Chris Brown‘s newest single may be christened ‘Undecided,’ but his longtime record label are more than sure of the potency of their partnership with the star.
For, they’ve re-upped with the singer in a major way.
In a statement trumpeting the release of his latest track, it was revealed that Brown has re-signed with RCA Records.
Billed as a new “license agreement,” the fresh deal sees the 29-year-old singer become one of the youngest recording artists to ever own any of his master recordings.
Seemingly all-encompassing, the agreement will see Brown and RCA team up on music, content and much more.
Additional details weren’t made immediately available, but it has been confirmed that ‘Indigo’ – Brown’s 9th studio album – will be the first fruit of the deal.
Say what folk will about Chris, but there’s no denying his power and potential as an artist and performer.
He’s had the success many dream of, but we’ve long been of the stance that he’s only scratched the surface of what he’s truly capable of.
As such, we’re excited about what the RCA re-up will mean for the next chapter of his unique career.