Even while incarcerated, Chris Brown ran R&B. Thanks to his Kid Ink collabos and mega hit "Loyals," Breezy has been prepping to make a killing once more, despite the legal drama.
At the BET Awards Radio Room, veteran producer Jermaine Dupri talked about second chances and Brown's return to the stage.
"“He’s a star, though. I told people when he came out of jail, he’s going to be Tupac," he told Miss Info. "He’s an R&B singer and a singer’s music is supposed to go farther than rap. And, it stretches over different boundaries. To me, he’s going to be more famous than Tupac. I mean, he’s a star, and I can’t front on it.”
Watch the full Q&A with JD above.