Chris Brown wants no part of the Internet debate about whether he’s more talented than michael jackson — he’s shutting down the whole convo after an interview on “Big Boy’s Neighborhood.”
During the opening moments, the LA radio host addressed the swirling controversy to which CB decided to dead things once and for all.
Breezy says if it wasn’t for Michael Jackson, he wouldn’t be anywhere near the entertainer he is today and cited a shrine he has dedicated to the late King of Pop.
For the past few weeks, hip-hop artists like Fivio Foreign and Tank have been leaning toward giving CB the ultimate crown — but Chris himself says he’d concede to the man who brought us “Thriller,” “Rock With You” and “Billie Jean.”
Going forward, CB is gearing up to go on tour with Lil Baby and drop his new album “Breezy” — a project he tells Big Boy he recorded 250 songs for, before whittling it down to just 23.
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The album drops June 24, and you can spare Chris the comparisons to “Bad” or “Dangerous.” “Thriller” goes without saying.
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