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Loyal

Chris Brown

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Label: RCA RECORDS LABEL
X is guided by our gender differences. As C-Breezy puts it, men are roving dogs, and women are "hoes" who "ain't loyal." Maybe he's just upset over a former lover, because he offers a lot of breakup songs like "Stereotype" (which has some nice analog synths) and "Do Better," where he sings, "I'm starting to hate me.../ If I knew better, I would do better." He then hunts the club for easy prey on "Add Me In," "Body Shots" and "Came to Do," in the latter of which he brags, "It ain't nothin' to make you want it/ Get you tipsy, a little blunted." He sounds delusional, but at least he's being honest.

About This Album

X is guided by our gender differences. As C-Breezy puts it, men are roving dogs, and women are "hoes" who "ain't loyal." Maybe he's just upset over a former lover, because he offers a lot of breakup songs like "Stereotype" (which has some nice analog synths) and "Do Better," where he sings, "I'm starting to hate me.../ If I knew better, I would do better." He then hunts the club for easy prey on "Add Me In," "Body Shots" and "Came to Do," in the latter of which he brags, "It ain't nothin' to make you want it/ Get you tipsy, a little blunted." He sounds delusional, but at least he's being honest.

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About This Album

X is guided by our gender differences. As C-Breezy puts it, men are roving dogs, and women are "hoes" who "ain't loyal." Maybe he's just upset over a former lover, because he offers a lot of breakup songs like "Stereotype" (which has some nice analog synths) and "Do Better," where he sings, "I'm starting to hate me.../ If I knew better, I would do better." He then hunts the club for easy prey on "Add Me In," "Body Shots" and "Came to Do," in the latter of which he brags, "It ain't nothin' to make you want it/ Get you tipsy, a little blunted." He sounds delusional, but at least he's being honest.