A promotional video in advance of Chris Brown’s forthcoming third studio album “Graffiti” has emerged. It features the R&B performer sitting on the couch, watching a huge screen flashing montage of his journey in music.
“I started when I was 15. So far my life has been like a roller coaster. They say what doesn’t break you only makes you stronger,” he says on the video. “Now I have to do it all over again … But this time we’re gonna do it the right way.”
Led by Lil Wayne and Swizz Beatz-featuring track “I Can Transform Ya”, “Graffiti” is going to be made available for purchase across United States on December 8. Earlier this week, the album hit the web.
In one of the songs, Chris narrates about an ex-girlfriend who is strongly believed as Rihanna. “Drake would say that you’re the best he ever had / Rumours come and go… / Everywhere you go it follows / Can’t understand I still love you,” he sings. “Sorry Bey I don’t wear no Halo / You were first to play the game though / Sorry I bust the windows out ya car / I might have cheated in the beginning / I was wrong for writing Disturbia.” Ace show Biz