It’s no surprise that Chris Brown is selling more singles than albums these days given the rapid rate in which he spews out music. Much like Nicki Minaj’s Roman Reloaded, Breezy’s last album, Fortune (US sales: 347k to date), was a haphazard concoction of dance, R&B, and hip-hop, designed solely to garner airplay in different target markets at the cost of creating a record with any sort of substance or cohesion. I’m assuming that Brown is completely okay with this, because the 23-year-old has just dropped a new radio-friendly club-pop single called “Nobody’s Perfect”, which is lifted from what will be his third album in about two years, Carpe Diem.
“Nobody’s Perfect” is the kind of song that I’d love to drag, but I’m not going to. I shat on “Yeah x3″, “Turn Up The Music”, and “Don’t Wake Me Up” upon first listen, but when all three songs were eventually drilled into my head through repeated airplay, I caved and really got into them. “Nodody’s Perfect” is destined to do the same. It may sound like a big stinky audible turn right now, but after I hear it ten times against my will while sitting in the passenger seat of my best friend’s ride like a total scrub, I’ll soon be screaming “NOBODY NO-BODY! DER NER NER NER NER NER NER NER NER!” at the top of my lungs.
Now that “Nobody’s Perfect” has hit the airwaves, I’m guessing that it probably won’t be long until we hear Carpe Diem‘s ratchet as fuck ‘urban’ single. Whatever it is, I’m not here for it, and I’m lucky (for once) that Australian radio hates R&B and hip-hop so I won’t be forced to like it in the near future.
Now check out Breezy’s latest birdbrain club banger below.