Chris Brown is setting a new release date for his long-delayed album X.
On Twitter, the singer announced plans to release the album on May 5th. He also called the album "by far [his] best."
Chris had originally scheduled the album to arrive last summer. Since then, the album has undergone several delays. The singer has also revealed that X will be a double disc album that has ten songs on each disc.
Meantime, TMZ reports that Chris Brown has wrapped up his court-ordered stint in anger management rehab. A Los Angeles judged forced him to spend 90-days in a residential rehab facility after he was charged with assault in Washington D.C. Brown's D.C. assault case will continue on April 17th.
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