Chris Brown moves forward with a new album
Chris Brown’s new album, F.A.M.E., was released on Mar. 21.
Brown dedicated the album to his fans, saying that the name has two meanings: Fans Are My Everything and Forgiving All My Enemies.
This was the most anticipated release from 22-year-old R&B artist Brown since his 2007 album Exclusive.
F.A.M.E. sold 27,000 copies in its first seven days. This is Brown’s first album to make #1 on the Billboard charts; as of early May, it had fallen to sixth place.
Brown appreciates his fans for sticking with him through the hard times. To show his appreciation, he makes songs that he feels they would like to hear.
“I think his new album ‘slap,’” said junior Eric Johnson.
The album has a lot of music with good beats that any music fan will like to hear.
Some of the hit songs on the new album are “Deuces” and “No Bullshit.”
These songs were two huge smashes in 2010, and put Brown at the top of the Billboard Charts.
The album features a diverse group of artists such as Lil Wayne, Busta Rhymes, Justin Bieber, Ludacris, Wiz Khalifa, Game, Big Sean, Tyga and more.
When Brown came out with hit song “Look At Me Now,” it showed why he deserved to be back in the game.
I rate the album an A-, because even after losing public approval for his past domestic violence, Brown has gained back his fans plus plenty of new ones with this album. F.A.M.E. is a strong album musically and strengthens Brown’s image.