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Chris Brown Interview

By: Sindy

Sixteen year-old Chris Brown has the looks of Tevin Campbell, the dance moves of Usher and a voice all his own. His first single, Run It, is running up the music charts, and his self-titled debut album will be released in a matter of months. Check out my interview with this cutie from Virginia and find out about his upcoming disc, what he looks for in a GF and his encounter with Usher!

Sindy: Hey Chris! How's it going?
Chris Brown: It's gooood.

Sindy: Congrats on the release of your first single, Run It. So what's the song about?
Chris Brown: It's basically a guy checkin' for a girl, a girl checkin' for a guy.

Sindy: What can fans expect from your upcoming self-tited debut album?
Chris Brown: It's basically [kwlink]R&B[/kwlink].

Sindy: When will it be released?
Chris Brown: October 2005.

Sindy: What was the best part about making this album?
Chris Brown: I would have to say the whole experience, traveling, working with different producers.

Sindy: And what was the worst?
Chris Brown: The worst was that it was hard, but it was fun at the same time.

Sindy: Who's the coolest artist you've worked with so far?
Chris Brown: Coolest person? All of 'em are cool all around, but I think the best time I had was with Scott Storch doing Run It and another producer by the name of Brian Cox.

Sindy: What sort of advice did these music producers give you about the music industry?
Chris Brown: Just to be focused and stay humble.

Sindy: Any artists you'd like to work with in the future?
Chris Brown: In the future, I would like to do a song with Michael Jackson, Lil Wayne, T.I., Keyshia Coles, Ciara, Teairra Mari, Mario, maybe Omarion.

Sindy: What's your fave song on the album?
Chris Brown: Favorite song? I would have to say Winner. It's like comparing a relationship to a boxing match.

Sindy: How'd you come up with that comparison?
Chris Brown: I co-wrote it and Brian Cox produced it. I was just thinking about the first round being how you met her, the second round how y'all in the relationship and everything y'all doing, and the third round telling her she's a winner.

Sindy: Oh that's cool! Ok, so who's your fave singer?
Chris Brown: Favorite singers now, or back in the day?

Sindy: Both.
Chris Brown: Back in the day - Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, Sam Cooke - that's my favorite - Michael Jackson, Teddy Pendergrass. Nowadays, I'm feeling Trey Shauns a lot and Usher and Mario and other young artists.

  • Click here to find out what happened when Chris Brown came face-to-face with Usher!
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