He admits its a stretch, but Chris Brown says he hopes his new album F.A.M.E., which drops tomorrow, sells a million copies in its first week of release.
“I wouldn’t consider it jinxing myself, but I always dream big,” he said.
“I would love to do like a mill the first week, honestly. And that’s really pushing, and I know that’s pushing, but I’m happy with anything I sell."
"If I sell 100,000 like last time, I’m cool. My last album, Graffiti, was only 100,000 the first week, but it was a lot more added to it back then.”
Brown says these are more optimistic times for him, saying “right now it’s a more comfortable position. People are accepting the music now.”
"I would love to just solidify that, as much as ya’ll wanna keep talking about stuff, bringing stuff up, ya’ll can’t stop (me and) my music.”
“A handful of people stuck by me,” Chris said, referring to the Rihanna scandal and the two-year backlash he's endured, rightfully or not.
“But when [most] people see certain things happen to somebody, they turn away. They don’t want their name attached to anything negative.”
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