The Chris Brown PR blitz continues.
The same weekend as pre-beating, post-coital Brown and Rihanna pics found their way online mysteriously, a friend took the opportunity to plug Chris' new album.
"Chris is very focused," says songwriter Robert Allen, who is working with Brown on his upcoming record, tentatively titled Graffiti. "He knows how to deal with whatever is going on and is willing to do what he has to do to please his fans."
Hey, you gotta deal with whatever life throws at you. If peeps hate on you after you battered your girlfriend into a near-coma, you just gotta say f*%k that noise.
As a wise man once said: all the haters ... they's just haters.
Of Brown's shifting musical style, Allen says "Chris is experimenting and trying a lot of different things. We've been making things really eclectic. The direction of this album is really fun and free spirited. It's like a collage."
Brown, who had kept a low profile for months, recently broke his silence in a pair of absurd YouTube videos, when he declared, "I ain't a monster."
"You want to go away so your audience can miss you some," Allen says of why Brown has laid low. "But he's so happy and ready for this next album to break through and make a big impact. He's predicting this will be his biggest album."
We're predicting that he's still the biggest tool around.