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Chris Brown Releases “X-Files” EP, Five New Songs Today

Posted by Jessica Gold on 11/19 at 06:44 PM

Chris Brown’s sixth studio album, X was set to release on Tuesday, November 19, after being pushed back from its original July 16 release date. However, his fans will have to wait until Tuesday, December 3 now. It has been about a year and a half since Brown released his last album Fortune which debuted #1 on the Billboard 200. Since the album has been delayed twice, Brown promised his fans via Twitter that he will release five new songs on November 19, TODAY. It has been released in the form of the EP X-Files.

Although Brown has been in the media for his less than perfect behavior since his violent incident with Rihanna in 2009, he continues to give his fans great music. That’s certainly the case with X-Files. Check out the five new songs from CB today, featuring guest artists Busta Rhymes, Ludacris, and more:

When X is finally release, it will include singles, “Fine China,” “Don’t Think They Know” featuring the late R&B songstress Aaliyah, and his newest club banger, “Love More” featuring Nicki Minaj. According to MTV U.K., Brown tweeted on October 15 that this might be his last album because he is tired of being famous for a mistake he made when he was 18-years-old. Clearly, he’s referring to the incident with Rihanna.

Check out the video for “Love More” below:

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Bio: Jessica Gold is a senior at the Pennsylvania State University. She is majoring in Print Journalism with double minors in African-American Studies and Sociology. Gold has a love for fashion, style and culture, and plans to work her way through the magazine industry after graduation. Her dream job is to become a writer/editor for Essence, but her ultimate goal is to create her own publication that incorporates multiculturalism in various arenas. She has hopes of achieving this by the time she is 30.


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