Chris Brown’s Exclusive

With the success of Chris Brown’s first album entitled, Chris Brown, the second was highly anticipated and was

On Tuesday November 6 2007, Target held an album release party, launching Chris Brown’s latest CD, Exclusive.  Held at Little West 12th’s Tenjune, the event was an extremely prominent event, exposing guests not only to Chris’s new music but also to general enjoyment.  The release party was truly a celebration. Exceedingly organized, attentive and catered, it was a huge success. Chris Brown celebrated along with family; close friends and music industry executives. Also celebrity guests such as Fonzworth Bentley, Tyrese, Funk Master Flex, Swiss Beats, JoJo Simmons, and many more were in attendance.

With the success of Chris Brown’s first album Chris Brown, the second was highly anticipated and was no disappointment. Full of club bangers and love songs along with smooth head-bopping beats, the album represents a significant sense of development in Mr. Brown as an artist vocally and lyrically, demonstrating progressive growth between both albums. His innovative dance moves and creative style of singing is unlike many others. Being the first solo artist to have a single move straight to the Billboard charts, he’s’ not only making a decent name for himself but he’s also beginning to pave the way for upcoming artists while inspiring and motivating others through his lyrics and style.

“Chris Breezy has a huge future ahead of him and it’s just a matter of time before his talent exceeds all expectations,” stated one fan.  Many individuals believe that he will take the king of R&B title that was neglected by Usher, but all in all he has his uniqueness, giving him his distinctiveness.  The kick off of Chris Brown’s album was a huge success.  With Exclusive  in stores now, he is on his way to much more.

Claressa Garcia is a Black Star News contributing writer and a member of Ryan Mack’s All About Business (AAB)

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