Hold Up Beyoncé
24 October 2017, 11:04
Breezy was discussing his new documentary...
Speaking to Hot 97, the R&B singer discussed the importance of creating an eye-opening new documentary - which is available to watch on Netflix - for his supporters.
"I think this film kind of embodies what my fans actually respect me for," Breezy explained.
"They're getting to know me a lot more, instead of me painting an image."
"I just let it be natural and be real, let it flow from the heart. But at the same time, being a man about everything in it's entirety and who I am as an artist."
However, the discussion took a colder turn when Brown was questioned about Rihanna's involvement in the documentary.
In the reveal-all film, Breezy recalls his infamous 2009 attack on his then-girlfriend which left her "spitting blood".
"Did you have a conversation with Rihanna before putting it out?" asked the interviewer, before Breezy shut her down.
"That's irrelevant at this point," Brown quickly replied, "The movie's out."
The topic of conversation promptly diverted to the 'Questions' singer's new music - Brown dropped three brand new songs last week from his hotly-anticipated new record.
On his nature to quickly turn around fresh material, the R&B singer revealed he has "like 800" unheard tracks on his mobile phone alone.
'Heartbreak On A Full Moon' is set to drop on October 31st.