In what is becoming somewhat of a trend for him, Chris Brown has announced that he plans to release another album this year. This despite ‘F.A.M.E’, his hotly anticipated ‘comeback’ effort, still being a week away fro release.
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Via Neon Limelight:
At an exclusive F.A.M.E. album listening party held in Los Angeles last night, Breezy announced plans for a second album to hit stores later this year. “That is the first part of the F.A.M.E album,” Brown told the crowd, which consisted mostly of Team Breezy street team members, after playing the album. “I’m coming out with another album six months later.”
With “over 400 songs” recorded for the new albums, Breezy revealed, he has more than enough new tracks to choose from for the set, tentatively titled Fortune.
Though, as a traditionalist, I’d much prefer Chris ‘work’ the ‘F.A.M.E’ album for the long haul, his still-unstable position in the industry is well-documented. Hence, ‘striking while the iron is hot’ may be the way forward for him for now. I mean it is hard to deny his logic when it’s been tried and tested with his numerous mixtape releases and features over the last few years. Sometimes ‘less is more’, yet it’s clear with Chris, the more he puts out there, the more of his fanbase he claims back. Therefore, I say bring on the new music. He’s too talented to be tainted with the mark of what happened; so however many releases it takes for the masses to ‘get’ that, I say so be it.