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Official Cover Art of Chris Brown's 'F.A.M.E.'

February 15, 2011 (4:17 am) GMT
Breezy is 'forgiving all his enemies' in the painting-like cover art of his new album 'F.A.M.E.'
Official Cover Art of Chris Brown's 'F.A.M.E.'

has unwrapped his upcoming studio album "" which is going to be released in the United States on March 22. The artwork to be featured on the front page of the CD depicts a painting-like image of the R&B performer with a number of smaller images around it.

In a recent radio interview, Breezy said he no longer refers "F.A.M.E" to "Forgiving All My Enemies" but calls it "Fans Are My Everything." The artist, who was bombarded with negative publicities following his altercation with , explained, "It's something totally more close to my heart."

"Initially when I first thought of the whole concept, it was like 'F all my enemies' 'cause I was so mad and dealing with a whole bunch of bull," he said more. "I was kinda just mad about everything, like 'leave me alone!' Then I kinda matured and thought about it and it was 'forgiving all my enemies'."

The newly-revealed cover art still features "Forgiving All My Enemies" as the tagline though.

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