In a one-minute trailer for his documentary, the 'Grass Ain't Greener' hitmaker admits to 'thinking of suicide and everything else' and just 'getting high' during his dark time.
Chris Brown has partnered with Usher and Gucci Mane on a new song titled "Party" off his forthcoming album "Lost & Found (Heartbreak on a Full Moon)". The track is expected to be released on Friday, December 16 via RCA Records.
While there hasn't been any audio teaser yet, the artwork has been revealed. The neon-colored artwork, which is heavily inspired by the '80s, features a blend of pink and purple hues.
Last week, Breezy teased the arrival of his documentary "Welcome to My Life". The singer took to Instagram on Friday, December 9 to post the full-length trailer of his documentary. No release date has been set for the documentary, but the "Loyal" hitmaker declared that it would be coming very soon.
"@rivetingentertainment @andrew_listermann team breezy I know y'all waiting! Coming sooner than you think! [heart emoji] [kissing emoji] MOVIE ALERT!!!" so he captioned it.
In the one-minute clip, which features Usher and Mike Tyson, Breezy admits to "thinking of suicide and everything else" as well as to omitting sleep and food and just "getting high" during his dark time. "Welcome to My Life" will seemingly focus on the trials and tribulations Brown experienced due to the legal troubles he's been attached to since 2009.