Chris Brown, the extremely talented R&B singer, has decided to release his autobiographical documentary "Welcome to My Life". Brown has officially released trailer for the documentary which features the commentary of stars like Jamie Foxx, Usher, Jennifer Lopez and Rita Ora including his mother Joyce Hawkins describing Brown's ability to entertain people all over the world. See video for the trailer below.
About three minutes long trailer, directed and produced by Riveting Entertainment, reflects Brown's ups and downs including 2009 assault against his ex-girlfriend Rihana leading him to drug use and even suicidal thoughts.
"I felt like a f--king monster,” Brown expressed. “I was thinking about suicide and everything else. I wasn’t sleeping. I wasn’t eating. I was just getting high.”
Brown also mentioned "It was like a fairy tale. I went from being on top of the world, No. 1 songs, being kinda like America’s sweetheart to being public enemy No. 1.”
It is likely to include best and worst times of Brown's career in the documentary. It seems Brown wants a full stop in his career and review his life from beginning. Brown in his documentary has honestly spoken the fame and defeats he faced in his life. The R&B superstar, not only expressing his success but also focused on the negativity which misled him to a wrong path and encouraged all youngsters around the world.
\In the trailer, Chris Brown explains how it hurts being dropped from top of the peak to ground level. Brown also expresses the achievements and disappointment in his life.
Chris Brown had a controversial relationship with Rihana. The couple resumed dating in 2013, before separating again several months later. Brown, renowned to be R&B king, is likely to focus on his life after that scandal which let him too low in his career.
Chris Brown is estimated to have a net worth of $20 million.