Bobby Brown warns haters to 'Get Out the Way' in his new single, which lets the world know that this former New Edition member is headed back to the top as the "next best thing."

'Get Out the Way' has a modern backbeat with a very '90s sound, but that's not too shocking. The Grammy-winner's last studio album, 'Forever,' was released in 1997. In any case, it's catchy and confident, which are the key components to success in any game.

By the sound of it, it seems Brown may have had trouble with some back stabbers in his past, as noted in this line:

"The very same people who built you up / Are the same ones right there to take you down / Hey, what you gonna say when they move to the next best thing?"

But in the next verse, B.B. lets everyone know that he doesn't care about the whispers of the trash talkers -- that he's here to stay:

"Now you're noticing everything is changing / Nobody's acting like you matter no more / The trend is over
I'm memorizing, never fading, not trippin' on what they're saying / No, 'cause that s--- don't bother me, no"

'Get Out Way' is positive, fun and has our head bobbing to the beat. What do you think of Brown's comeback attempt?

Listen to Bobby Brown, 'Get Out the Way'