Chris Brown Unveils ‘F.A.M.E.’ Cover Art

R&B crooner Chris Brown is on the comeback trail and the embattled singer is now hard at work to both rebuff his image and also preparing a release for his latest studio album F.A.M.E.

C. Breezy commissioned artist Ron English to design the cover of his upcoming fourth studio album set for a March 22 release. English, a known graffiti and pop artist who has designed covers for some known rock acts, used a multitude of colors in the drawing depicting the somber singer in a large portrait of Brown in the center of the painting. Several smaller images of the maligned star adorn the background, showing the Virginia native in various stone faced poses and some words which could be thinly veiled barbs at his detractors that spell out the phrase “Forgiving All My Enemies” which make up the acronym for the album.

Chris Brown’s comeback has taken a strong upswing of late with the singer’s recent appearance on the late night comedy television program Saturday Night Live. Brown performed the high energy hit “Yeah 3X” and followed up the second portion of his appearance with the seductive ballad “No BS.” The Grammy-nominated 21-year old was also a three-time loser at this past Sunday’s Grammy Awards show and the singer reacted harshly towards Grammy voters while making sure to shout out his fans and supporters.

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