Today (Jan. 14), fans get to check out Breezy‘s official lead single “Iffy,” which sees production from Smash David, OG Parker and Blaq Tuxedo and sees him getting the party started with lines about his high lifestyle and the women that exist within it:
“Pinky ring worth ’bout two-fifty, two-tone my Lambo’, that’s drippy, bottle after bottle, now she tipsy, can’t trust these hoes ’cause they iffy, I know that your best friend gon’ slide now, party at my house, that’s a vibe now, ballin’ on these hoes like LeBron now, she spinnin’ off the top, that’s a freestyle…”
Upon its release, Breezy will follow 2019’s Indigo, which originally came with a whopping 30 songs (33 including bonus cuts) and a wealth of contributions from H.E.R., Juicy J, Nicki Minaj, G-Eazy, Lil Wayne, Gunna, Drake, Justin Bieber, and more. A short time later, an Extended version of Indigo arrived with 10 more tracks and collaborations alongside Davido, Rich The Kid, Yella Beezy, Sage The Gemini, DaniLeigh, and Tory Lanez. A year after Indigo, Brown would keep the proverbial party going by connecting with Young Thug for Slime & B, a well-received joint effort that boasted the hit single “Go Crazy” — that would subsequently evolve into a remix with Future, Lil Durk, and Latto.
Press play on the visual for Chris Brown‘s “Iffy” below, which contains all of the cinematic vibes to keep you well-entertained until Breezy finally makes landfall.