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Chris Brown started work on Graffiti in 2008, but the album’s course changed — along with everything else in his life — in February 2009, when Brown’s physical attack on Rihanna ignited a media firestorm that threatened to derail his career. The excellent “I Can Transform Ya,” “What I Do” and “Wait” exemplify Brown’s talent for futuristic, club-oriented R&B, and show what the album would have looked like had the Rihanna incident never happened. Regardless, the most crucial songs on Graffiti are those that address the assault. In “Crawl,” “So Cold,” “Famous Girl” and “Fallin’ Down” Brown speaks directly to Rihanna, and to his credit, he manages to express anguish, regret, and affection in a way that he hadn’t been able to in interviews. The closing song, “Gotta Be Ur Man,” is overbearing and desperate, and Graffiti is better ended with “I’ll Go,” which strikes the proper tone of acceptance and love: “If I don't come back, girl your love was worth it, that's the one thing I know / And if I don't make it back, girl remember that I said I'd go.”

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Love it!

Great comeback for him. He has grown so much and it shows in his music. He's here to make his mark against all odds. Not disappointing at all.

should i be surprised..

i dont know whether or not i should be surprised or not about 1) how amazing this album is or 2) how itunes probably isnt going to advertise this because of the drama. but i have to say, this album is HIGHLY recommended for any R&B / Pop music listener. breezy hit up a lot of great producers for this too. i really think this might be his best album yet imo believe it or not. and itunes, if you dont advertise this album i will be really disappointed and kind of turned off.. snoop dogg is a rollin 20's crip, and the game is a mob piru blood.. so u kno the conflict between the bloods and crips? yea well the game and snoop both SET THAT CONFLICT ASIDE when it comes to making music, because its what they love most. so itunes, set the drama and conflict aside and please advertise this album and chris brown because he is a very talented musician who truly deserves some credit for this well done project.
im not even a die hard chris breezy fan either, im just sayin..
and btw one of my favorite tracks is famous girl! sparks of the late mj on that one imo

Welcome Back Chris Brown

Chris Brown is back and this is a great comeback album!!!


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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