"Somewhere Over My Head represents my growth in music and ultimately where I feel I fit now as an artist. The songs, lyrically, express my journey to eighteen and the trials, tribulations, and adventures that come along with that road."
Until the rest drops in early 2016, we have an exclusive acoustic performance of his single Afterlife — just Greyson and a piano!
We mean, the Parks And Recreation alum simply crushed it when he compared those who've support Brown throughout his many legal woes to Trump voters. He quipped:
"I'm sure there's a lot of people that voted for Trump the same way a lot of people listen to the music of Chris Brown, where it's like, 'Hey, man! I'm just here for the tunes. ... I don't know about that other stuff. I just like the dancing and the music. I don't condone the extracurriculars."
HIGHlarious! The Master Of None creator didn't stop there as he added:
"If you think about it, Donald Trump is basically the Chris Brown of politics. And 'Make America Great Again' is his 'These hoes ain't loyal.'"
Accurate. Obviously, C.Breezy didn't enjoy the jab as he took to Instagram and responded in a since-deleted video: