Chris Brown has said that he wants his upcoming album F.A.M.E. to sell one million copies in it’s first week out. In an NYC radio interview, Chris gave his reasons why he is setting the bar high.
He said, “I wouldn’t consider it jinxing myself, but I always dream big. I wouldn’t have thought when I was 15 I would be able to do this music. I would love to just solidify that, as much as ya’ll wanna keep talking about stuff, bringing stuff up, ya’ll can’t stop [my] music.”
Chris continued, “I would love to do like a mill the first week, honestly. And that’s really pushing, and I know that’s pushing, but I’m happy with anything I sell. If I sell 100,000 like last time, I’m cool.”
- Chris said that he chalked up the disappointing sales of his 2009 Graffiti to poor timing. The album was released months after his Rihanna incident. He said, “My last Graffiti album was only 100,000, but it was a lot more added to it back then. Right now it’s a more comfortable position. People are accepting the music now.”
- Chris Brown’s F.A.M.E. hits stores tomorrow (March 22nd).