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WOW: Chris Brown SHOULD be Happy… New Album “F.A.M.E” Debuts at NUMBER 1

 width= NO. 1 WITH NEW ALBUM “F.A.M.E.” Singer/Songwriter Earns First Chart-Topping Album Debut on the Top 200
New York, NY “”Chris Brown’s fourth studio album F.A.M.E. () debuts this week at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts with total of over 271K. The album has spawned three consecutive No. 1 singles and marks the multi-platinum singer’s first No. 1 album on the Top 200 chart. F.A.M.E. is the second highest-selling album of the year.

The success of F.A.M.E. follows Brown reaching the No. 1 position on both the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and the Urban Mainstream with current single “Look At Me Now” (?Click to listen) featuring and Busta Rhymes. This is the second consecutive week at No. 1 at Urban Mainstream and the video (?Click to view) is in rotation on MTV and MTV2 and in the Top 5 on BET’s countdown.

“Look At Me Now” is Brown’s third successive No. 1 Urban Mainstream single from the new album. It was preceded by “Deuces” (? Click to listen) featuring Tyga and (which spent 10 weeks at the top of the chart) and “No BS” (? Click to listen). “Yeah 3X,” (? Click to listen) another track from F.A.M.E., rose to Top 5 at Urban Mainstream. Collectively, the four singles represent combined cumulative digital and of five million.

Brown co-wrote the majority of F.A.M.E., the follow-up to his 2X Grammy-nominated 2009 album, Graffiti. Sporting collaborations with , Lil Wayne, , and Ludacris, among others, F.A.M.E. has drawn various critical accolades. gave the album a 4 out of 4 stars album review and boasts, “This is the kind of R&B-pop blockbuster that Michael Jackson might have made if he were 21 in 2011.” USA Today adds Brown “has delivered the strongest album of his career.”

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