Let us take a moment to log off from TMZ and your favorite blogs and remove the negative thoughts you have regarding Chris Brown and focus on the fact that he actually has a catalog that can take you from the streets to the sheets. Since 2005, the singer has given music lovers consistent hits and been involved in some of the best collaborations for the new generation. With a sold out tour and a new album on the way, we wanted to take a minute to revisit some of our favorites from the artist.
Ya Man Ain’t Me (Chris Brown – 2005)
A young Chris Brown knocked out his competition on his debut album with a lyrical love letter where he let his interest know that he was definitely the only man she needed in her life.
Winner (Chris Brown – 2005)
Whereas most young male singers take the time to brag on and sale themselves to get the young ladies, Chris took a moment to let the young lady know that she was the one that that was winning his heart.
You (Exclusive – 2007)
One of the highlights from his sophomore album, Breezy teamed up with The Dream for one of the best apologies of his career! It’s a classic story of how he messed up a relationship with an addictive hook and smooth vibe.
Lottery (Exclusive – 2007)
Everyone has had that moment where they feel like they’ve missed their chance to get to know THAT person! Chris Brown was not about to let this very moment be one of those moments. Can he get your number girl?
Fallin Down (Graffiti – 2009)
Chris Brown dropped his third album during a time where the entire world seemed to be against him because of his very public legal issues. Fallin Down is one of the most honest, raw and vulnerable tracks of his career. It felt personal because it was personal! Definitely one of the best records he has ever created.
Wet The Bed (F.A.M.E. – 2011)
As Chris moved more into his adulthood, his songs became less about kiddy love and more about what a grown man gone do to you. In 2011, Chris dropped this very seductive track. Nice, new and edgy and just nasty enough to be pleasurable.
Don’t Judge Me (Fortune – 2012)
More judgement and more open moments from the artist surfaced around the time this track dropped. It helped listeners to understand that he really wanted more in life but with the dark clouds hanging over his head, he feared he may not get it.
New Flame (X – 2014)
This track may have been THE if not one of the best collaborations of 2014! Not only did Chris Brown shine, but he helped Veteran R&B singer, Usher gain some traction in the slump he was currently in and helped remind the world the greatness both of them possessed.
Do Better (X – 2014)
Chris Brown once again teamed up with Brandy for a duet where they analyzed behaviors and patterns that need to be examined in the relationship.
Back To Sleep (Royalty – 2015)
Gotta love when Chris goes strictly R&B and dare we say… adult? It’s always fun listening to a X Rated Chris. His transition into grown up themed records never seemed forced and they seem to come so easy to him. Always pleasurable to the ear.
We really want Chris to live up to his reality and potential because he is definitely a star and his music lives. But with the headlines constantly distracting listeners, it’s hard to get people to embrace the gems he drops sometimes. What are some of your favorite Chris Brown records?
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