Chris Brown Incorporating Dubstep Into ‘Fortune’ Album
Chris Brown is hard at work on his forthcoming album, 'Fortune,' and now the singer is dishing on what's in store, including finding inspiration in dubstep.
On Jan. 7, Breezy was taking time out of his busy schedule for a photo shoot for his 'F.A.M.E.' follow-up, and just one day later, he wrote: "LAST TWO WEEKS of me finishing FORTUNE! I’m excited for all the fans to hear my real music."
According to Just Jared, Brown also added, "Dub step records on my album sounding crazy!!!!" but the R&B star has since deleted the post. Perhaps he regretted revealing too much?
Over the past couple of months, the 22-year-old has released several songs -- including 'Strip' and 'Mona Lisa,' along with collaborations like 'Another Round' with Fat Joe and 'International Love' with Pitbull.
Brown is set to release 'Fortune' this spring. Until then, the star will be working on his role in the upcoming breakdancing film 'Planet B-Boy.' If they're lucky, fans may be able to catch the singer at the Grammys. Not only is the star nominated for three awards this year, but he's also rumored to be a performer.