After 2009's disastrous Graffiti, Chris Brown's post-Rihanna career gets a proper launch with F.A.M.E. This is almost entirely due to megahit "Deuces," a sinuously addictive kiss-off. Another hit, "Look At Me Now," adds to Brown's new image as a hardened player who abandons fickle and unfaithful women with ease. But other tracks like "Should've Kissed You" resurrect his origins as a lovelorn teen, and he dives headfirst into the electronic/R&B craze on "Yeah 3x" and "Beautiful People" (with Benny Benassi). What does Chris Brown want to be? F.A.M.E. sees him cautiously trying to figure that out.