[Music] Sneak Peek: New Flame – Chris Brown ft. Usher and Rick Ross

Yesterday, Chris Brown took to Instagram and uploaded a snippet of a new single called “New Flame”, a collab featuring Usher and Rick Ross.

The instavideo plays the chorus along with the very beginning of Usher’s part and is captioned “#Team Breezy this one is for you! #NewFlame x @howuseeit x @richforever”.

Based on the comments on the video, it seems his fans are reacting positively and are overall excited for the new music.

Since being released from jail, Breezy has been busy putting in work in the studio, constantly making it known that it’s all for the fans.

We’re still waiting on “X”, Brown’s upcoming album that has been in the works for a while now and changed release dates countless times. However, “New Flame” is set to be released in 2 days.

You can head over to @chrisbrownofficial on Instagram to hear the snippet of the new track.

It’s good to have you back Breezy, can’t wait to see what else you have in store for us!

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About Yasmin S. Wamala (28 Articles)
Born and raised in Maryland; currently a junior at Hofstra University. Journalism Major, Global Studies Minor. Simply putting in the work to get the experience I need to make my dreams a reality.

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