Chris Brown is eagerly awaiting the kick-off of his next tour, which he promises will raise the bar. During an interview with E! News host Terrence Jenkins at a charity event in Los Angeles Monday (Nov. 5), Breezy said that the tour will "top everything" that he's ever done in the past.
Feeling indebted to the fans that have stuck by him through a few rocky years, the 23-year-old intends to step his game up. "I think, [it's] that I'm 100 percent dedicated in everything that I do," he added. "I want to embody everything that's positive.
"I've accomplished all I need to accomplish in my life as far as me being able to say I can successfully sing, I can dance onstage with the greatest. At the end of the day, when I need to be great is when people can say I've helped out the world. It first starts here, helping myself, but what I want to do is bring peace to the world."
Brown's last album, Fortune, dropped July 5, and debuted atop the Billboard album charts selling 135,000 copies in its first week. He has yet to announce details on what will be his sixth release, but is tapping into familiar territory by collaborating with ex-girlfriend, Rihanna, on her forthcoming Unapologetic album due out in two weeks.
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