Chris Brown Releases ‘Graffiti’ Album Cover, Responds To Haters (Photos)
R&B singer Chris Brown released the cover for his new album Graffiti and photos from his new music video ‘Crawl’ directed by Joseph Kahn. Since releasing the artwork on Twitter, Chris Brown seems to have been getting some negative feedback on his album cover and has responded to those adverse comments.
Chris Brown can be seen wearing all black holding in his right hand slung over his shoulder a guitar in the crook of his neck; at the bottom on the far right, little cartoon monsters with the words Graffiti above them; while his left hand holds a can of spray paint aimed at the words and the creatures.
Since the release of the album cover, the singer has been getting lashed at for wearing tight fitted pants by numerous blogs and commenters which resulted in him stating the following:
“My fashion isn’t limited to baggy azz jeans and fitted caps. I did that in ’05. Cmon son. Hating is so lame…,” stated Chris Brown (Mechanical Dummy).
As for his photos for his latest music video ‘Crawl,’ which follows behind his Swizz Beatz produced track ‘I Can Transform Ya’ featuring Lil Wayne, Chris Brown can be seen in several shots wearing a trench coat, a white tee and glasses while on location standing in the sand in a few shots and in the middle of an alley in others shots.
“Graffiti” is scheduled to release on December 15, 2009.
Meanwhile, you can catch Chris Brown on tour for his “Fan Appreciation” tour which is listed to end on December 13th in Philadelphia, PA at Electric Factory, as reported on HipHopRX.com.