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drake album debuts at #1 and chris brown under attack and trey songs plans album reissue

"READ" MY LIPS: As expected Drake's new album If Your Reading This Its Too Late has topped the charts selling nearly 500,000 copies. Many people are speculating that the once mixtape, now album was a bid for Drake to inch his way out of his contract with Cash Money a lot faster. What do you think? And what has your verdict been on the album? Well something the verdict is out on is Chris Brown as he and his lady stepped out in furs and PETA came calling and they are not happy with him. Chris' response was 'suck my dick'. Typical Chris Brown reply right? Well I will say let the man wear what he wants to wear or he'll likely kick your ass. Someone who is a close friend to Chris Brown is Trey Songz. The two are currently on the Between The Sheets tour. Trey Songz has announced that he will re release his album Trigga as "Trigga Reloaded". The album will feature the new single Slow Motion and the album will be available in April."Trigga" was a really good album so I do think it deserves another chance. I think Trey's team needs to not drop so many singles before his album release. Trey and all artists to be exact. When you put out like four songs before your album, its like we already heard the album and people aren't as interested anymore. People's attention span is really short these days, mine especially. "Na Na" was a huge hit for Trey! I feel like his team and his label should of decided to drop this album shortly after the song reached its peak. What do you think? Do you think artists put too many single releases before their initial album release? I know artists like to flood the fans and listening public with songs to conjure up a buzz but sometimes less is more. Well until next time folks! I'll be glad once the weekend is here.
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