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Exclusive (album) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Exclusive Studio album by Chris Brown Released November 3, 2007 (2007-11-03) (see release history) Recorded 2006–2007 Genre R&B, pop, hip hop Length 62:03 (standard U.S. edition) 78:17 (The Forever Edition) 67:37 (standard U.K. edition) Label Jive, Zomba Producer Bryan-Michael Cox, Paul Blanco, Dre & Vidal, Jazze Pha, Scott Storch, Morris Brothers, Kanye West, Swizz Beatz, T-Pain, The Underdogs, will.i.am, Stargate, The-Dream, The Runners, Tank, Polow da Don Professional reviews About.com 2007 Allmusic 2007 The Boston Globe (Positive) 2007 Entertainment Weekly (B-) 2007 The New York Times (Positive) 2007 Now 2007 PopMatters 2007 Rolling Stone 2007 Slant Magazine 2007 USA Today 2007 Chris Brown chronology Chris Brown (2005) Exclusive (2007) Graffiti (2009) Singles from Exclusive "Wall to Wall" Released: May 28, 2007 "Kiss Kiss" Released: September 11, 2007 "With You" Released: December 4, 2007 "Take You Down" Released: April 1, 2008 Alternate cover Exclusive: The Forever Edition Singles from Exclusive: The Forever Edition "Forever" Released: June 3, 2008 "Superhuman" Released: October 3, 2008 Exclusive is the second studio album by American pop/R&B singer Chris Brown. The album was originally scheduled to be released August 28, 2007, but was pushed back to October 30, 2007, then pushed back even further to its final release date of November 6, 2007. The album was commercially successful, reaching number 4 on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart on its debut. It sold 295,000 units within a week of release. The album yielded three Billboard Hot 100 top five singles, and was successful in music markets, entering the top twenty of many charts YouTube "Chili"-Video: Chris Brown Publicly Apologizes For Beating Rihanna
worldwide. Exclusive was set to re-release on June 3, 2008 as an expanded double-disc deluxe edition; a DVD counterpart was also released, featuring behind the scene footage music videos from his tour. The album has earned platinum certification in the United States from the Recording Industry Association of America and has sold more than two million copies worldwide. This album was #34 on Rolling Stone's list of the Top 50 Albums of 2007. Contents [hide] 1 History 2 Promotion 2.1 Appearances 2.2 The Up Close and Personal Holiday Exclusive Tour 3 Critical response 4 The Forever Edition 5 Singles 6 Awards and accolades 7 Chart performance 8 Track listing 8.1 Standard edition 8.2 Exclusive: The Forever Edition 8.2.1 DVD 9 BET Bonus DVD 10 Production 11 Charts and certifications 12 Release history 13 References  History The album was originally going to be titled Graduation, but was renamed due to rapper Kanye West's album going by the same name. In an interview with MTV Brown stated the following, I am still going to keep it so my younger fans can continue to listen to my music, but I got a couple of joints on there that's for some of the older people. The first single, which was "Wall to Wall", garnered minor success compared to Brown's previous singles. The track was produced by Sean Garrett. Chris Brown confirmed in a 106 & Park appearance that the second single is "Kiss Kiss", which features and is produced by T-Pain. The song "Nice" featuring The Game samples Stacee Adams' club hit "The Last Call". The rap part in "The Last Call" was also performed by The Game and was also penned by one of Brown's producers, Scott Storch.  Promotion  Appearances Chris Brown has been making in small concerts around Europe, including in the United Kingdom, Switzerland, Germany and many more for further promotion for Exclusive, beginning from March 6, 2008 until March 24, 2008. Chris Brown, most notably performing the medley Wall To Wall", "Umbrella" and "Kiss Kiss" duet with Rihanna at the 2007 MTV Video Music Awards. He also performing "Kiss Kiss" at the 2007 American Music Awards ceremony. He also has been making formal appearances around the UK to promote his newest single, "With You" which became his second top ten hit in the UK. He also performed "With You" and "Take You Down" at the 2008 BET Awards while dancing with Ciara.  