Stream Chris Brown’s New Album ‘Breezy’

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Chris Brown‘s twelve studio album, Breezy, is finally out now on all streaming platforms. Teased months ahead of its release with songs like “Wheels Fall Off” and the Wizkid-assisted “Call Me Every Day,” the full-length release is out at last.

The 23-song project boasts features from Lil Wayne, Ella Mai, Lil Durk, Blxst, Jack Harlow, Fivio Foreign, and Yung Bleu amongst others while production is handled by the likes of OG Parker, Nami, Smash David, Travis Sayles, and more. On the songwriting credits, notable names like 50 Cent, Teddy Riley, Tory Lanez, Eric Bellinger, and Keith Sweat are also listed; some of them may come from the records sampled on the album.

Breezy is Chris Brown’s follow-up to his solo full-length album Indigo, which was released in 2019. In the meantime, the global superstar has certainly kept busy, collaborating with Young Thug on their joint mixtape Slime & B in 2020. This past year, the duo dropped “Go Crazy (Remix)” featuring Lil Durk, Future, and Latto which propelled the song into three-times RIAA-certified platinum months later. Chris Brown also appeared on Mooski’s “Track Star” remix, Yung Bleu’s “Baddest,” Mario’s “Get Back,” Sevyn Streeter’s “Guilty” to name a few.

In promotion of the album’s release, Chris will be performing the new records live on his One Of Them Ones tour this summer with Lil Baby, kicking off July 15th. The two musicians will be making stops in New York, Toronto, Charlotte, Atlanta, and Las Vegas among other cities—purchase tickets here. The tour will come to a close in Los Angeles at the Crypto Arena on October 11th, with several special guests anticipated to perform throughout the show run’s entirety.

Stream Breezy below.