Breezy hears the “Sirens.” As if dropping his gold double album Heartbreak on a Full Moon wasn’t enough, Chris Brown unleashes yet another track called “Sirens,” which covers a wide range of topics, including bedroom boasts, drug dealing, and racism.
Over the haunting instrumental, the multifaceted singer-rapper kicks off his three-verse track with a rhyme about his sex game. “You know that I’m in love, if I fuck when your pussy bleed,” he raps. “Sending texts to your homegirl, ‘O-M-G.'”
Following a melodic hook in which he impersonates a siren’s sound, Breezy fires off a second verse about his upbringing with a warning about snitches. “Be careful with your wordplay,” he warns. “Ni**as be bitches, snitchin’ tellin’ them federal agents where the birds stay.”
Finally, Chris takes on the government with an aggressive third verse, in which he recalls holding a pistol at the age of 10. “Government lyin’, could give a fuck about your education,” he raps. “Don’t want an intelligent ni**a, keepin’ us intimidated / Instigatin’, let us kill each other, now they celebratin’ / Falling victim, takin’ us back to prison, yeah, we back to slavin’.”
Additionally, Brown’s Heartbreak on a Full Moon single “Privacy” has been certified platinum. He celebrated the news, writing, “PRIVACY IS PLATINUM!!! 17 PLATINUM RECORDS IN 2017! WIN BIG TEAM BREEZY.”