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Graffiti

by Chris Brown

Graffiti by Chris Brown

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Graffiti

by Chris Brown

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Label: Jive
For the most part, legally embroiled singer Chris Brown ignores the brouhaha kicked up by his multiple assault charges, with the exception of second single "Crawl," where he not only appears to be seeking redemption in the public eye, but, judging from the soaring chorus, is looking to crossover into the country/pop world. While he's still most comfortable with hip-hop balladry, it's the electro funk beats on "Wait" and "I.Y.A.," the spluttering Lil Wayne cameo of "I Can Transform Ya," and the straight up weirdness of "Pass Out" that point to an interesting future for the maturing crooner.

About This Album

For the most part, legally embroiled singer Chris Brown ignores the brouhaha kicked up by his multiple assault charges, with the exception of second single "Crawl," where he not only appears to be seeking redemption in the public eye, but, judging from the soaring chorus, is looking to crossover into the country/pop world. While he's still most comfortable with hip-hop balladry, it's the electro funk beats on "Wait" and "I.Y.A.," the spluttering Lil Wayne cameo of "I Can Transform Ya," and the straight up weirdness of "Pass Out" that point to an interesting future for the maturing crooner.

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About This Album

For the most part, legally embroiled singer Chris Brown ignores the brouhaha kicked up by his multiple assault charges, with the exception of second single "Crawl," where he not only appears to be seeking redemption in the public eye, but, judging from the soaring chorus, is looking to crossover into the country/pop world. While he's still most comfortable with hip-hop balladry, it's the electro funk beats on "Wait" and "I.Y.A.," the spluttering Lil Wayne cameo of "I Can Transform Ya," and the straight up weirdness of "Pass Out" that point to an interesting future for the maturing crooner.