If his latest album's number-one Billboard debut is any indication, Chris Brown is the most beloved pariah in pop music. His marketing strategy for the record was especially clever for someone with an approval rating on a par with Muammar Gaddafi's; the title's an acronym for Fans Are My Everything, a go-for-broke dedication to the core audience (teenage girls and weirdos) that stuck by him even after the whole... you know.
It helped that he rolled out F.A.M.E. with a string of slickly produced hit singles: Deuces, Yeah 3x and current roof-burner Look At Me Now, and that the music industry (including Justin Bieber and a third of the hip-hop community, who appear on the album) has given him a second chance. If you already didn't like Brown - he would classify you as a "hater" - this album's combination of lewd (Wet The Bed, No Bullshit) and saccharine (Next 2 You, Should've Kissed You) content, delivered in that gross, oozing cadence of his, will only aggravate you further.
Top track: Look At Me Now