Chris Brown needs your help, he says, to get radio play [poll]
Chris Brown appears to have reached out to his fans Wednesday on the website SayNow.com, asking for their help in getting more airplay for his singles. Guess he didn't get the memo that things are tough all over? Still ...
"It's on the fans and what you guys do [whatever is] in y'all power to bring me back because that's all I need, is you guys," the message at the C. Breezy account says. "Nothing else will do that except for the fans. There's nothing else that I can do. I'm doing everything that I need to do. I'm doing me as a person and I'm a better guy. But it's on y'all.
We here at the Ministry know all too well that Chris Brown fans are a loyal and expressive bunch, never shy when it comes to speaking out. So extremely not shy, as a matter of fact, that we often can't publish a lot of what is submitted on posts about C.B.
So we don't doubt that fans will call up a storm, even if the C. Breezy SayNow account has seen only a bit more than a quarter-million listens to all 35 of its messages. The question is, will it make a difference? (And would being heard more on the radio be good for Chris?)
Our Department of Absolutely Accurate Online Statistics presents a nonscientific online poll:
-- Christie D'Zurilla
P.S.: Regular readers know that we don't publish comments that include profanity (even the mild stuff, even if you put in dashes or asterisks) and we also don't publish comments calling for physical harm to others -- so don't say we didn't warn you.
Photo: Chris Brown performs Nov. 18, 2009 at the Avalon Theatre in Los Angeles. Credit: Alex Gallardo / Los Angeles Times