It's Paul Olarewaju's Blog Again!!!: Chris Brown Avoids Clash With Rihanna, Change "Royalty" Release Date


Wednesday, 25 November 2015

Chris Brown Avoids Clash With Rihanna, Change "Royalty" Release Date

Breezy has changed the release date of his seventh LP, Royalty to 18 December 2015, despite the record being previously slated for Black Friday November 27th.

Chris Brown will instead take pre-orders for Royalty on Black Friday, the same day Rihanna is expected to stream her new album Anti on Tidal for a week. Chris Brown and Rihanna will not go head-to-head with their new albums

While, Sharing details about his forthcoming release, Brown told Hot 97:

“I think I am [nervous].

“Every album and every time I put a new song out I’m nervous because it’s like a new start. Trying to prove myself again that I can make good music. [I have to prove] that I can consistently make good music. I give other rappers and other musicians inspiration because they have a goal to set.”

When asked if he feels he has to change the content of his often sexually-charged music now he has become a father, Brown explained:

“I don’t think so. For me, with my daughter… most of the records that I make that are sexual, that’s how my daughter was made.

“I wouldn’t change my whole regimen of how I move and act. I’ll do music that can appeal to all different ages and races. Some songs will be more conscious about love-making and other songs will be right to the nitty gritty and real dirty. I won’t change my style of music and how I am, I would just be a father in the same way.”

Breezy further stated: “I don’t depend on any other artist to make myself. With this album, I haven’t really asked too many people to work [with me]. This body of work had to really define me as a man and where I’m at in my life right now. That’s why I named it Royalty because that’s the biggest part of my life right now, my daughter.”

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