The Up Close and Personal Holiday Exclusive Tour Chris Brown continues touring U.S. with Bow Wow in support for Exclusive visiting over thirty venues. The tour also featured some special guests including Sean Kingston, Soulja Boy Tell 'Em, Shop Boys, and Lil Mama. The remainder of this 2007/2008 trek started in Cincinnati, Ohio, on December 6, 2007 with final concert on February 3, 2008 in Honolulu, Hawaii. The documented footage was released on June 3, 2008 as the double album of Exclusive: The Forever Edition, including behind scenes, live performances and interviews.  Critical response Exclusive received "generally favorable reviews" from critics. Bill Lamb of About.com gave the album four out of five stars, characterized the album as "an admirably clean record that is unlikely to raise any fears from parents concerned about content. However, he does not sacrifice anything in utilizing the talents of a wide range of today's top R&B producers and songwriters. Chris Brown's music makes it abundantly clear that explicit sexual and drug content is not a requirement for a hit record". He also said "fans of Beyoncé’s smash B'Day may recognize some sounds here. The Stargate-produced "With You" borrows the instrumental context of "Irreplaceable" and the beat structure of "I'll Call Ya" will bring immediate comparisons to "Get Me Bodied". However, both are infused enough with Chris Brown's unique performing persona that he manages to make both songs his own". Rob Sheffield from Rolling Stone Magazine
said that “It's been a long stretch between Usher albums — long enough for Chris Brown to build a whole career, growing from a temporary substitute to an undeniably major pop star. He seals the deal with Exclusive, an all-grown-up album on a level with Justin Timberlake's Justified, Rihanna's Good Girl Gone Bad or even Bobby Brown's King of Stage, and gave the album three and a half out of five stars. Neil Drumming from Entertainment Weekly rated the album as B- said that, "Like his onscreen (This Christmas) character, Brown is most charming when he's playing up his youth: singing of MySpace romance, meeting his girl's 'pops,' and such". But he also said, "sadly, Brown's adolescent voice and playful scatting — while cute — are steamrolled by pushy collaborators, whether it's those Stargate guys (Ne-Yo, Rihanna) falling back on that ol' guitar noodling, or T-Pain milking his vocoder. Ease back, people, and let the boy sing". However, Sal Cinquemani of Slant Magazine criticized the unoriginality of the album, writing, "...there's still nothing very 'exclusive' about Exclusive at all." Michael Arceneaux of PopMatters wrote, "Exclusive seems aimless, an album where Brown is doing what he’s told versus being the anchor of his own ship."  The Forever Edition The album was re-released on 3 June 2008 in the U.S. and on June 22 in the U.K., titled Exclusive: The Forever Edition, making the track "Forever" the lead single of the re-release, produced by Polow da Don and written by Chris Brown, Andre Merritt, and Rob Allen. The album is going to have 4 additional tracks and a bonus DVD of an unreleased concert and behind the scenes footage.  