Chris Brown has a message for his critics.
The singer, who’s known for his genre-crossing hits in pop, hip-hop, and R&B, has some fans worried that he’s abandoning his roots. Upon hearing the criticism, Chris responded to the suggestion that he no longer makes R&B music.
“Heard someone say Chris don’t do R&B NO MORE,” he wrote on his Instagram Story.
However, Chris is about to prove his critics wrong. “ok…… We will see,” he teased.
— Chris Brown Live (@cblivee) February 8, 2022
Based on his post, it appears that his upcoming 10th studio album Breezy will satisfy his R&B fans. Last month, Chris dropped the project’s first single “Iffy.”
Breezy, the follow-up to 2019’s Indigo, will contain 16 tracks, like Chris’ 2005 self-titled debut. “The amount of songs on this one will be the same amount of songs as my first album. KEEP IT CLASSIC… Chris Brown to BREEZY!” he told fans.
If there’s any doubt that he’s abandoned R&B, fans need only to look to his recent collaborations with Gunna and Mario. He is also reportedly featured on Aaliyah’s upcoming album Unstoppable.