Thanks to the millions of albums he has sold nationwide, Chris Brown was afforded the opportunity to start his own record label. Obviously a smart businessman, the Virginia native created CBE Records and brokered a distribution deal through Interscope. This winter, the label will send its first hitter up to bat, 13 year-old rapper, writer and dancer Scooter Smiff. A Baltimore native, Smiff is no stranger to the limelight; at the ripe young age of five, he performed on the famed Showtime at the Apollo. On his debut single, Head of My Class, which doubles as the title of his forthcoming debut album, Smiff teams up with label boss Brown and producer Polow Da Don to create a teen-geared, club-ready banger. On Monday, the young man premiered his first-ever music video on BET’s Access Granted; just imagine what will happen if he also sells millions of albums.