Following lackluster radio rotation of his latest songs, Chris Brown is turning to fans to help keep his music alive. In a last ditch attempt to revive his career, Chris is using SayNow.com, a website that allows people to record messages for others to hear, to urge fans to call in to radio stations and request his singles.
Since his physical altercation with ex-girlfriend Rihanna in February 2009, Chris’ career hasn’t quite bounced back. “A lot of radio stations aren’t playing records. They are not being that supportive and I wouldn’t expect them to,“ Chris explained in the recording. “It’s on the fans and what you guys do in your power to bring me back.”
Brown has taken a number of steps to redeem himself in the public eye and now it seems he feels he has done all he can. “I’m doing me as a person and I’m a better guy…It’s on ya’ll. My singing and my music I do it for you guys and everything else but it won’t be possible if I’m not relevant on the radio and it wouldn’t be possible for me to be an artist if I don’t have the support. I can’t be an underground mixtape artist. That’s where we are. I just want all my fans to help me,” Chris said.
Written by Shaira Brereton