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Music Review: Chris Brown – F.A.M.E.

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Chris Brown is back with brand new album called, F.A.M.E.

Released on March 22nd, the album includes the smash hits “Deuces” featuring Tyga and Kevin McCall, “No BS,” and “Look At Me Now” featuring Lil Wayne and Busta Rhymes.

It been over two years since Brown was charged with felony assault and making criminal threats against his then girlfriend Rihanna. Brown says F.A.M.E. stands for Forgiving All My Enemies or Fans Are My Everything. For Brown fans this is the album they have been waiting for upbeat songs and smooth ballads.

“Paper, Scissors, Rock” is produced by Timberland and features upcoming rapper Big Sean. It is a great hip-hop song and a good song to dance to.

Brown teams up with heartthrob Singer Justin Bieber on a song called “Next 2 You.” This is great love song and the lyrics are powerful. However, Justin Bieber is too young to experience the kind of love that is describe in the song. Usher or Trey Songz would have a been good choice for this song.

The album features The Game, Wiz Khalifa, and Ludacris. F.A.M.E. sold over 200,000 copies during it first week. This is a lot better then last album Graffiti which debuted #55 on the Billboard.

F.A.M.E. has put Chris Brown back on top of charts and revive his career.

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About Johnetta-Dillard

  • shell517nj

    Go Breezzzzzy!

  • Amy

    Actually F.A.M.E. sold over 273,000 copies the first week and that was domestic sales only…..

    Personally,I don’t ever read reviews because I don’t know the agenda and obviously from this article,The author wanted to take another chance to remind people that Chris had a fight with his VERY VIOLENT ex.

    I would love to see a review of Charlie Sheens comic act and that would also include his VERY LONG history of beating MULTIPLE WOMEN,somehow I doubt his past will be highligted….Bummer

  • Johnetta-Dillard

    I was trying to remind people to judge Chris Brown as artist not by his personal life.

  • Johnetta-Dillard

    Thank you. People should be more concern his music then his personal life.