Sarah Rodman of The Boston Globe commended the music and production, but criticized Brown's songwriting, stating "As co-writer of 12 of the 13 tracks, that’s where he sabotages a lot of the album’s purely musical promise".
We're only a few days into 2017, and it's already clear that avoiding pettiness wasn't on Soulja Boy or Chris Brown's list of New Year's resolutions.
Something you've never heard before." Recording for the album primarily took place in Orlando and on September 5, 2009, via Twitter, Brown announced that he had completed the album, and also revealed that the album would be released outside of the US on December 7 and in the US on December 8."Wet the Bed" is a song by American R&B recording artist Chris Brown featuring American rapper Ludacris, from his fourth studio album F. It was released as a single and has appeared on the US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart at number twenty-five. "Wet the Bed" received mixed reviews from most music critics, who were ambivalent towards its lyrics. Greg Kot of the Chicago Tribune was dismissive of the album, calling it an inconsistent "pity party".He found most of its music suitable for the dance-floor and said "Brown aims to expand his music" beyond the genres of his previous work.Soulja first addressed the alleged issue on Twitter, before uploading an Instagram video a couple of hours later.