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Graffiti

December 8, 2009 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: December 8, 2009
  • Release Date: December 8, 2009
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Jive
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  • Total Length: 1:14:32
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  • ASIN: B002Y5B66G
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (101 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,760 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

Very good song.
L. Graham
This album is really good!!!Im not a die hard fan but i really enjoyed his first one---didnt really get into the second---but this one is really good!!!!
Lee D.
Musically, this is an amazing album from Chris Brown.
Nikki

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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By R. Bunton on December 8, 2009
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Graffiti is truly a good album, there's a little bit of everything here...dance tracks, deep beautiful ballads, and bangers. I have to say that Chris has definitely grown with this album. I just hope that more people actually give it a chance and a listen without automatically casting it off as a failure because of his actions...you're missing out on good music if you don't.
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful By H. D. Espinosa on December 8, 2009
Format: Audio CD
If you guessed that the new album would inevitably contain some sort of deep self regret by what was one of the most noticeable star scandals this year, well you guessed right - The song is called "So Cold" and it's the fourth track of "Graffiti", the newest effort by Chris Brown. When he sings "Damn I want my baby back"/"it's so cold without her"/"she's gone" and on, one can't help but remember the incident involving him and his then girlfriend, Rihanna. A subtle message asking for forgiveness, a chance of saying - once again - what probably he had not the chance to do in person. Subtle because it's not really directed to a person specifically, but we all know who she is...

In general, "Graffiti" could be called a remarkable evolution from both of his previous albums, "Chris Brown" and "Exclusive". More mature, self-reflective in many moments (listen to "Lucky Me", "Fallin' Down" and "I'll Go", the three which wraps up the record), even less annoying I should say. Fairly balanced between dancing and slow tunes, far from being a "deja vu" thing. Except for one moment or another, the concept is all brand new. Much to my delight, it was nice to find that "Pass Out", besides having an uplifting vibe, contains samples of one of my Steve Winwood's favorites, "Valerie". I have never heard Chris trying a sample before - at least one which was noticeable to me - and if this is correct, it's just one more evidence that this album is entirely different in creative terms, and therefore it's worth listening.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By B. Awosika on December 8, 2009
Format: Audio CD
When Chris was just a kid and came out with 'Run It' he had the music industry sitting back in awe. Despite his world-wide success he was just a teen with an average voice but great performance skills. On "Graffiti" Chris Brown shows the world his maturity as a musician. This is very evident especially in songs like 'Sing Like Me' and 'Crawl'. Other songs like 'Pass Out' and 'I Can Transform Ya' are upbeat and will definitely keep you on your toes and 'Wait' with Trey Songz is for everyone that ever considered themself a true RnB fan. As I remember someone else saying "'Graffiti' is an accurate portrayal of Chris. Lighthearted at times, very deep and introspective at others and an overdose of pure, raw talent". I really cannot do this album any justice no matter how much I try to. This is definitely one of Chris Brown's best albums.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Music Lover on December 20, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Chris Brown releases another cd that is well worth the money spent on it. Brown has released two successful cds prior to this one and does not disappoint in Graffiti. It is obvious his voice has matured and his range is amazing (although often enhanced by auto-tune). Chris Brown delivers a cd with several sure-fire hits, which can be a hard feat after his second cd Exclusive. This cd brings with it catchy hooks and subject matter that is sure to get the fans to talk about who he may be singing about.

I Can Transform Ya - great hip-hop/pop track that feat Li'l Wayne and Swizz Beatz
Sing Like Me - beautiful mid-tempo song and catchy melody & hook
Crawl - a beautiful song about regret and repairing a damaged relationship
So Cold - catchy pop tune about a loved one who is gone
What I Do - catchy pop tune feat Plies
Famous Girl - great songwriting with a twist on the title; you might keep this one on replay
Take My Time - a follow up attempt to Take You Down feat producer/singer Tank; may be a bit racy for the young fans
I.Y.A. - dance track; catchy hook; think of Forever or an 80s track; it reminds me of Prince for some reason
Pass Out - another dance track; think of Forever or even Keri Hilson/Timbaland; my daughter LOVES this one
Wait feat Trey Songz & Game - lyrically raunchy and double meanings, but the beat and melody are HOTTT!
Lucky Me - a conflicted perspective - torn between stardom and being normal (the weight of the world on his shoulders)
Falling Down - well written track; my daughter loves this song as well
I'll Go - one of the only songs that lets his beautiful and natural voice shine as he sings about agreeing to leave a relationship if he is unwanted; some may think it is a boring track, but I thought it was nice to hear his voice without the autotune and other effects

Troubles aside, Chris Brown is a talent that cannot be ignored.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By L. Graham on December 10, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Transform Ya - 10/10 - Very good vocals, hot beat, and Lil Wayne pushed it up a couple of notches. If you like Chris Brown and/or Lil Wayne, this song is hot.

Sing Like Me - 8/10 - Nice beat, better vocals.

Crawl - 9/10 - Sounds like an Backstreet Boys song, but it works very well in the context. Lovely song.

So Cold - 9/10 - Nice beat and love the message behind the song.

What I Do - 7/10 - Okay lyrics, but pretty cool music.

Famous Girl - 8/10 - Nice rhythm, and I like how the song acknowledges both people in the relationship were wrong at some point without pointing blame. I feel this song was really good at hitting points without crossing the edge. But I guess with two heartbroken men writing it sounds jaded to some folks.

Take My Time - 7/10 - Would have been a better song if there were no other people on the song. I love Tank and all, but I think sexy songs like this should be solo attempts. Other than that, I like Chris' energy on it.

I.Y.A. - 7/10 - In and of itself, it's not a bad song. however, for the other mature songs on here, it stands out as a bubblegum song. This would have been really good on his first album, it would have been good on Exclusive. It just didn't seem to fit on a mature, emotional album.

Pass Out - 8/10 - Cool little techno bit, had a Forever feel to it. I wasn't feeling the Rihanna lyrics that the girl did on her verse, nor her voice, but it is a nice song to relax and dance to.

Wait - 10/10 - Hot beat and love Trey Songz in this. Very good song. If you don't get the album, this one is worth downloading.

Lucky Me - 7/10 - Song that has to grow on me, like the message, but not the way it was executed.
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