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Chris Brown feat Lil Wayne & Swizzy - I Can Transform Ya

This tune receives numerous wheels when I'm 'ere!!! Swizz Beats brought tha Monster back out for this one

I remember when Swizzy was the King of them powerful NY neck-breakers. This isn't that but it's still a killer track. Weezy F. Baby actully reps himself on this feature. Seems like a rarity that Wayne is featuring on a track (non-YM/Birdman) lol. Remember when he was on everything?!

In parts the video reminds me of what Omarion previewed of his new video the other day

Why is he flowing like Lil' Wayne? Gucci is that guy! King of Dance is a good shout. I've seen him and Chris perform and thought his was more "OH Sh*t, that was siiiiiick!!!" than Chris

Chris Brown's other track Crawl is an ard body ballad!

I don't think/know he can't sing this song live. I'm sure it's a session singer singing the chorus. Either way his voice is Autotuned up for tuning purpose as opposed to T-Pain'n.

With him an Rihanna both releasing tracks at the moment, I take it there is a chance both will be releasing an album near each other? Will be interesting to see Chris' first week numbers. Radio airplay and singles charts are smoke screens to me. Based on quality of tracks, he's goin' IN!


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