In an interview with Rap-Up magazine on September 2, 2011, Kevin McCall revealed that he has been collaborating “heavily” with Brown on the album, stating: “The Fortune album is really done. Chris Brown has four albums done if he wants to … But the album's done and it's great. I like it better than F.A.M.E. personally. Producer David Banner told NeonLimeLight.com on September 20 that the album will "bring people back to the clubs” and that it will “change the way people look at R&B.” He also revealed details of a song that he and Brown worked on for the album, saying: “When I tell you, you know how they don't play that much R&B in the club no more? … The song that me and Chris made, they are going to play it like they used to play Jodeci. Like they used to play Keith Sweat. The song that me and Chris made is so jamming.”
In January 2012, Brown confirmed via Twitter that the album will include dubstep tracks. It was also made known that the album is in the final stages of recording. In addition, Brown has been in the studio working on the album with Asher Roth, Wiz Khalifa, will.i.am and Kid Sister.
|2.||Turn Up The Music|
|3.||Don’t Judge Me (feat. Meek Mill)|
|4.||4 Years Old|
|5.||One Of These Nights|
|8.||Get It (feat. 2 Chainz)|
|10.||Stuck On Stupid|
|13.||Don’t Wake Me Up|
|15.||I Love You|
|17.||Wait For You|
|18.||Remember My Name|
|19.||Gliden (feat. Wiz Khalifa)|
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