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Chris Brown’s Track ‘Questions’ Does Dancehall Genre Justice #IssaVibe

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Chris Brown a.k.a Christopher Maurice Brown is out with a new dancehall track title “Questions.”

The track is Breezy’s latest release from the album Heartbreak on a Full Moon. The 28-year-old Virginia native is no stranger to topping the charts. Winning several awards including a Grammy award for Best RnB Album in 2012 for F.A.M.E and many other accolades including 5 Teen Choice awards, it is clear Chris Brown is one of the most successful artists of this time.

The song heavily inspired by Kevin Lyttle’s “Turn Me On” a track that saw great success on the billboards. The track “Questions” released on the 16th of August starts off with a lady who is dressed in an outfit that bears a striking resemblance to Rihanna’s ensemble in the “Work” video. As many speculate whether the track is a message to Breezy’s ex Riri, the track itself is just fire! Giving off dancehall vibes in spades, the single is set to be a chart topper and a track to set off a night out with the squad.

It is now 8 years after the domestic abuse incident that led to the public breakup of Breezy and “Kiss It Better” crooner Rihanna. After the case had its day in court, Chris Brown was found guilty and given 5 years probation and community service. Years on, Chris opened up about the finer details of the night that left Rihanna’s face battered and bruised. The audio that played on the Power 105.1 Breakfast Club Show revealed that Breezy felt like a monster after the incident and he could be in love with Riri.

 

It is difficult to say what question what Brown would ask Fenty given the chance, however reading between the lines, it’s clear Breezy still has love on the brain.

 

 

 

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