Chris Brown is surely one of the most prolific artist lately, that keeps on releasing a huge amount of material (not always so good though) with such an impressive frequency. The Loyal singer, after a year of continuous official releases, still rules the scene, and practically not a day goes by without hearing at least a new song, from a featuring, to a new live show, to an online leaked track .
The new song of the day is titled Where She Is (Home), a graceful ballad that throws Chris Brown back to the No Air days, the 2007 big hit in collabo with Jordin Sparks (by the way, is she still alive?). Where She Is isn’t the classical commercial pop track just happened to be: this is a good and emotional song, where Chris plays the best of his feelings for her little daughter, nothing to compare with the latest hard rap featuring with 50 Cent.
A very intimate Chris Brown that, thanks to a fairly soft base that combines drums, strings and guitars, showcases his beautiful timbre. Praises to the versatility of surely one of the greatest talents who manage to stay afloat in the chaotic music biz today.
The days when 50 Cent made sparks in the worldwide charts with his anthem In Da Club are unfortunately gone. From that distant 2003 many years of success have passed, but also years of legal problems. In 2015, in fact, 50 has declared bankruptcy, because of his unbelievable lifestyle and compensation linked to very aggressive feuds, such the one with Rick Ross.
After the lukewarm response from his last 2014 Animal Ambition album, last December, after continuous and annoying delays, 50 Cent has released the much-heralded The Kanan Tape project which, however, passed almost unnoticed.
To try to revive the fortunes of the mixtape earlier this year 50 Cent has released a short film of ten minutes of his single I’m The Man. Despite the excellent production, the song has failed to draw attention even on the urban front, wrecking in absolute silence the return of 50 Cent. But once again here it is Mr. Chris “Golden Hands” Brown to resurrect an already dead song.
The I’m The Man remix seems definetely cooler from the regular version and is accompanied by a classic urban video made of money, villas, boobs and asses all around. The song confirms the sure talent of 50 Cent, and it screams “Please let me get back to my old money” every second. But we are really far from the Candy Shop or P.I.M.P. times. Anyway, the video contains a very juicy surprise: the last minute is dedicated to a new track apparently called No Romeo, No Juliet once again empowered by Chris Brown‘s voice. I’ll sure keep an eye on this track.