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Published:June 28th, 2011 11:58 EST
SOP Battle of the Bands Featuring Chris Brown with 'I'll Be Right Here'

SOP Battle of the Bands Featuring Chris Brown with 'I'll Be Right Here'

By SOP newswire2

With the release of Graffiti, his third album for Jive Records, singer-songwriter Chris Brown cultivates a deeply personal effort that resonates with reflection, redemption and renewal. The 20-year old grapples with his sense of self in an art form that is reflective of the moment, as he enters his prime in the midst of a challenging juncture in his life. Brown, already a widely accomplished multi-platinum artist, builds upon his signature sound. Graffiti exemplifies the many types and colors of art, music and fashion that I love and how I express myself, he explains. It`s my art... my graffiti.

In 2005, show business natural 16-year old Chris Brown emerged from small town Tappahannock, Virginia. His star rose swiftly, as his promising skills drew comparisons to his idols Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder. His self-titled debut album, which was certified double-platinum, featured the #1 Scott Storch-produced smash hit Run It! " (featuring Juelz Santana) and the Top 10 pop singles Yo (Excuse Me Miss) " and Gimme That. " He earned Grammy nominations for Best New Artist and Best R&B Contemporary Album in addition to a nationally televised performance on Awards night in 2007 with Lionel Richie and Smokey Robinson joining them for a medley of their respective hits. In 2006 he earned three Billboard Awards (Artist, Male Artist and New Artist of the Year), a Soul Train Award (Best R&B/Soul New Artist), two BET Awards (Best New Artist, Viewer`s Choice), a Teen Choice trophy (Choice Music Breakout Artist Male), and an NAACP Image Award (Outstanding New Artist). Read More

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