It looks like Chris Brown has a new tour and a new project coming soon.
The Virginia crooner recently announced to his Twitter fans that a new project called Privacy is done and ready to be put out. “PRIVACY is mixed and mastered… release coming next week! THIS SUMMER IS ALL ABOUT THE WOMEN! ❤️️🎉🙏🏾,” he posted.
Last month, he announced he would be headlining The Party Tour, along with special guests 50 Cent, French Montana, O.T. Genasis and Kap G. And he is promising that fans will thoroughly enjoy themselves. “Whens the last time you’ve been to a show/concert and have actually been entertained??? WE COMING!!!!,” he posted.
The 33-city shindig kicks off on March 31 in Baltimore. Boston, Detroit, New Orleans, Miami, Philadelphia, New York, Atlanta, Houston and Las Vegas will all get hit up, before things close out on May 23 in Los Angeles. Peep the full list of tour dates here.
Brown is also prepping the release of his upcoming album Heartbreak on a Full Moon, which should be dropping later on this year.
In other Breezy related news, the singer recently scored a win in court over his former manager Michael Guirguis—also known as Mike G.
Guirguis had filed a lawsuit against the singer last spring, claiming Brown had beat him up and accusing the “Party” crooner of breach of contract and defaming him and his company, Nitevision Management, with rants on Instagram. He later filed a motion asking the courts to seize $1.5 million in Brown’s assets, but a judge sided with Chris in the case.