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Posted by beansss AKP STAFF Monday, December 10, 2018

Chris Brown searching for top K-Pop artists to collaborate with in 2019


According to reports on December 11, American singer Chris Brown recently signed a contract with Contents Deal, a subsidiary of K-Star Music, in orderto seek collaboration opportunities with top K-Pop artists.

Reportedly, Chris Brown is currently searching for collaboration opportunities with various Korean and Chinese artists, including idol group members, for joint music releases in 2019.

In response to the reports, Contents Deal stated, "We are currently negotiating with numerous foreign artists including Chris Brown, with many of the negotiations in their final stages, or already completed. We plan on displaying various contents beginning in January of next year."

What do you think of Chris Brown working with K-Pop artists?

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trogdorthe8th3,662 pts Monday, December 10, 2018 7
Monday, December 10, 2018

I would think that most companies wouldn't want to touch the guy with a ten-foot pole considering all the scandals he's had abusing women. We've seen how it can end careers for Korean artists (and rightfully so in most cases), but if this is the route he's going, I think it's a pretty cheap shot. The guy's career isn't going much of anywhere in the west given not only the nature of what he's done, but the number of times he's done it. I'm not saying people can't change, but I'm truly surprised that any company would want their artists to collaborate with him given the stigma around him for being an abusive person. I get that people might argue with his name comes notoriety, but there has to be a line somewhere. I don't wish bad things for him, but he's definitely the wrong move for anyone in the K-pop industry trying to do a Western collab. I loved his music back in the day, so it was a real shame for me when his true colors came out, so I could no longer support him as an artist. Oh well, feel free to disagree with me, but I just think this reeks of desperation and him trying to ride the K-wave after some artists finding success in the west.


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pandabarrels8 pts Monday, December 10, 2018 0
Monday, December 10, 2018

Please stay the hell away from him. I still remember how poorly he treated T-ara when he reached out to work with them. He's only looking to benefit himself. Besides, he's become a real creep over the years.



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