Fans have been waiting for album news since Brown dropped the single "Turn Up the Music" in January followed by a music video the next month, which racked up more than 8 million views in its first week. In addition, Brown's second single from the album, "Strip," is rapidly climbing the Urban Radio charts.
Brown also revealed the album's cover art Thursday, showing off a more polished side to #TeamBreezy. Donning a retro-inspired skinny suit, thin black tie and thick black-framed glasses, the cover unveils a more mature, sleek side to the 22-year-old artist. As he stands underneath a bright light shining down on him, the word "Fortune" is collaged behind him in different languages.
The road to Brown's new album release has already been a busy one. With two performances at the Grammys and a surprise appearance at the 2012 NBA All-Star halftime show alongside Pitbull, Breezy has been doing some serious PR leading up to the album drop. Brown has also stirred up some controversy in the past few weeks by lashing out at his detractors following the Grammys, collaborating with ex-girlfriend Rihanna on two remixes after assaulting her just three years ago and allegedly stealing a fan's iPhone.
Fortune is available for pre-order at www.ChrisBrownWorld.com with a free instant download of "Turn Up the Music," and the album will hit iTunes for pre-sale April 10.
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