May 28th, 2012
02:11 PM ET
Bobby Brown showed some patriotic spirit at a Memorial Day performance Monday morning for the "Today" show in New York City.
The 43-year-old singer, who is currently promoting his new album, "The Masterpiece," dedicated one of his most popular songs, “Every Little Step," to U.S. troops, some of whom were in the crowd.
Brown could be seen working hard to nail the corresponding dance moves to the ’89 hit, performing in his second show in two days.
He was reportedly coming from another Memorial Day concert that he and his group, New Edition, gave Sunday in Atlantic City.
The singer has also responded to questions about his recent single, “Don’t Let Me Die,” and whether or not it was a nod to his deceased ex-wife Whitney Houston.
“No,” he told “Access Hollywood.” “That song was written over seven to eight months, before her passing. The song is actually just about any type of relationship you get into where you never want to see that person that you care for ever leave you. Like, the line ‘Don’t let me die’ is ‘Don’t leave me alone,’ because I’m afraid to live without that person."
“The Masterpiece” drops on June 5.
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