Chris Brown

Chris Brown

BornMay 5, 1989
BirthplaceVirginia
  • 9.5m
    Spotify
  • 568k
    Instagram
  • 31.1m
    Twitter

Chris Brown is an American singer who was born in Virginia on May 5, 1989. Chris Brown has a large number of listeners on Spotify with about 9.5 million followers and a popularity score of 91 out of 100 as of 2018. His most popular track on Spotify is "No Guidance (feat. Drake)" from the album Indigo. Chris Brown's Instagram account (@drchrisbrown) has a reasonably sized following with around 568,000 followers. His recent posts to Instagram have gotten about 8,800 likes each.

Chris Brown Popular Songs

Popularity
91/100
Followers
9.5m
TrackPopularity
Indigo1
No Guidance (feat. Drake)
Indigo
Freaky Friday (feat. Chris Brown)2
Freaky Friday (feat. Chris Brown)
Freaky Friday (feat. Chris Brown) - Single
G Walk (with Chris Brown)3
G Walk (with Chris Brown)
G Walk (with Chris Brown) - Single
Indigo4
Don't Check On Me (feat. Justin Bieber & Ink)
Indigo
Light It Up (with Tyga & Chris Brown)5
Light It Up (with Tyga & Chris Brown)
Light It Up (with Tyga & Chris Brown) - Single
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With 9.5 million followers and a popularity score of 91 out of 100 as of 2018, Chris Brown is one of the most popular artists on Spotify. Indigo, Freaky Friday (feat. Chris Brown) - Single, and G Walk (with Chris Brown) - Single are some of the more popular Chris Brown albums. Notable tracks from these albums include No Guidance (feat. Drake), Freaky Friday (feat. Chris Brown), and G Walk (with Chris Brown). No Guidance (feat. Drake) is the most popular track from Chris Brown, scoring 89 out of 100 on the popularity scale. Freaky Friday (feat. Chris Brown) and G Walk (with Chris Brown) have popularity scores of 78 and 76, respectively. The Spotify popularity score is on a scale from 0 to 100 and reflects the number of times the song has been played and how recently it has been played.

Chris Brown Instagram

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  • 568k
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Chris Brown
Veterinarian and TV Host @imacelebrityau, @livingroomtv, @takeawayau and @vetgonewildofficial. For my latest pet tips head to 👇🏼
http://www.drool.pet/
Sure an animal that can produce hundreds of litres of snot should probably be avoided but tonight I’m working with @drvanessapirotta who uses a special drone to catch whale snot as a way of checking their health. As humpback whales migrate up the coast from Antarctica, millions of bacteria and viruses can come along for the ride. And this drone catches them in the most amazing way. 
But seriously, if you had the chance to smell a whale’s breath wouldn’t you take it? 
Tonight on @livingroomtv at 730 #thelivingroom @heliguyscientificChris Brown Instagram: Sure an animal that can produce hundreds of litres of snot should probably be avoided but tonight I’m working with @drvanessapirotta who uses a special drone to catch whale snot as a way of checking their health. As humpback whales migrate up the coast from Antarctica, millions of bacteria and viruses can come along for the ride. And this drone catches them in the most amazing way. But seriously, if you had the chance to smell a whale’s breath wouldn’t you take it? Tonight on @livingroomtv at 730 #thelivingroom @heliguyscientific
Sure an animal that can produce hundreds of litres of snot should probably be avoided but tonight I’m working with @drvanessapirotta who uses a special drone to catch whale snot as a way of checking their health. As humpback whales migrate up the coast from Antarctica, millions of bacteria and viruses can come along for the ride. And this drone catches them in the most amazing way. 
But seriously, if you had the chance to smell a whale’s breath wouldn’t you take it? 
Tonight on @livingroomtv at 730 #thelivingroom @heliguyscientificChris Brown Instagram: Sure an animal that can produce hundreds of litres of snot should probably be avoided but tonight I’m working with @drvanessapirotta who uses a special drone to catch whale snot as a way of checking their health. As humpback whales migrate up the coast from Antarctica, millions of bacteria and viruses can come along for the ride. And this drone catches them in the most amazing way. But seriously, if you had the chance to smell a whale’s breath wouldn’t you take it? Tonight on @livingroomtv at 730 #thelivingroom @heliguyscientific
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