Chris Brown is changing things up on his upcoming album X.
In an interview on AXS TV's "SKEE Live," Chris reveals that he's actually planning to make X a double-album with ten songs on each record.
The move is a spin on the album's title, which could be read as the Roman numeral for the number ten. Breezy says he's merely waiting on approval for his record label RCA Records.
Chris also detailed his collaboration with Kendrick Lamar called "Autumn Leaves." He says Kendrick wrote the track from "the mindset of a critic" who was coaching Chris through the song.
Brown also praised the up-and-coming rapper, saying it's "amazing how lyrical he is." Chris Brown's X is slated to arrive later this year.
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