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Vocalist and celebrity Chris Brown follows 2011's F.A.M.E. with Fortune. He brings a refocused dance-floor finesse to this album, adding techno-inspired intensity to songs like "Turn Up the Music" and "Don't Wake Me Up," as well as a serious dubstep heaviness to tracks like "Bassline." This direction works well for Brown, as he's got the right melismatic tone to float above these DJ-friendly cuts. The R&B swagger of his earlier records comes through on the hip-hop–inflected "Till I Die" and the slinky "2012."

Customer Reviews

Breezy is BACK!!!!!!

Awesome album. One of the best artists of this generation!

Only Six

Out of 19 songs, only 6 are good...(MY OPINION) so chill all you Chris brown die hard fans.


After months of delays and anticipation, Chris Brown's highly anticipated 5th studio album and follow up to the Grammy award winning F.A.M.E. has finally arrived. Fortune's release is just after Brown's two biggest rivals, Usher and R. Kelly, dropped albums of their own, both receiving praise from critics. With all this said, Fortune gives Brown a chance to establish himself as the King of R&B and even the next Michael Jackson. Unfortunately, Fortune fails to do this.

Turn Up the Music - The first single from the album is well produced and is a great club banger. Brown's vocals are great and the song brings great energy and anticipation to the album. 9/10

Bassline - Wow. After an exciting intro, you get this stupid song about how girls like Brown's "bassline". It is a huge miss and seems like something you would throw into a mixtape, not a studio album. 1/10

Till I Die - Despite cameo's from two of rap's newest stars, Big Sean and Wiz Khalifa, this song is another huge disappointment. Their raps are mediocre and the production is bad. I have respect for all three, but this song really falls flat and is a shell of what it could have been (the next "Look at Me Now") 4/10

Mirage - Brown's vocals are good and the production is much better than the previous songs. However, the song itself is not outstanding. However Nas, one of the greatest Hip-Hop artists ever, throws down a great verse and saves the song. 7.5/10

Don't Judge Me - A slow ballad that Brown really excels at. It is reminiscent of Justin Bieber or Drake songs, however is much more polished. You can hear grief and regret in Brown's voice as he tries to get a girl to,well, not judge him. The production is very good and overall the song is a highlight on this album. 7.5/10

2012 - This song is a slow sex ballad, one which Brown also excels. Very similar to FAME's "No BS". 8/10

Biggest Fan - Another great song that fits well with the previous two and is very similar. Brown's vocals are very good and the production is great. Reminds me of "No BS" as well as "Superstar" by Usher. 9/10

Sweet Love - This song had a lot of potential, but the production completely kills the song. While it should have a slow and fluid flow, it does the exact opposite. This could have been the highlight of the album, but this production was just terrible and is a huge disappointment. 5/10

Strip - Although a little short and unpolished, Strip is a solid song. It's more fun than anything and the hook can be a little infectious. The production is also good and even Kevin McCall's rap isn't that bad. 7/10

Stuck on Stupid - An uptempo ballad that proves to another highlight of the album. The production is very good and Brown's vocals are very good. 9/10

4 Years Old - Another very good slow ballad. Brown's vocals are at their best and the production is also very good. In my opinion it is the best song on the album. 9/10

Party Hard / Cadillac (Interlude) - More great vocals and production. The Cadillac part features vocals by Sevyn, which really bring new life into the album. 8/10

Don't Wake Me Up - Despite annoying use of auto-tune, this song is still pretty good. The production is very good on this track, even though the song seems a little basic and incomplete. Similar to, but not as good as, Usher's song "Euphoria". 8.5/10

Trumpet Lights - The final song pretty much sums the album up: a combination of good vocals,solid production, and ultimately not memorable. I'm surprised this song made the final cut on the album, since it does not really fit with the rest of the album and the hook is pretty stupid. Not the finale I expected from such a talented artist. 2.5/10

Ultimately, Fortune is a huge disappointment and is nowhere near the level of Usher and Kelly's recent releases. I recommend that you NOT buy this album unless you are a huge Chris Brown fan. We can officially say that Brown is not the next Michael Jackson or King of R&B.


Born: May 5, 1989 in Tappahannock, VA

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '00s, '10s

In November 2005, Chris Brown's Scott Storch-produced "Run It!" -- a rewrite of Usher's "Yeah!" -- topped the Billboard Hot 100, making the 16-year-old singer the first male artist in over a decade to achieve the feat with a debut single. While there was nowhere to go but down, at least in terms of chart positions, the pop-oriented R&B vocalist was only getting started. By the end of the decade, he was one of the biggest active pop stars, with a clutch of Top Ten singles and platinum albums to his...
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