Singles "Wall to Wall" was released as the album first single on May 28, 2007. It was a disappointment in chart performance in comparison with most of Brown's previous singles, reaching only number 79 in the Billboard Hot 100. "Kiss Kiss" which features rap from T-Pain released as the album second single on September 11, 2007, following the non-success of the first single. The single has a big success in the U.S., reaching number 1 the Billboard Hot 100 and number 6 in Canadian Hot 100. However, it failed the chart commercially worldwide, reaching the top ten only in Australia, Canada and New Zealand, but also reached number #1 in Brazil. Following the less successful worldwide chart performances of "Wall to Wall" and "Kiss Kiss", "With You" was released on December 4, 2007 in the United States as the album's third single, and the second single in most international music markets. It has since become one of the highest-charting singles of Brown's solo career, entering foreign music markets where previous efforts failed to chart on. So far it has reached the top ten in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, UK, and the United World Chart, and number #1 in Brazil. The first single from the re-release, "Forever" already climbed to number 3 both in U.S. and Canadian iTunes Top 100 just behind "4 Minutes" by Madonna featuring Justin Timberlake and "Bleeding Love" by Leona Lewis. The song debuted at number 9 on the Billboard Hot 100 due of its high digital sales, but dropped quickly due to the lack of sales in the following weeks, but and then re-entered the top ten again after the airplays increase and so far has peaked at number 2. This album has had four singles reach number-one in Brazil, "Wall to Wall", "Kiss Kiss", "With You" and "Forever", one of the albums which has had most singles reach number-one in 2007-2008. On June 22, 2008, Fearne & Reggie revealed on the UK chart show on Radio 1 that 3 tracks from the "Exclusive" album appeared in the top 40, 2 of which on the top 10. "With You" at number 35, "No Air" with Jordin Sparks at number 2, and "Forever" at number 5.   Awards and accolades In 2007, Exclusive was nominated for a Grammy Awards in a category of "Best Rap/Sung Collaboration" for "Kiss Kiss", his collaboration with T-Pain. However, the award was given to a 2007 rival single, "Umbrella" by Rihanna featuring Jay-Z. The album also nominated for a NAACP Image Awards in a category for "Best Album", while Chris himself won for "Best Male Artist". In the 2008 BET Awards Chris received 4 nominations in four categories, including "Best Male R&B Artist", "Best Collaboration" for "Kiss Kiss", and "Viewer’s Choice" for "Kiss Kiss" and "No Air", his duet with Jordin Sparks.  Chart performance The album debuted at number four on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart, selling roughly 294,498 copies in its first week. Although the album did have higher first week domestic sales than his freshman effort Chris Brown did, it failed to chart as high, because of the high competition on that week. So far, it has sold 1,778,099 units in U.S. and has been certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. Internationally, Exclusive gained moderate reactions in the first week of release. The album debuted outside the top 30 in most of the charts it's appeared on. But, when the third single, "With You" released worldwide in early 2008, the album climbed back into the top twenty in most of the chart because of the single worldwide successful, reaching number 3 in New Zealand, number 5 in Australia, number 11 in Ireland and number 14 in UK. It has gone Gold in Australia, Canada and UK, Platinum in New Zealand, Ireland and Brazil. The re-release also helped the album rise from #56 to #10 on Billboard 200 with 38,000 copies sold, about 261% sales increase that week. The Forever Edition also debuted at #18 in New Zealand before finally rising to #3 the next week, following the success of "Forever" which has stayed at #1 for 7 consecutive weeks. The re-release also peaked at #9 in Australia, whilst "Forever" continued to receive more airplay. Following the re-release, "Exclusive" jumped from
