Chris Brown may be busy promoting the release of his new studio album, Royalty, but it seems Brown has even more new music in store for eager fans.
Just weeks after dropping his seventh studio album, alongside a star-studded, eight-part music video series to accompany Royalty‘s release, Chris Brown took to Periscope on Saturday to tease nine unreleased tracks while showing off his famous dance moves during the listening session’s live stream.
While Chris Brown has since deleted the live stream from his Periscope account, Brown’s fans were able to capture several snippets of Chris’ listening session while also fueling speculation that Brown may be gearing up to release a follow-up mixtape to Before The Party.
During his live stream, Chris Brown teases new tracks reportedly titled, “Undress,” “You Make Me This Way (I Got You),” “F*** Me Up,” “45,” “Bite My Tongue,” “Escape Your Love,” “This Ain’t Love,” “Reddi Whip,” and “Who’s This?”
Chris Brown was also planning on sharing another track titled “The Breakup,” but was unable to play the song after his nearly 45-minute-long Periscope session was cut short due to low battery on his phone.
Chris Brown previously released a track titled “The Breakup” on his Before The Party mixtape last year, but it’s unclear whether or not the song Brown intended to play is the same track.
While fans continue to debate over whether or not the previewed tracks are newly recorded or are simply older songs that didn’t make the cut to previous albums, Chris Brown’s dedication to getting his music out to his fans has led some to speculate that a follow-up mixtape may be on the horizon for Brown.
Chris Brown shocked fans over the Thanksgiving holiday when he debuted Before The Party as a surprise release on Black Friday, the same day that was initially supposed to be the release date of Brown’s new studio album, Billboard reports.
While rumors suggested that Brown dropped the mixtape in an effort to appease fans in response to Royalty‘s delay, it appears some fans are alleging that a Before The Party follow-up is in the works.
In the comment’s section of a fan-uploaded video of Brown’s Periscope session, fans began debating over whether or not Brown has plans to release his reported new songs in the form of a new album. One fan speculates that Brown may be recording new music for a second mixtape, which they allege is titled After The Party, but Brown has not spoken out regarding those rumors.
Despite Chris Brown having previewed the new music just last night, fans have already begun to speculate over the inspiration behind a few of Brown’s newest tracks.
In one track, reportedly titled “Escape Your Love,” Brown sings about wanting to escape a tumultuous relationship that has left him feeling “tired and jealous.”
“Mama warned me ’bout someone like you / Feel like a god**** fool, play with my heart, you tried / I never regret love but sometimes it’s just better, I’m f***ing fed up, tired and jealous / Making your life better by putting my bread up / Give up the battle just to escape your love.”
The news comes just months after Chris Brown previewed another group of songs via Instagram, one of which was heavily rumored to be an unreleased diss track aimed at ex-girlfriend, Karrueche Tran. While those tracks have yet to be released, it appears that Chris Brown may have something special planned for fans in the near future.
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