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  • I would rate and recommend this album as his 2nd best, beaten by “Exclusive”

    • by Yesaya Jnr Nkhwazi

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      Chris Brown’s fourth album “F.A.M.E.”; the title is an acronym which stands for: “Forgiving All My Enemies” or “Fans Are My Everything”. This was a better attempt at an album since his not-so-favorable previous album “Graffiti”.

      This album kicks off with the song “Deuces” which was originally from Chris Brown’s collaboration mixtape with rapper Tyga, titled “Fan of a Fan”. The song features Tyga and rapper/producer Kevin McCall, this single drove attention back to our “Prince of Pop” Chris Brown after almost being

      blacklisted from the industry because of his incident with singer Rihanna.

      Chris Brown takes a twist in delivery on this album, it’s not filled with soppy sorry songs about his ex, but more back on track with the regular topics of conversations in commercial R&B; the usual finding love and losing love. His edge on this is the rap element that was added to his repertoire after working on the mixtape “Fan of a Fan” with rapper Tyga.

      You hear Chris Brown rapping on songs with renowned rappers Busta Rhymes and Lil Wayne, but Chris Brown is almost at par with these rappers on this song if you compare the lyrics on a bar for bar kind of ratio. Other songs with similar kind of attitude include: “Deuces” and “Paper, Scissors, Rock” featuring Timbaland and at the time, upcoming rapper Big Sean; though most of these songs sound as if they were directed to his ex, Rihanna.

      On the other hand, we see Chris Brown take on ...

      Euro Pop songs and really execute them well with his smooth R&B vocals. Songs like “Beautiful People”, “Yeah x3” and “Next To You” featuring Justin Beiber really open up the floor on this album, giving you more than what was expected.

      He also executes the genuine R&B songs really well, songs like “No BS”, “Beg For It” and “Wet The Bed” with the rap feature of all time Ludacris. It really gives you a run for your money, because of the various styles

      of songs – it keeps your ear locked into the album from start to finish.

      I would rate and recommend this album as his 2nd best, beaten by “Exclusive”. But it keeps up with the current trend of dance music, the new trend of rap, and his well perfected voice on R&B. An album that is worth every penny that will keep your ears glued for at least… a week – because it’s bubblegum music; so don’t expect to be glued for months.

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