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Chris Brown says R&B will not be useless.

The Breezy singer has a response to Diddy’s query, “Who killed R&B?” which led to a large debate on social media and has drawn responses from a number of R&B artists like Tory Lanez, Summer time Walker, Kehlani, and Mary J. Blige whom all dispute that the style is “useless.”

Chris Brown shared a prolonged response on Instagram the place he mentioned that the trade isn’t being pushed as different genres and that primarily “rubbish” music was being promoted to followers.

The rapper shut down the argument that the style is useless as he mentioned that it’s all about the way in which gatekeepers don’t interact in R&B music.

“WHENS THE LAST TIME YOU HEARD A SLOW SONG ON THE RADIO???? NI**AS SAYING R&B IS DEAD… RESPECTFULLY SHUT UP!” he mentioned. “Folks now a days need quick meals as a substitute of an actual meal… DONT BLAME THE REAL SINGERS OUT HERE BEKUZ WHAT CHANNELS DO PEOPLE HAVE TO SEE MUSIC VIDEOS BET DAMN SURE DONT NEITHER DOES MTV. AND THEN THE INDUSTRY BE FORCING SH*T ON THE PEOPLE WHEN THE REAL MUSIC LOVERS KNOW THAT SH*T IS GARBAGE.”

The singer additionally added a second story, “R&B ain’t useless… YALL NI**AS JUST UGLY.”

Chris Brown additionally shared Tank’s new album cowl for ‘R&B Cash,’ including that if the style was useless, then why would all of the rappers be appearing as in the event that they have been singers? Tank insisted that lots of people aren’t actually tuning into actual music.

Chris Brown additionally didn’t entertain Diddy’s assertion. “DONT KNOW WHAT THE F**Okay PUFF [Diddy] TALKNG BOUT,” he wrote.

Days in the past, Diddy requested the query as he introduced his new R&B label, Love Data. The previous Dangerous Boy label boss has mentioned that the style is declining, and his label is right here to save lots of the music. Nonetheless, many, together with Mary J. Blige, disputed Diddy’s declare as she identified that there’s good R&B from proficient artists however that there was no help for it, particularly on the radio, which now not performs R&B as typically as different genres particularly rap and hip hop which has grown to immeasurable heights lately.

Diddy defended his statements on Friday after the backlash.

“It’s been 3 days of the talk…That is the readability of the message…It’s not disrespect to anyone,” the “Gotta Transfer On” singer wrote. “This dialog was out of affection and me purposely eager to convey consideration to R&B! It was one thing that I noticed the impact of the Hip hop and R&B steadiness. That steadiness is honesty and realness when it comes collectively, melodies, vulnerability and most significantly LOVE.”

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