Chris Brown - F**k The City Up

Posted 4 years ago
Producer:
Drumma Boy
Album:
None

If you clicked play on F**k The City Up and expected to hear Chris Brown singing over T.I.’s trap-tastic banger of the same name, then I’m sorry to say you’ll be disappointed. However, if you clicked “Listen Now” expecting to hear Brown croon over a track that your girlfriend will surely retweet with a “heart” emoticon, then you’ve come to the right place. Produced by Drumma Boy, F**K The City Up is the second record dropped by Chris (via Twitter) since last Thursday (see previous feature How I Feel). With head-nodding production that sets the tone nicely, Chris dives in and lyrically sets the mood as he describes his plans to arrive at a special ladies’ house, break down the doors of her bedroom and subsequently knock the pictures off the wall. Figuratively, of course…or is it? No word if How I Feel and/or F**K The City Up will make Brown’s forthcoming Fortune LP, set for release this May, but if these new records are any indication of what to expect, then a hot summer may be starting a little earlier this year.

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