Brown co-produced the introspective and mellow track with Sean Kingston, HoodyBaby, and Ryan Press. The song comes with an official video directed by Travis Colbert, which was filmed in Jamaica.
“Nightmares” is the third release from Chris Brown’s upcoming 11th album, 11:11, scheduled for release on November 11. It follows the previously shared singles “Summer Too Hot” and “Sensational,” featuring Davido and Lojay. “Summer Too Hot” achieved the No. 1 position at rhythmic radio in September.
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Chris Brown’s 11:11 will be a two-part album, with Side A and Side B containing 11 tracks each. In addition to the previously revealed artists, the album will feature Future, Fridayy, and other artists yet to be disclosed.
This album follows Chris Brown’s 2022 release, Breezy, which debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 chart. Several tracks from Breezy, including “Call Me Every Day” featuring WizKid, charted on the Hot 100 and achieved gold certification by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
“Call Me Every Day” from the deluxe edition of Breezy earned a Grammy nomination for Best R&B Album at the 65th Grammy Awards, marking Chris Brown’s first nomination in this category since winning for F.A.M.E. at the 54th Grammys.
You can listen to Chris Brown’s new song “Nightmares” featuring Byron Messia and watch the official video here.