Chris Brown’s New R&B Song Is Inspired By Michael Jackson & It Sounds Unreal

6 December 2017, 13:07

Chris Brown

Breezy is back in the studio.

Following the release of his new album 45-track album ‘Heartbreak On A Full Moon’, Chris Brown has teased a fresh song inspired by Michael Jackson. 

Breezy filmed a video from his studio, playing a new song tentatively called ‘Vampire Vibe.’

“Girl, I’ve got a bad, bad reputation, but you do too,” sings Brown in the snippet, which he posted on Instagram.

“She said she’s been down, down for a while now / She’s a renegade on the loose.”

Listen to the track below:


VAMPIRE VIBE session MJ kinda night

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“Vampire Vibe session MJ kinda night,” he captioned the video.

The clip sounds like it may have been inspired by Michael Jackson’s ‘Leave Me Alone’, from his 1987 album ‘Bad’. 

Chris Brown reflected on meeting the legendary singer, during a 2012 interview with Fuse. 

“That was probably one of the greatest moments in my career ’cause I got a chance to perform for him,” he explained. “People loved the performance. I went backstage and met him. He said hi to my mom. He was respectful. It was just one of those great times in my life.”

“I want to make him proud. I don’t want to make it an effort to copy because I hate clones, so I don’t want to be a clone.” 

The new song follows-up his recent release ‘Sirens’, which has sparked some controversy over its explicit language. 

Meanwhile, Chris Brown has continued to spark rumours about his relationship with Indonesian singer Agnez Mo

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