American rapper, singer and song writer, Chris Brown had tremendous success in the music industry over the years. Prior to his upcoming birthday (May 5), we take a look at 5 of his best albums since 2005.
F.A.M.E (forth studio album)
The album, F.A.M.E, released in 2011 is rated the best album by Chris Brown ever! It was his first album to reach the number one on the U.S billboards 200. We cannot underestimate the success of this album, having featured great songs such as “Deuces”, “She aint you” and “Look at me now”.
Chris Brown (First debut album)
Second on the list is his first album of 2005, which he named after himself. The album made it in the second position on the U.S billboard 200. The success is courtesy of great tracks such as “Gimme that”, the remix “Run it”, “Young love”, “Yo” and many other amazing songs from this album.
Exclusive (second album)
Exclusive was Chris brown’s second album, released on June 2007. It was undoubtedly one of the best albums of 2007, making it Chris brown’s third best album of all time. The songs that did best in Exclusive include “With you”, “Kiss kiss”, “Superhuman” and “I wanna be”.
Graffiti (third studio album)
Released on July 2009, the album brought to us amazing tracks such as “I can transform ya”, “Sing like me”, among others. This makes the album the fourth best by Chris Brown, managing to peak at position 10 in the U.S billboard 200.
Heart break on a full moon (eighth studio album)
Heartbreak on a full moon was released on October 2017, and is ranked the fifth best album out of the 8 albums by Chris Brown on BestEverAlbums.com.