Chris Brown has announced that he will be releasing his 10th studio album, Breezy, in less than a week.
The long-awaited project took more than three years to build and resulted in hundreds of songs. In an interview with Big Boy for BigBoyTV, Chris revealed that he recorded 250 tracks before reducing it to 23 for the final track list.
“I have a lot of songs. I think I had almost 250 songs for this actual project,” he said.Yes, we have to scale down and figure out what to do.'”
He described the process of elimination. “Most of the songs come on the same frequency. It’s like a show. You got the beginning, the climax, and then the end.” “But I still want to give my listeners at least two or three, and I don’t want to release an entire album where every song sounds the same.”
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At the same time he began releasing Breezy, he released his latest album, Indigo in 2019, which included 32 tracks and 42 tracks in the extended version.
Chris Brown is known for his prolific debut. While promoting his 2017 album Heartbreak on a Full Moon, he revealed that he had 800 songs in the vault. “Just on my phone, right now, I have about 800 songs that no one has ever heard,” he said of “Ebro in the Morning.” “It’s not bragging. Just my work ethic just allows me to stay creative.”
Breezy falls on June 24 with appearances by Jack Harlow, Anderson. Paak, Tory Lanez, H.E.R., Blxst, Fivio Foreign, and Lil Wayne, who gave Chris “one of the hardest verses.”
“The traits I have are people I have a natural, real relationship with, and people I feel are very capable,” she said.
On Friday, Wizkid dropped his collaboration “Call Me Every Day”. “I’ve had friends for more than 15 years,” he said of the Nigerian star. “This time we broke a real, real record.”
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