Chris Brown is hyping his new album on the ’Net with a video message to all his “real fans.”
The singer admitted that he’s not exactly familiar with these types of videos. "I don’t do all this talking on the thing, this is just some new stuff I’m doing," he said.
The video was only about 40 seconds long, but Chris still did enough talking to promote his forthcoming album, Graffiti.
“Y’all be ready for that. I’m about to drop a single this summer for y’all,” he said.
Breezy promised that the album will have a little bit of everything, and that might include a little country swag. There have been reports that he’s teaming up with country singer Carrie Underwood for a song called “Trapped in a Dream.”
This would be his second track with an “American Idol” winner. We know y’all still play “No Air.”
Chris also took the time to assure fans that the controversy surrounding his alleged fight with Rihanna hasn’t taken him out of the music game.
“We ain’t going nowhere. Everybody that’s haters, they just been haters. All my real fans, I love you. I ain’t a monster,” Chris said before he exited screen left.
MTV News reports that the video was shot at Shaquille O’Neal’s house. In case you’re wondering: Yes, that’s Bow Wow in the background.
– Sonya Eskridge