F.A.M.E. – Forgiving All My Enemies or Fans Are My Everything, either way Chris Brown has amassed more fame than a new socialite’s sex tape. This is not the fame that Lady Gaga markets, or created with her Fame album series, but an unplanned series of negative and positive events by a truly talented young man, growing up in the music industry; under the bright lights of the big cities, but raised from under the stars of a rural small country town. This is Chris Brown’s “moment for life”. We are all watching a true star, on the heels of a terrible personal decision, remaking himself through acceptance of fault, growth, and raw talent. The fourth studio album by Brown was his 2nd chance. His true fans stuck with him while commercial radio and the media shunned him. He fought it though, and as his fan base, Team Breezy, grew worldwide he showed us that real stars, the big ones, they are all a bit crazy, but it takes a bit of crazy to keep us interested, and maybe shock us too, when the music is just as crazy-good.