You might think you know Chris Brown, but you have no idea. The singer has been in the news for both positive and negative reasons, and because of that, there is a lot of misinformation floating around about him. Well, we’re here to clear all of that up. With that in mind, here we present our list of 15 things you probably didn’t know about Chris Brown. Check out part one below, and stay tuned for part two, coming soon!
Number Fifteen: He Has Been Acting Since He Was Very Young. Brown was in elementary school when he starred in his first play, titled Elfis. The play was inspired by the life of Elvis Presley.
Number Fourteen: He Is an Executive Producer. It’s no secret that Brown played a role in the film Takers, but did you know he was an executive producer for the film as well? Well, now you do.
Number Thirteen: He Was on The O.C. You probably feel like we are hitting you over the head with Brown’s acting career, but it really is quite prolific! In 2007, Brown appeared in three different episodes of Fox’s The O.C.
Number Twelve: He Collaborated With Nicki Minaj. Brown worked with Minaj on her single, titled “Only.” He has collaborated with her on several other occasions, and he often collaborated with the YCMB family. In fact, his name is included in label’s name: his initials are CMB.
Number Eleven: He Is a Big Fan of Art. Brown is such a big fan of art that he even decided to collaborate with artist Ron Bass on a project. The project featured art in the outdoors, and it involved him traveling from city to city.
Number Ten: He Is in the Clouds With Diddy. Brown joined the ranks of Diddy when he released his debut album, which was self-titled. The album featured his hit single, “Run It!,” and the single topped the Billboard Hot 100. This made Brown the very first lead male artist to have a debut chart-topping single since Diddy in 1997.
Number Nine: Math Was His Favorite Subject in School. Though Brown left school in 2004 to focus on his career, he was not a bad student, and math was allegedly his favorite subject.