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Chris Brown Releases "Zero" Ahead of New Album 'Royalty' [LISTEN]



On his latest offering, Chris Brown reassures everyone that he's over all of his past flings. Breezy recently shared "Zero," which officially debuted on New Zealand’s iTunes store this week, ahead of his new album Royalty.

The Daft Punk-influenced song was reportedly leaked earlier this year. "Zero" has been performed at many of Brown's recent shows and is set to hit mainstream radio in the week of Oct. 13.

"Zero -- that's how many f*cks I give," he sings on the chorus. Elsewhere he throws subtle shade, possibly putting his recent ex, Karrueche Tran, on blast.

"Now you're missing what we used to have / You were creeping on my Instagram / I was caught up in an aftermath."

Last month, Brown revealed that he plans to name his forthcoming album after his 15-month-old daughter. The album will be Brown's second project for 2015, following a collaborative album Fan of a Fan back in February with Tyga. Royalty, Brown's seventh studio effort, is slated to be released this fall.

Earlier in August, Brown was spotted downtown Los Angeles shooting the video for his latest single, "Liquor." He went on to share behind-the-scenes photos on Instagram and later released a snippet of the video. No word on when the video will be released in its entirety.

Brown is currently on the road for his "One Hell of a Nite" tour with special guests Kid Ink, Omarion, Fetty Wap and Teyana Taylor. The 25-date trek will wrap on Sept. 19 in Concord, California.

Brown is nominated for Best Hip-Hop video at the 2015 BET Hip-Hop Awards for his contributions to Big Sean's "Play No Games" with Ty Dolla $ign. The awards show is slated to air Tuesday, Oct. 13 at 8 p.m. ET.

Check back with us for more updates on Chris Brown's forthcoming album.

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