Chris Brown

Even with the various numbers of personal problems that Chris Brown may have struggled in the past, he won’t give up his hopes on his upcoming album. He recently announced that the title of the album would be called “F.A.M.E” on radio station KPEZ in Austin, Texas.

The title, which stands for “Forgiving All My Enemies” was given a release sometime next year. The follow-up to his last effort “Graffiti,” Brown said that it would feature many collaborations, including Drake. To promote his next album, Brown got a tattoo of the title in his arm in mid-September. He also announced two singles that will come out of F.A.M.E. One will be “Yeah 3x,” which Chris said was a fun dance-type track and many people have said it to be the little sister of “Forever,” a huge Brown hit. The second one will be called “Calypso,” which Chris announced on Twitter as a song “the ladies have been missing from me.”

Chris Brown’s latest released track was a remix of Nicki Minaj’s single “Your Love,” which the singer posted on Twitter and told fans that something special will be headed their way. In the meantime, “Deuces” is still doing well on the charts… and on TRACE TV!

Written by Mufsin Mahbub

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