Brown's new album, which is originally scheduled to arrive over the summer, is now set to drop on November 19.
Chris Brown has finally given his upcoming "X" album a release date. The "Fine China" singer has just taken to his Twitter page to reveal that the highly-anticipated new record is now set to arrive on November 19.
"X", which serves as the follow-up to Brown's 2012 release "Fortune", was originally scheduled to be released over the summer. In a recent interview, Brown explained that by pushing back the release date, "[he'd] have a chance to put out more music and people would get a chance to hear more of the stuff that's gonna be on the album."
Having spawned several singles like "Fine China" and "Love More", Brown's upcoming record will include guest appearances from Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, Wiz Khalifa, Kelly Rowland, Brandy and Kendrick Lamar.
Brown has also enlisted Aaliyah for the album. The late songstress' vocal is featured in a track called "Don't Think They Know".
"X" was produced by Timbaland, Pharrell Williams, Diplo, Polow Da Don, Drumma Boy, and Danja.