Chris Brown covers The Source Magazine’s 2011 Summer Heat issue for June/July as the Bible of Hip-Hop Music, Culture and Politics’ “R&B ARTIST of the SUMMER.”
The adoration and scrutiny that Chris Brown has received from fans and critics over the past few years has culminated into the first number one album of his career (F.A.M.E.), chart-topping singles and a rejuvenated outlook on success. Author and former Source editor Aliya S. King conducts the first Chris Brown magazine interview in over a year, where Brown opens up about his return to the top of the charts, what it is like being Chris Brown the superstar and his progression as an artist as he dabbles into rap.
Source: What is the hardest part about being Chris Brown?
CB: The hardest thing about Chris Brown is understanding that you’re “Chris Brown”. I just noticed the value of my brand, and who I am as a person now.
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