Just as he promised, Chris Brown has officially rolled out his new single and video for “Privacy.” 

The track, which was teased earlier this year on social media, is expected to land on Breezy’s eighth studio album Heartbreak on a Full Moon. Fans have already gotten a couple tastes of the upcoming project with the singles “Grass Ain’t Greener” and “Party” featuring Usher and Gucci Mane.

When Brown announced the new single last Saturday, he also told his followers the approaching summer would “be all about the women.”

“Privacy” doesn’t stray too far from what fans expect from the singer. The bedroom banger shelves innuendos for straightforward, explicit lyrics: "I'ma put that booty up, baby, when I'm on/You know I'ma go crazy when your legs in the air/You know your panties never gettin' in the way/You know I kinda like it, when you make me work for it."

And those are some of the more conservative lines.

As of now, it’s unclear when Heartbreak on a Full Moon will officially drop; however, all signs are pointing to “soon.” In addition to releasing this new single, Brown is also gearing up to hit the road for his The Party Tour with 50 Cent, Fabolous, and more. The tour kicks off March 31 in Baltimore, Maryland, and will conclude May 23 in Los Angeles.

Though there’s no doubt Breezy will perform some of his greatest hits, there's also a good chance he'll debut more tracks from the forthcoming project during the 33-date tour. It appears Brown is looking to get his life back on track after some issues that have surfaced about his past, including alleged altercations with e- girlfriend and model Karrueche that has led her to request a permanent restraining order against the singer.