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Highly regarded by many as this generation’s Michael Jackson, Chris Brown has without a doubt joined the ranks of many legends, like MJ, but for the “Iffy” singer, he personally admits that he could not do it better than the entertainer who has inspired what he does today, but there is also no one that is doing it like CB.
With an exclusive and personal invite to pull up to his crib, the L.A. Leakers Justin Credible and DJ Sourmilk sat with Brown to discuss everything about his forthcoming album ‘Breezy,’ fatherhood, what he’s learned along the way in his career, and some of his proudest moments.
Brown has been in the game for more than 15 years, and believe it or not, the super performer still hears “no” for ideas and projects that he wants to be a part of. Surprisingly, Brown admits that he feels overwhelmed by the number of opportunities that he doesn’t get to pursue because no one will support them or believe he can do it. As this has been a learning and growing process for Chris, he also tells the Leakers that he used to delete comments off of his social media account for nearly two years. A lot of Chris’ accomplishments can’t be looked over and for him to continue to run into obstacles at this stage in the game, really is an inspiration for those who are coming up because Chris has proved that everything is about timing.
Reflecting on some of his career moment highs and great memories, Chris talks about his experience opening up for Beyonce back in 2007. While naming her as the GOAT, the singer shares everything he learned from watching Bey perform, including stage production and intricate details.
Chris Brown goes on to discuss how Busta Rhymes and Lil Wayne hopped on “Look At Me Now,” answers a few intimate fan questions, names his hip-hop Mount Rushmore, and much more.