Chris Brown is finally getting back to the music, after more personal and legal issues over his career and relationships have been making headlines most of this year.
The R&B superstar returned to Las Vegas on Saturday (March 18) to perform at Drai’s Nightclub for the first time since the singer and venue were in a legal dispute of their own in 2016. In addition to his comeback performance in Vegas, Breezy had some good news for fans who have been waiting on more new music.
Taking to Twitter on Saturday night, Brown announced the release of his next single “Privacy,” confirming it is set to drop this coming week. “PRIVACY is mixed and mastered…release coming next week! THIS SUMMER IS ALL ABOUT THE WOMEN,” he wrote.
He had previously shared a snippet of the explicit bedroom jam for Team Breezy, with a short studio video that showed him dancing to the song in the background.
“You know that I go crazy when your legs are in the air / You know your panties never getting in the way / You know I like it when you make me work for it,” sings Chris.
PRIVACY is mixed and mastered… release coming next week! THIS SUMMER IS ALL ABOUT THE WOMEN! ❤️️🎉🙏🏾
— Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) March 19, 2017
Chris Brown needs to drop "Privacy" already 😩 pic.twitter.com/oJfjkgUfve
— Sara (@ssaramahone) March 16, 2017
“Privacy” follows the previously-released singles “Party” featuring Usher and Gucci Mane and last year’s “Grass Ain’t Greener.”
It will arrive ahead of Brown’s forthcoming “Party Tour,” which kicks off March 31 with 50 Cent and Fabolous. Meanwhile, his new album Heartbreak on a Full Moon is tentatively due this summer.