Chris Brown is eying collaboration with Madonna and Coldplay for his upcoming LP "Grafitti" as a "stepping stone" for him to become a superstar.
Grammy-nominated R 'n' B singer Chris Brown is eying a collaboration with Madonna, whom he claims as his dream duet, for his upcoming album "Grafitti". Besides, he also reveals his desire to work together with Coldplay for the effort, which is planned for 2009 release.
On the red carpet at the 36th annual American Music Awards (AMAs), held Sunday, November 23 at Los Angeles' Nokia Theatre, Chris told the press, "It's going to be my stepping stone from Chris Brown to superstar." He didn't give further details on his upcoming album though.
Chris Brown was a triple winner at the weekend's AMAs, nabbing the awards for the categories of Favorite Male Pop/Rock Artist, Favorite Male Soul/R&B Artist, and Artist of the Year. "I don't know what to say. I would have given it to Coldplay," so he said expressing his surprise upon winning big at the event.
"Grafitti" is the third studio album of Chris and a follow up to his two previous LPs, "Chris Brown" (2005) and "Exclusive" (2007). Among the artists with whom he has collaborated are Rihanna, Jordin Sparks, and David Banner.