By Kathy Iandoli
Nude photos and album leaks won’t stop Chris Brown.
As F.A.M.E. drops in exactly one week (March 22nd), the singer will be delivering another album after that. AOL’s The Boombox reports that last night (March 21st) at a F.A.M.E. listening session in Los Angeles, Brown revealed he recorded over 400 tracks for his fourth album (F.A.M.E.). With that many songs in the pot, another album is inevitable.
The artist told his fans over Twitter that F.A.M.E. (Forgiving All My Enemies) was supposed to include a second disc called Fortune. That never came to fruition. However, Fortune may or may not be the title of the next LP and carry the same tracks as the original second disc lineup intended. As of right now, this next album plans to arrive within six months and no tentative title has been named.
Brown’s music has been everything but the topic of conversation.
Nude photos of Brown and further evidence of his altercation with ex-girlfriend Rihanna from 2009 became a focal point recently once again. Couple that with Brown’s Twitter outbursts and F.A.M.E. leaking prematurely, Brown could stand to deliver some good news. A new album is always a good thing for the fans.
What the controversial singer plans to do with the remaining recorded tracks after his second album is a mystery for now. However, Brown’s mixtape releases in recent years have proven to be excellent fodder for his fanbase.
His No. 1 single, “Deuces” was born from his collaborative mixtape Fan of a Fan with Young Money’s Tyga and later evolved into a star-studded remix with Drake, T.I., Kanye West, Fabolous, and Andre3000.
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