Chris Brown has been at the center of controversy for the past week, but in this interview with Fuse, which makes no mention of last week's club brawl at W.i.P., Brown took some time to reflect on one of his greatest moments in his career-meeting Michael Jackson. He explains that he was 17 and in London to do a tribute performance of "Thriller" with MJ in attendance, when he first got the chance to meet him. He also says that it was his most memorable performance ever.
In addition, Breezy talks about the plans he had with Michael Jackson to collaborate on records, saying they had talked countless times, and had some things in the works. But unfortunately, MJ passed away before anything could be finalized and released. Watch the interview above. And below, Chris Brown speaks on his new album Fortune, and his plans for putting out his unreleased tracks.
Update. As a bonus to the interview, listen to an unreleased Chris Brown song "Calypso" produced by Polow da Don.