Chris Brown Inks A Major New Deal with RCA Records
Chris Brown's forthcoming album 'Indigo' will be the first release under his brand new license agreement with his label RCA Records.
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Chris Brown is ringing in the new year with a new deal.
The singer’s forthcoming album Indigo will be the first release under his brand new license agreement with his label RCA Records, Rap-Up reports. With the deal, Brown will become one of the youngest musicians to ever own any of his own master recordings.
“This new deal structure between Brown and RCA Records, will undoubtedly enhance the release of new Chris Brown music, content, and much more throughout 2019 and beyond,” RCA said in a statement.
Brown’s first album under RCA was 2012’s Fortune, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and has since been certified platinum. Following Fortune, he dropped four additional albums for RCA: 2014’s X, 2015’s Royalty and Fan of a Fan: The Album with Tyga, and 2017’s Heartbreak on a Full Moon.
Indigo is slated for release later this year, and will include the Scott Storch-produced single “Undecided,” for which Brown released the video for on Jan. 3.
Also making the rounds is the possibility of a Drake and Brown collaboration. Earlier this week, Drizzy took to Instagram to share a photo of him and C. Breezy looking pretty chummy on New Year's Eve, alongside the caption “2019 cook up…Aubreezy,” suggesting that the two artists have something up their sleeves for the coming year.