Marking a strong departure, 'Beautiful People' is a European club track with no signs of Brown's previous indulgences in American Motown, R&B, or hip-hop. The track is comprised of pulsing synths that build under Benassi and Brown's staccato and auto-tuned melodies.
In perhaps a reaction to the recent controversies in Brown's personal life, this new track is unwaveringly positive and uplifting. "Everywhere that I've been / The only thing that I see is beautiful people/ Don't you know / Don't you know / You're beautiful."
With this, his third single from 'F.A.M.E.,' Brown hopes to continue his chart-climbing success. The album's first single 'Yeah 3x' peaked at No. 15 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart, while 'Look At Me Now,' featuring Lil Wayne and Busta Rhymes, debuted at No. 11.
'F.A.M.E.' is an acronym that has been reported to mean either "Fans Are My Everything" or "Forgive All My Enemies." In an interview with SingersRoom, the 21-year-old performer said his fourth studio effort is about "being able to see me go from my best times to my worst times and being able to overcome it and grow into a man."
Although Brown comes from a humble background, his singing, dancing and acting talent has helped him become a Hollywood triple-threat. Beyond his musical successes, Brown starred in and executive produced 2010's 'Takers,' which grossed over $65 million and opened at the No. 1 at the box office.
Listen to 'Beautiful People' now on AOL Radio's New Pop First station.