Who needs haters when you're your own worst enemy? Chris Brown has been a self-saboteur since his infamous 2009 assault of Rihanna -- a talent whose skill for hit singles and agile performances is only matched by his knack for cannonballing into career-threatening pools of legal and PR problems. His sixth studio album, X, is a great example.
The LP was originally slated for release in late 2013, on the heels of single "Fine China," an instantly catchy tribute to Off the Wall-era Michael Jackson. But before you could call it a comeback, Brown was charged with assault in Washington, D.C., a parole violation that led to stints in rehab and...
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