Chris Brown: Welcome to My Life

Synopsis: This compelling Documentary moves beyond the spotlight and past the attention-grabbing headlines to give pop superstar Chris Brown a chance to tell his own story. New interviews with the international phenomenon reveal long-awaited answers about his passion for making music, his tumultuous and much publicized relationships, and the pitfalls of coming of age in the public eye. Also included is new concert footage, behind-the-scenes access, and special interviews from Usher, Jennifer Lopez, DJ Khaled, Mike Tyson, Jamie Foxx and others.
Genre: Documentary
Director(s): Andrew Sandler
Production: Riveting Entertainment
80 min


You ever get nervous

before the shows?

Nervous before the shows?

I don't think it's nervous,

it's just like

anxiety, so to speak,

but not in a stressful way.

It's like me getting

ready, prepared,

so it's just like, I'm

thinking about every moment,

every step, and every

second, so it's just like,

okay, cool, let's go out

there and do our thing.

Some nights are stronger

than other nights,

some nights I'm just confident

and just having fun,

but some nights, it's like,

I got a point to prove,

show them why I need

to be doing this.

You know, it's disappointing

for me in certain ways,

because I feel like, you know,

certain aspects of

my career sometimes

are overshadowed by

the negative stuff.

So, it's like, it kind of like,

fucks with my head a lot.

Now, how I transition

my creativity,

it's basically all I wanna

kind of show, you know,

'cause I'm tired

of giving people

something to talk

about, you know.

They should be talking about how

I'm the baddest motherf***er

on the stage instead of--

You know, I'm the baddest

motherf***er in the courtroom.

You know what I'm saying?

I just try to keep a level head,

whether whatever

problems going on,

like, everybody goes

through their sh*t,

I go through my sh*t

most of the time.

You know, I got a problem

everyday, but it's like,

I try to just keep

my head on straight,

and I kind of channel

some of that energy,

if I'm angry, if I'm

upset about something,

I take it out on the stage.

Standing here with

a guy right now

that knows everyone

on the red carpet,

and everybody wants

to work with him.

It's been a blessing, I just,

I just can't do nothing

but thank all of my fans,

I just appreciate all the

support, it's been incredible.

I I ain't goin' back no more,

I ain't goin' back no more

I I ain't goin' back no more

And the winner is, Chris Brown.

I just wanna say,

thank all the fans,

I love you with all my heart.

You're 23 years old, I

mentioned you came out

with your first music

when you were 16,

you were discovered at 13.

Chris Brown riding high,

brand new CD out,

F.A.M.E., it's out today,

already has three

number one hits,

a fourth one

climbing the charts.

He's been labeled

hip hop's bad boy.

Chris Brown is

accused of assault and battery.

The alleged fight broke out

inside a Lamborghini

that was located...

I'm gonna tell you something,

let me be honest.

I was disappointed,

almost felt let down,

because I said,

this kid could be

the great superstar.

He was sentenced to five

years of probation,

and 180 days of community labor.

I lost my best friend,

everything I knew switched.

Brown reportedly

used a chair to smash a window

-in his dressing room.

- I guess he's not

a morning person.


are you different?

I've been humbled

by the whole experience,

from me losing everything,

most importantly, knowing that

what I did was totally wrong.

It's also been said

people like comeback stories.

For me, it's about proving

myself to my fans.

I You put me on layaway

J" You just like to heart shop

r I think that it's over

r I think that it's over

I I swear to God I'm moving on

I come from a small town,

Tappahannock, Virginia.

As you see me

throughout my journey,

I was about 15 when I started.

A' Oh, tell me fellas

have you seen her

It was a good start for me as a,

as a kid, to be able to kind

of start off green, in a way.

Chris was very, very active

at a very early age, probably

one, before he was walking.

He started out in child care,

'cause I run a

child care center,

and he was probably one

of the most active

child in the facility itself.

Since he was, like, two,

he wanted to look at

Michael Jackson videos

and dance, I mean, he

could come to my house

and get in between the

doorways and actually

climb them and do

backflips, you know, so,

he was always full of

energy, all the time.

He would go over to

relatives' houses,

and when that happened nobody

wanted him to spend the night,

'cause Chris was jumping

from bed to bed.

I was a fan of Michael Jackson's

all my life, of course,

so he would sit in

front of the TV,

he would try to mimic his moves.

Being able to see stuff on TV,

whether it be my idol,

Michael Jackson,

or anybody that I looked up

to at the time, you know,

I'd be able to try to put

myself in that world.

I just tried to always

look at it like,

"okay, I could do

that," you know,

being from a small town

where there's not too many

opportunities, but have

that mentality to try

to push forward and be

something bigger and greater.

In school, he liked to be

the center of attraction.

You know, it was a

cool upbringing,

real country, high school

of about maybe 500 kids,

my graduating class was

probably about 30.

Chris was a haPPY go

lucky type of kid,

was always smiling, always

moving around, dancing.

Every now and then, you might

catch him over there singing,

even on the basketball

court he was somewhat,

I guess you could say creative,

and always moving and

had different moves

than the other kids.

I used to go to

all of his games,

he used to show off a lot.

He's like, doing his

moves on the court,

and I'm like, are we

playing ball here or what?

He was really artistic,

he loved to draw.

They were mostly

drawing assignments,

and he was very good with

the drawing, shading,

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