Chris Brown Gives Usher His Props

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By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

R&B singer Chris Brown’s latest studio album “Royalty,” is expected to have a strong first week of sales, but Chris feels like he should sell a lot more albums than he does given his millions of social media followers.

In a recent interview with Vibe, it’s clear Chris refuses to be complacent because he really would love to reach the milestones of his idols.

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    1. Thank you. This ain’t nothing but damage control. Chris doesn’t have a humble bone in his body. Lmao.

  1. Its no surprise he looked up to Usher, he was freaking 7 when Usher was first topping charts. He even said that he first impressed his mom with a spot on performance of “My Way”. Usher is kind enough to be around at 37 and behaving like most of today’s artist like August Alsina and Chris, because he has a nature of helping and mentoring, not that theyv’v acheived what he has. Majority of entertainers like Chris, Neyo and Derulo don’t really give him his full props when they use his style as a platform. They all tend to cite MJ as an inspiration, because they sense they can overtake Usher, when a couple years they were watching his videos.

    Chris’s fanbase are the only ones who lack awareness of Usher’s influence and consider the two on the same level. “Top 75″…? I repeat “75”..seventy-five?

  2. But we knew this already. Usher is the closet thing to Michael we have ever had. Chris doesn’t make good enough music to be on Mike’s level.

  3. He finally tells the truth Trey, Ne-yo and Miguel has all already gave Usher his credit but the main 2 people Usher has influenced the most CB and Derulo have been lying for years. They only mention MJ but Michael never did flips, handstands and breakdancing. Usher was the first artist to do all that.

  4. I’m not a fan of Chris but at least he can admit what all the others clones are ashamed to admit. MJ influenced Usher but these young singers were clearly influenced by Usher as well.

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