Just a day before his beef with Tyson Beckford was reignited, Chris Brown announced another chapter in his career with the release of an upcoming project called "Privacy."

On Saturday (March 18), Breezy took to Twitter announce the plans for the record, which was previously teased via social media, but there's no confirmation whether it's the next Heartbreak on a Full Moon single or a full-fledged album. "PRIVACY is mixed and mastered... release coming next week!" he wrote in a tweet. "THIS SUMMER IS ALL ABOUT THE WOMEN!"

"Privacy" serves as the follow-up release to Brown's "Party" featuring Usher and Gucci Mane and "Grass Ain’t Greener." You can expect to hear the aforementioned cuts during the singer's upcoming "Party Tour," which also features 50 Cent and Fabolous. It kicks off March 31 in Baltimore, MD. Take a look at a full list of tour dates below!

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