number 48 to number 3 in Ireland, before reaching number 2 following week. In the UK, the re-release entered the UK Albums Chart at #6, climbing to #3 the following week, outpeaking the peak U.S. position. It has offically been certified platnium status in the UK, becoming his first platnium album in the UK. 'Exclusive became Brown's first top ten album in both territories.  Track listing  Standard edition "Throwed" (C. Brown, B. Cox, D. Scantz, K. Dean, T. Shropshire) – 3:01 "Kiss Kiss" (featuring T-Pain) (C. Brown, T-Pain) – 4:10 "Take You Down" (C. Brown, H. Mason Jr, D. Thomas, S. Russell, J. Fauntleroy II, L. Edwards) – 4:05 "With You" (J. Austin, M.S. Eriksen, T.E. Hermansen, E. Lind, A. Bjorklund) – 4:12 "Picture Perfect" (featuring will.i.am) (C. Brown, W. Adams, K. Hariss, R. Carmichael) – 4:12 "Hold Up" (featuring Big Boi) (A. Harris, V. Davis, J. Harris, R. Toby, Sammie, A. Patton) – 3:48 "You" (C. McKinney, T. Nash) – 3:22 "Damage" (C. Brown, D. Nunez, O. Morris) – 4:16 "Wall to Wall" (S. Garrett, W. Scott) – 3:43 "Help Me" (H. Mason Jr, D. Thomas, S. Russell, J. Fauntleroy II, R. Knox) – 3:17 "I Wanna Be" (D. Nunez, O. Morris, Tank) – 3:46 "Gimme Whatcha Got" (featuring Lil Wayne) (C. Brown, P. Alexander, T. Nash, C. Williams, D. Carter) – 3:48 "I'll Call Ya" (S. Garrett, K. Dean) – 3:53 "Lottery" (H. Mason Jr, D. Thomas, J. Fauntleroy II, R. Knox) – 3:41 Bonus tracks "Nice" (featuring The Game) – 4:32 "Down" (featuring Kanye West) (C. Brown, K. West, A. Merritt) – 4:17 Japanese Edition bonus tracks "Get at Ya" – 3:18 "Nice" (featuring The Game) – 4:32 "Down" (featuring Kanye West) (C. Brown, K. West, A. Merritt) – 4:17 Deluxe Edition bonus tracks "Get at Ya" – 3:18 "Mama" (E. Hudson) – 4:24 "Fallen Angel" (UK/Japan bonus track) - 5:34 Limited Edition DVD Journey to South Africa – 15:00 Behind the Scenes of "Wall to Wall" – 15:00 "Wall to Wall" video – 5:20 Behind the Scenes of "Kiss Kiss" – 12:37 "Kiss Kiss" video – 4:25  Exclusive: The Forever Edition Standard 16 tracks as above "Forever" (Produced by Polow da Don Co Produced by Brian Kennedy and Written by Chris Brown, Andre Merritt and Rob Allen) – 4:39 "Superhuman" (featuring Keri Hilson) (Produced by Oak) – 3:39 "Heart Ain't a Brain" – 3:41 "Picture Perfect (Remix)" (featuring Hurricane Chris and Bow Wow) – 4:12  UK Edition Standard 16 tracks as above "Fallen Angel" - 5:34 "Forever" (Produced by Polow da Don and Written by Chris Brown, Andre Merritt, Marcus Grant and Rob Allen) – 4:39 "Superhuman" (featuring Keri Hilson) (Produced by Oak and Written by James Fauntleroy II) – 3:39 "Heart Ain't a Brain" – 3:41  DVD Completing the Forever Edition package is a bonus DVD with a special montage of performances from his recent Up-Close & Personal sold-out tour and never before seen behind the scenes footage. There are two versions of the Forever Edition, one with the DVD and one without. These are sold separately. In the U.K., only the CD edition is available. In Australia, both editions are available.  BET Bonus DVD Confirmed by Wal-Mart. DVD features: BET Highlights 2006 BET Hip-Hop Awards Performances Interview with Chris Brown 106 and Park Performances & Interviews Music videos: "Run It" "Say Goodbye" "Gimme That" "Yo (Excuse Me Miss)" "Wall to Wall" "Kiss Kiss" (Sneak Peek) "Take You Down"  Production Album mastered by Chris Athens at Sterling Sound, NYC A&R Administration: Shay Young A&R Coordination: Leticia Hilliard Zomba Production Coordination: Cara Hutchinson Clearances: David Schmidt, Kobie "The Quarterback" Brown, Donato Guadagnoli, Mattias End and Lisa Pinero Art Direction and Design: Courtney Walter Photography: Dave Hill & Mark Mann Styling: Mike Bogard for Blynn Group Executive Producers: Chris Brown, Tina Davis & Mark Pitts Management: Tina M. Davis and Joyce Hawkins for The Tina Davis Company  Charts and certifications Chart (2008) Providers Peak position Certification Shipments/Sales Australian Albums Chart ARIA 5 2x Platinum 140,000 Belgium Albums Chart IFPI 23 Canadian Albums Chart Nielsen SoundScan 16 Gold 50,000 Dutch
