Chris Brown has been curiously quiet recently, withholding any new information about his upcoming sixth studio album, 'X.' Any hype has been dying down with the slew of big fall releases currently dropping, although the singer recently ending his beef with Drake may be for publicity. That's admittedly up for debate. What is no longer up for debate, however, is the release date for Brown's new LP, which he finally revealed on Twitter.


Nov. 19 is going to be the release of what Brown believes will be his final album. He's switched things up for this effort. The 24-year-old singer says he will be returning to a more traditional R&B sound instead of continuing treading along EDM-flavored pop -- as seen with 'Fine China,' the album's first single. Brown will collaborate with producers Timbaland and his protege Danja, Diplo, BAM, Drumma Boy and many others.

The clubby, Nicki Minaj-featured 'Love More' is the latest single off 'X' and it currently sits at No. 10 on the Billboard's R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.