Due to complications with sample clearance, Breezy has not been able to publicly release the tune.
The American Music Awards won’t change Chris Brown‘s devotion to Michael Jackson. As you may know, the father of three was scheduled to perform a tribute to the late great during the recent event, but it was regrettably postponed at the last minute.
Breezy expressed his displeasure with the choice publicly (as did a large number of other industry leaders), but he’s still doing his best to express his admiration for the “Thriller” musician.
In the beginning, we had a brief glimpse of the practice footage for what would have been his famed MJ routine.
Brown’s song, “Transparency,” supposedly ran into difficulties, particularly while trying to gain permission for the music. It remains in his archives as a result, even though, according to him, inquiries concerning it are frequent.
He earlier stated in the caption of an Instagram image dated December 1st, “I know y’all been on me ’bout dis one.” The R&B singer included a screen recording of the first two minutes of the unreleased song’s audio in the accompanying video, just enough to start his fans pleading for a release date right away.
“(We couldn’t clean the sample and we felt it detracted from the song if the music wasn’t there),” Breezy stated. I keep getting questions about this obnoxious song from everyone and their mother.
Unsurprisingly, Twitter people concurred with Brown and flocked to the site to plead for the song’s formal release. One individual wrote, “Run him the dang clearance!!!”