The 'Run It!' hitmaker says he is a better person, adding 'It's on the fans and what you guys do in your power to bring me back.'
Chris Brown has taken it to SayNow to get help from his devotees. The R&B singer, who was involved in an altercation with Rihanna back in February last year, confessed that radio stations have refused to play his songs and so begged for fans' support.
"A lot of radio stations aren't playing my records. They are not being that supportive and I wouldn't expect them to," he said. "It's on the fans and what you guys do in your power to bring me back. That's all I need is you guys and nothing else will do that except for the fans."
"I'm doing everything that I need to do. I'm doing me as a person and I'm a better guy. It's on ya'll. My singing and my music I do it for you guys and everything else but it won't be possible if I'm not relevant on the radio and it wouldn't be possible for me to be an artist if I don't have the support."
"I can't be an underground mixtape artist. That's where we are. I just want all my fans to help me. I love ya'll. Peace," he ended his message.
After releasing "Graffiti" in December 2009 post involved in domestic violence with Rihanna, Chris Brown has dropped a mixtape called "In My Zone" which came out on Valentine's Day this year.