Chris Brown burst on the scene in 2005 with his hugely successful self titled debut. Hailing from Tappahannock, VA, he stormed the stage and captivated the world with fresh, creative choreography and distinct sound.
In 2007, Chris appeared in the film This Christmas and rounded out the year with his sophomore album Exclusive; in the process, setting the new triple threat standard and raising the bar higher than ever. With the additional worldwide success of singles like “No Air” and the rerelease of Exclusive with the massive hit “Forever,” Chris enjoyed tremendous worldwide success and was able to tour extensively.
Preparing for his 2009 release Graffiti, Chris Brown has crossed the threshold from teenager to young man. Experiencing the growing pains, challenges, loves and losses of the past year, Chris has found his way as an artist. While creating his own distinct sound, he has put together a body of work that captures the many dimensions of youth: lost love, disappointment and self discovery counterbalanced with swagger, ambition and partying. Graffiti represents the gateway to Chris’ next chapter as an artist and young adult.
[new date] “Graffiti” in Stores & Online December 8th!
Don’t Miss The MTV News special “Chris Brown: The Interview,” Friday, November 6, at 6 p.m. ET/PT on MTV.
Tour Dates (New Boyz Opening):
November 14: Houston, TX (House of Blues)
November 15: Dallas, TX (Palladium)
November 18: Los Angeles, CA (Avalon)
November 19: San Francisco, CA (The Fillmore)
November 22: Richmond, VA (Landmark)
November 25: Detroit, MI (Royal Oak)
November 26: Chicago, IL (House of Blues)
November 29: Ft. Lauderdale, FL (Revolution)
December 1: Orlando, FL (House of Blues)
December 2: Atlanta, GA (CenterStage)
December 4: Washington, D.C (Warner Theater)
December 5: Providence, RI (Lupo’s)
December 6: Boston, MA (House of Blues)
December 11: Baltimore, MD (Sonar)
December 12: Wallingford, CT (Chevrolet Theater)
December 13: Philadelphia, PA (Electric Factory)