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Download links and information about Graffiti by Chris Brown. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 51:49 minutes.

Artist: Chris Brown
Release date: 2009
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul
Tracks: 13
Duration: 51:49
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No. Title Length
1. I Can Transform Ya (feat. Lil Wayne & Swizz Beatz) 3:48
2. Sing Like Me 4:15
3. Crawl 3:56
4. So Cold 3:38
5. What I Do (feat. Plies) 4:00
6. Famous Girl 3:39
7. Take My Time (feat. Tank) 4:38
8. I.Y.A. 3:08
9. Pass Out (feat. Eva Simons) 3:52
10. Wait (feat. Trey Songz & Game) 4:30
11. Lucky Me 5:10
12. Fallin Down 4:10
13. I'll Go 3:05



Chris Brown started work on Graffiti in 2008, but the album’s course changed — along with everything else in his life — in February 2009, when Brown’s physical attack on Rihanna ignited a media firestorm that threatened to derail his career. The excellent “I Can Transform Ya,” “What I Do” and “Wait” exemplify Brown’s talent for futuristic, club-oriented R&B, and show what the album would have looked like had the Rihanna incident never happened. Regardless, the most crucial songs on Graffiti are those that address the assault. In “Crawl,” “So Cold,” “Famous Girl” and “Fallin’ Down” Brown speaks directly to Rihanna, and to his credit, he manages to express anguish, regret, and affection in a way that he hadn’t been able to in interviews. The closing song, “Gotta Be Ur Man,” is overbearing and desperate, and Graffiti is better ended with “I’ll Go,” which strikes the proper tone of acceptance and love: “If I don't come back, girl your love was worth it, that's the one thing I know / And if I don't make it back, girl remember that I said I'd go.”