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Chris Brown Returns to Twitter and Starts Promoting His Music

March 12, 2010 (8:45 am) GMT
As an effort to promote his music, Chris Brown who previously claimed to have been boycotted by radios has opened a new account on Twitter.
Chris Brown

After claiming that radio stations refused to play his music and crying for fans' support on SayNow, decided to come back to popular micro-blogging site Twitter. After several posts, he then began promoting his music, writing " 'Too Freaky'... mixtape on fire right now."

"Too Freaky" is one of the songs recorded for his mixtape "In My Zone". The R&B singer released the mixtape, which includes a remake of 's single "I Invented Sex", on Valentine's Day this year. That marked for the very first time he dropped a mixtape.

Chris Brown left Twitter back in December 2009 after he threw tantrum on the social network, claiming that Walmart and other major stores had boycotted his album "". Before closing his account, he gave fans short message, thanking their support but providing no explanation about the exit.

The "Run It!" singer opened a new Twitter account under the name of chrisbrown.

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