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Chris Brown ‘Turn Up the Music’: Singer Drops a House Track

Mindy Small, FilmMagic

Chris Brown‘s ‘Fortune’ album is on its way and to prep listeners for the forthcoming release, the Virginia native has debuted a new song, ‘Turn Up the Music,’ which is nestled in an uptempo beat that could have easily been produced by the likes of Afrojack or David Guetta.

The dance-inspired track will undeniably move partygoers to showcase their best moves as the 22-year-old R&B singer encourages a night of drinking, sexiness and music that is heard at ear-piercing levels.

“Turn up the music, can I hear it ’til the speakers blow/ Turn up the music, fill your cup and drink it down,” Brown urges over the bouncy house track.

‘Fortune,’ the entertainer’s fifth studio album, is set for a spring debut. He previously released the Kevin McCall-assisted track, ‘Strip,’ off the project. His last album, 2010′s ‘F.A.M.E.’ is up for a Grammy nomination at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards, which air Feb. 12. Brown is competing for a trophy in the Best R&B Album category, as well as Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song for ‘Look at Me Now’ featuring Lil Wayne and Busta Rhymes.

 

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