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Chris Brown Releases Explicit New Song 'Privacy' But Will It Help His Legacy

March 27. 2017

Chris Brown

Chris Brown has released a new song entitled "Privacy." The explicit track has a sample of Brown repeatedly singing an excerpt from the 1997 reggae song "Tight Up Skirt" by Jamaican recording artist, Red Rat. The lyrics to the song "Privacy" are very raunchy and profane, but not due to the sample. There are many references to oral sex where Brown describes it in graphic ways using the word "p***y." Considering some of Brown's fans are teens, this is not a good idea. Actually, it's not a good idea for any artist to be using profanity in their songs.

Brown's fans are constantly posting items on Twitter and Instagram comparing him to the late singer Michael Jackson, stating Chris is better. However, Jackson's lyrics were not sexually profane. It's difficult to become a music legend with explicit lyrics the nature of which Brown is repeatedly releasing. As stated on the site previously, these types of songs don't turn artists into legends, as they do not last. 


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