Chris Brown’s ‘Privacy’ Project Coming Next Week

Chris Brown fans who have been wanting to hear new music from the rapper may not have to wait much longer.

The “Loyal” singer took to Twitter Saturday to announce that he had finished a new project called “Privacy” and will make it available as early as next week.


“PRIVACY is mixed and mastered… release coming next week! THIS SUMMER IS ALL ABOUT WOMEN!” he wrote.


It looks like 2017 is going to be a busy one for Brown, as he will be headlining The Party Tour, which begins on Mar. 31 and will feature 50 Cent, French Montana, O.T. Genasis and Kap G. The tour will last until May 23 and will be held in Baltimore, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Miami, Detroit, New Orleans, Houston, Las Vegas and Los Angeles.

“Whens the last time you’ve been to a show/concert and have actually been entertained??? WE COMING!!!!” Brown posted last month when announcing his participation in the tour.

Breezy is also expected to release his upcoming album “Heartbreak on a Full Moon” later this year.

The “Privacy” announcement follows only days after Brown came out victorious in his legal battle with his former manager Michael Guirguis, who sued him last spring with claims of the singer beating him, breaching his contract and ranting on Instagram in order to ruin the image of Guirguis and his company Nitevision Management.