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He also made a guest appearance on Ludacris' single "What Them Girls Like" alongside Sean Garrett.
The song peaked at number 17 on the US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, and number eight on the US Hot Rap Songs chart.
According to him, he would experiment a different musical direction for his new album—titled Graffiti—while hoping to emulate singers Prince and Michael Jackson.
He stated, "I wanted to change it up and really be different.
The re-released version featured four new tracks, including the single "Forever", which reached number two on Billboard Hot 100.
It wasn't a problem because I knew that he could sing, and I knew how to make records." Brown ultimately chose Jive due to its successful work with then-young acts such as Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake.
Brown stated, "I picked Jive because they had the best success with younger artists in the pop market, [...] I knew I was going to capture my African American audience, but Jive had a lot of strength in the pop area as well as longevity in careers." After being signed to Jive Records in 2004, Brown began recording his self-titled debut studio album in February 2005.
In addition to his solo commercial success, Brown has been featured on several singles such as "No Air", a duet with singer Jordin Sparks, "Shortie Like Mine" with the rapper Bow Wow and "Shawty Get Loose" alongside Lil Mama and T-Pain. (2011) became his first to top the Billboard 200; it spawned the singles "Yeah 3x", "Look at Me Now", and "Beautiful People". Throughout his career, Brown has won several awards, including 14 BET Awards, 5 Billboard Music Awards, and 5 Soul Train Music Awards.
The songs have peaked at number three, number nine, number ten and eight on the US Billboard Hot 100 respectively. According to Billboard, Brown has the seventh most Hot 100 entries on the chart with 90. "I just knew I wanted to be part of it." The negotiations with Def Jam continued for two months, and Davis then lost her job due to a corporate merger.
"Kiss Kiss", featuring and produced by T-Pain, was released as the album's second single.