Album Chart NVPI 63 French Albums Chart SNEP 53 Japanese Album Chart Oricon 14 Irish Album Chart IRMA 2 Platinum New Zealand Album Chart RIANZ 3 2x Platinum 30,000 Swiss Album Chart IFPI 28 UK Albums Chart BPI/The Official UK Charts Company 3 Platinum 300,000 U.S. Billboard 200 Billboard 4 Platinum 1,813,648 European Top 100 Albums IFPI 5  Release history Region Date (The Original Edition) Date (The Forever Edition) United Kingdom October 30, 2007 June 22, 2008 Australia November 3, 2007 June 7, 2008 Canada November 6, 2007 June 3, 2008 United States Spain April 8, 2008 September 2, 2008  References ^ a b c Shaheem Reid (July 7, 2007). ^ Robert Christgau, David Fricke, Christian Hoard, Rob Sheffield (December 17, 2007). "The Top 50 Albums of 2007" Rolling Stone. Accessed January 17, 2008. ^ Chris Brown practicing for his European Tour Osiris News. Accessed March 1, 2008. ^ Chris Brown and Bow Wow's Co-headlining Tour is a Go] MTV News. Accessed March 1, 2008. ^ Chris Brown - Exclusive about.com. Accessed April 26, 2008. ^ Chris Brown Exclusive Rolling Stone. Accessed April 26, 2008. ^ Exclusive - Music Review - Entertainment Weekly Entertainment Weekly. Accessed April 26, 2008. ^ Slant Magazine Music Review: Chris Brown: Exclusive Slant Magazine. Accessed July 20, 2008. ^ Chris Brown: Exclusive PopMatters. Accessed July 20, 2008. ^ Chris Brown to Release Exclusive: The Forever Edition June 3rd ‘’Chris Brown To Release Exclusive: The Forever Edition June 3rd’’. Accessed May 30, 2008 ^ Apple - iTunes - iTunes Top 10 Songs Apple. Accessed May 5, 2008. ^ a b Billboard Charts ‘’Billboard Charts’’. Accessed May 30, 2008." ^ Hot 100 Singles ^ ?http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/aod/mainframe.shtml?http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/aod/radio1_aod.shtml?radio1/top40 ^ BET Official Website ‘’BET Official Website’’. Accessed May 30, 2008. Chris Brown have been praised by many critics as the new "King of Pop". " ^ Katie Hasty, "Jay-Z Leapfrogs Eagles, Britney For No. 1 Debut" Billboard. November 14, 2007. ^ a b Chris Brown - Exclusive - aCharts aCharts. Accessed January 7, 2008. ^ Forever Edition MTV ‘’MTV’’. Accessed May 30, 2008 ^ hmv.com: albums: Exclusive: Forever Edition: Bonus Tracks (2008) ^ Forever U.K. Exclusive The Forever U.K. Edition Exclusive: The Forever U.K. Edition. Accessed May 30, 2008 ^ a b Forever AUS Exclusive The Forever Australian Edition Exclusive: The Forever Australian Edition. Accessed May 30, 2008 ^ CD: Exclusive (with Exclusive BET DVD) ^  ‘’ARIA Charts’’. Accessed November 12, 2008 ^ www.chartsinfrance.net[not in citation given] ^ HipHopDX - Hip-Hop/R&B Album Sales: Week Ending 6/1/08[not in citation given] [hide]v • d • eChris Brown Albums Chris Brown · Exclusive DVDs Chris Brown's Journey · BET Presents: Chris Brown Singles "Run It!" · "Yo (Excuse Me Miss)" · "Gimme That" · "Say Goodbye" · "Poppin'" · "Wall to Wall" · "Kiss Kiss" · "With You" · "This Christmas" · "Take You Down" · "Forever" · "Dreamer" · "Superhuman" Featured singles "Shortie Like Mine" · "No Air" · "Shawty Get Loose" · "Get Like Me" · "What Them Girls Like" · "Make the World Go Round" · "Freeze" Filmography Stomp the Yard · This Christmas · Phenom Tours Up Close and Personal Tour · The Beyoncé Experience · The UCP Holiday Exclusive Tour Related articles Discography · Awards and nominations Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exclusive_(album)" Categories: 2007 albums | Albums produced by Kanye West | Albums produced by Polow da Don | Albums produced by Scott Storch | Albums produced by Stargate | Albums produced by Swizz Beatz | Albums produced by will.i.am | Chris Brown albums | Jive Records albums
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America East Conference Albany - Will Brown Binghamton - Kevin Broadus Boston University - Dennis Wolff Hartford - Dan Leibovitz Maine - Ted Woodward New Hampshire - Bill Herrion Stony Brook - Steve Pikiell UMBC - Randy Monroe Vermont - Mike Lonergan 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! America East Conference
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