Chris Brown Smirks in 'Boy in Detention' Cover Art
Chris Brown's upcoming mixtape "Boy in Detention", which is due for digital download on August 5, has been unwrapped. The first page of the street album will feature a graffiti-inspired artwork which was designed by Mina Kwon.
The official cover art boasts an image of Breezy wearing black shades and giving a smirk to the camera. A picture of a scantily-clad lady glancing at him over her shoulder is likely to emphasize his bad boy persona. Two burning sneakers on the background seem to represent his swag.
"Boy in Detention" is expected to be followed up by a brand new album called "Fortune". Details about the album are still scarce, but he recently confirmed that a newly-leaked song called "Open Road (I Love Her)" will be included in it. "I'm keeping it on fortune! I'll just add some stuff and mix it!" he tweeted.
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