By Jay Mack
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
Over the past five years, Chris Brown has posted a continuous flow of hit records. This period of time has seen Chris Brown embrace rapping, as he embraced his bad boy persona. In late 2010, Chris Brown scored his first hit.
Starting with “Deuces,” Chris Brown topped Billboard and helped re-ignite Tyga’s career. He also had “No BS,” “Look At Me Now” with Busta Rhymes and Lil Wayne, “She Ain’t You,” “Strip,” “Till I Die” with Wiz Khalifa and Big Sean, and many more. Indeed a good run.
In more recent years, Chris Brown added “Fine China,” “Love More” with Nicki Minaj, “Loyal,” “New Flame” with Usher and Rick Ross, “Ayo,” “Zero,” and “Back To Sleep.” Definitely, Chris Brown overcame a lot and his documentary trailer highlights this, prompting mainstream media to accuse him of wanting people to feel bad for him, leading to his response.
See Chris Brown’s Instagram post below: