In a phone interview with Atlanta radio station Hot 107.9, Breezy chatted about his blonde ambition and gave a simple explanation for the new do.
“I just wanted to change it up, man,” Brown said, calling in from rehearsals for his Australian F.A.M.E. tour.
He admitted to seeing all of the jokes about his bleached hair, but he’s not phased by them. “I was even laughing at some of the jokes on Twitter. I got ‘gold dust,’ ‘Amber Rose,’ ‘Sisqo.’ But I just laugh at them. I don’t care about people’s opinions as much anymore.”
It’s just something I needed to change,” he continued. “I think artistically, where I’m at creatively, mentally with my project, with my art, me painting, and just becoming a man and just finding myself, I’m really just doing me. I’m being a rock star. If I wanna dye my hair purple tomorrow, I might just change it up. It’s all about how I’m just living life and having fun.”
And for those who connect his new do with his sexuality, Breezy made sure to kill the rumors before they start. “I’m still strictly with the ladies!”
Chris Brown has yet to release his new album, ‘F.A.M.E.’, but he’s already looking at releasing the follow-up. If you recall previously, the singer confirmed on Twitter that he’s considering releasing ‘F.A.M.E’ as a double disc and named it ‘Fortune’. As the singer has recorded too many songs for the project (400 cuts), he thinks that releasing a double album means fans won’t miss out.
Last night, Breezy hosted an exclusive ‘F.A.M.E.’ album listening party in Los Angeles and announced to the crowd that “[this] is the first part of the ‘F.A.M.E.’ album. I’m coming out with another album six months later.” Breezy has been quite generous with his music lately and fans are definetely getting the best side of the deal from him. And if you’ve been living under a rock, the album’s acronym has two meanings now – ‘Forgiving All My Enemies’ and ‘Fans Are My Everything’. ‘F.A.M.E.’ will drop in stores on March 22nd.