Chris Brown to Drop Two Singles From ‘Fortune’ Album
Undoubtedly, 2011 was a big year for Chris Brown with his fourth album 'F.A.M.E.' being such an enormous hit with his fans. To keep the momentum going, the R&B crooner plans to drop his follow-up album, 'Fortune,' by the end of the year. Even better, the 'No BS' singer recently announced on his Twitter page that he will drop two songs from the forthcoming collection.
Breezy picked the bouncy club track 'Strip' (from his 'Boy in Detention' mixtape) and 'Biggest Fan' to be his kick-off singles from the 'Fortune' LP. "STRIP is one of the singles off of FORTUNE so request [it] at RADIO!" he tweeted to his followers. He later added: "I'm also really excited about the release of my single titled "BIGGEST FAN" produced by the RUNNERS!"
According to Brown, the songs are being mixed and will hit radio very shortly. Meanwhile, his musical partner Kevin McCall says the album is already in the can. "The album’s done and it’s great," he tells Rap-Up. "I like it better than 'F.A.M.E.' personally."
Among the bevy of projects that Brown is currently working on include his next feature film, 'Planet B-Boy,' about the world of b-boys and breakdancers, which is adapted from the 2007 award-winning documentary of the same name.
Look at him now … He's getting paper.
Listen to Chris Brown, 'Strip' Feat. Kevin McCall