Chris Brown, whose given name is Christopher Maurice Brown, is a famous American singer and composer. His latest hit is titled "Anarchy."
Chris Brown, who was born on May 5, 1989, is widely regarded as one of the most popular and influential R&B artists of all time. Some even call him the "King of R&B" with Usher and R. Kelly.
Chris Brown's sound has been described as polyhedric, with elements of hip hop and pop music particularly evident in his R&B.
Chris Brown has been inspired by a wide range of musicians, but Michael Jackson stands out as his primary source of musical influence. When it comes to modern figures, Usher is another who has influenced Brown. It's also possible to hear the influence of artists like Marvin Gaye, Sam Cooke, Ginuwine, Phil Collins, Bobby Brown, and R. Kelly.
Brown's flexibility and status as a genre-bending innovator have earned him praise from music reviewers, who applauded his foray into R&B. Many have characterized his musical style as polyhedral.
Brown's music has always been heavily influenced by hip hop, but he took a new approach to the genre after his 2010 mixtapes, rapping more frequently on mixtapes and features and including straight hip-hop songs like "Look at Me Now," "Till I Die," and "Loyal" on his albums, and performing live sets that alternate between his R&B singing and rapping, as he did in several tracks from his album Heartbreak on a Full Moon.
Chris Brown is one of the best-selling musicians of all time, with record sales of over 197 million. He also ranks among the top ten highest-earning African American performers in the history of the touring industry.
Chris Brown has more appearances on the Billboard Hot 100 than any male performer in the chart's history. Brown has received several accolades for his work, including a Grammy, 18 BET Awards, 4 Billboard Music Awards, and 13 Soul Train Music Awards.