Chris Brown is back to talking to the media again, and in a new interview with Fuse TV, discussed his desire to continue but not repeat the legacy of Michael Jackson. Meanwhile, he has revealed that the coding behind his new album work art points to his belief in aliens…among other things.

Via Rap-Up:

On performing for and meeting Michael Jackson: “That was probably one of the greatest moments in my career ’cause I got a chance to perform for him. People loved the performance. I went backstage and met him. He said hi to my mom. He was respectful. It was just one of those great times in my life.”

On a collaboration with the King of Pop: “Me and him had talked countless times through our people. We were working on records and we were working on some stuff. But God has other plans.”

On following in MJ’s footsteps: “My legacy is not to be Michael Jackson, but to just be me. … I want to make him proud. I don’t want to make it an effort to copy because I hate clones, so I don’t want to be a clone.”

You can watch both interviews below:


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