Chris Brown Plans 2 New Albums for 2011
Chris Brown has lofty plans for 2011. With his fourth album 'F.A.M.E.' dropping next Tuesday (Mar. 22), the 'No B.S.' singer has revealed that he plans to put out two new studio LPs this year after having recorded more than 400 songs for his upcoming fourth album. His next offering is allegedly due in six months.
"[This] is the first part of the 'F.A.M.E.' album," he told guests at a listening party for 'F.A.M.E.' last night in Los Angeles. "I'm coming out with another album six months later."
'F.A.M.E.' was originally conceived as a two-disc album, which Brown announced to his fans via Twitter. The second disc of the LP -- whose title stands for 'Forgiving All My Enemies' -- was supposed to be called 'Fortune,' though it is currently unknown if the album will still bear that moniker.
Brown is currently on the comeback trail two years after his widely publicized domestic violence encounter with ex-girlfriend Rihanna, following shortly after with the release of 2009's 'Graffiti.' The album was a disappointment given his track record, but the 21-year-old slowly came back into the public's graces after releasing several free mixtapes including 'In My Zone,' its sequel and his 'Fan of a Fan' collaboration with Tyga. The latter mixtape earned him the No. 1 hit 'Deuces,' which remained atop the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart for seven non-consecutive weeks.
Watch Chris Brown's 'Deuces' feat. Tyga