Chris Brown's 12 Sexiest Slow Jams

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Chris Brown

Beyond dabbling in the occasional controversy and partaking in the latest dance craze (see his most recent moves for the "U Name It Challenge"), Chris Brown is perhaps best known for his slow jams.

Since gliding into the hearts of R&B lovers with his dreamy breakout hit, 2006's "Yo (Excuse Me Miss)," Breezy has spun matters of the heart into classics when it comes to fanning the flames of a new romance, getting down in the sheets or falling head over heels in love. 

Give thanks to your special someone this holiday season with Chris Brown's sexiest slow jams below.

"Ain't No Way (You Won't Love Me)"

A standout on his 2005 self-titled debut, "Ain't No Way" finds a young Breezy vowing to make his woman say she loves him. 


Even at the tender age of 16, Brown still tried to keep it grown and sexy on his debut album with this flirty number.

"Take You Down"

For his sophomore set Exclusive, released in 2007, Brown took inspiration from the bedroom for this after-hours rendezvous on wax. 

"I Wanna Be"

Brown makes a case for turning friends into lovers on this Exclusive track, where he confesses his feelings for a special lady.

"No Bulls--t"

Chris Brown pulls an all-nighter for this body party for two, off his 2011 effort F.A.M.E.

"Wet The Bed"

Breezy recruits Ludacris for this anti-minute man number. No towels necessary.

"Sweet Love"

Chris Brown takes it slow and heads downtown for this love-making anthem.

"New Flame"

The singer lets sparks fly on this fiery love note co-starring Usher and Rick Ross.

"Lost In Ya Love"

Another highlight off his 2014 offering X, Brown gets wrapped up in love on this groovy jam.

"Drunk Texting"

This duet with Jhene Aiko provides the perfect soundtrack for messaging someone under the influence.

"Back To Sleep"

Sampling Marvin Gaye's 1983 classic "Sexual Healing," "Back To Sleep" finds a shameless Breezy detailing how he plans to wake his lady up then put her right back down.


This intoxicating track only served as the lead single off 2015's Royalty, the first album Brown created as a newly minted father.