Chris Brown may not be happy with his management team.
The 24-year-old singer-songwriter and dancer has been promoting his upcoming sixth studio album "X" for months. Although it was initially given a July 16 release date, the singer seemed to reveal his frustrations concerning the reported changing of the release date on Twitter.
"My management is so incompetent at times that they don't communicate," Brown wrote in a tweet that was later deleted but re-tweeted by fans. "So teambreezy.. Blame these wack (expletives) for the release being moved."
However, Brown did tweet another message about being unsure of release dates for his music and his receiving misinformation about it.
"Video/single will be released soon," Brown tweeted recently. "Not gonna tell y'all an exact date becuz I keep getting false info. (SIC)"
While the singer may not be clear about the release date of his new material, he has opened up about what fans can expect to hear on his upcoming sixth studio album.
"X is also a metaphor, as in 'ex-girlfriend', it implies you're progressing and moving on in life, not holding on to the past and your old ways," Brown told Rolling Stone magazine earlier this year. "Whether it's personal or life experiences- my girl, my exes, love in general or just reality – I'm putting all that into this album. That's the basis of what X is and who Chris Brown is."
The singer made it clear that his personal experiences would be revealed on "X."
"This album has a lot of substance from the subject matter and the situations to how it deals with love," Brown told Rolling Stone. "It's really derived from personal experiences."
Brown told MTV that he has grown as a singer and person which fans will get a glimpse of on his new album.
"It's also about being a reject in a sense," Brown told MTV. "In me being myself, being able to grow up, me not always hanging around the right crowd or doing the right thing all the time- it's me saying, 'I'm over it. I'm past the (expletive) now.'"