Chris Brown Debuts New Song
The countdown has begun. Two weeks before Breezy’s departure, Chris Brown released a brand new song from his 10th studio album called “Wheels Fall Off“.
The R&B superstar performed the track for the first time for the 4ShootersOnly music platform. When he just places a microphone in his backyard, he lights a joint and offers some heavy rods.
“It’s summer time, but it feels cold,” he sings. “I’m just trying to get through the day / I’m not thinking about tomorrow.”
He also shares his support for Gunna and Young Thug, who are behind bars on racketeering charges. “Free Wunna and Balchik / Fighting for our lives while our incarceration pays off.”
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The father of three continues to share his feelings for an unnamed woman (“Why won’t the bitch I really love accept my lover?”) and declares his legendary status (“I’m a living legend / I’m saying it until it’s time to go”).
“‘Until the wheels fall, we’re going to ride,'” Chris says.
“Wheels Fall Off” is the first track in Breezy, according to a track listing he announced earlier this week. Chris’ first album in three years is expected to include collaborations with Lil Wayne, Jack Harlow, Anderson. Paak, Tory Lanez, Wizkid, H.E.R. and more.
After Breezy’s fall on June 24, Chris will set off with Lil Baby on his “One of Them Ones” tour, which kicks off on July 15 in Raleigh, North Carolina.
The Game Reveals Chris Brown And Chlöe Bailey Collaboration
The stars are aligned for Drillmatic. In an interview with Mike Tyson’s “Hotboxin’” podcast, The Game revealed that their new album will feature collaborations with Chris Brown and Chlöe Bailey. The untitled track samples Janet Jackson’s Velvet Rope single “Got ’til It’s Gone”.
“I had a record today with Chris Brown and Chlöe Bailey, which is drugs,” he told Tyson. “We literally did that today, and that was the last song on the album.”
Game and Chris are no strangers to collaborating, working together on tracks like “Celebration” and “Pot of Gold.”
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