Chris Brown's 7 Most NSFW Lyrics on 'X'

RCA Records
After more than a year of delays, Chris Brown's sixth studio album X was released on Tuesday. So what has Brown been up to in the two years since his last album hit shelves? Well, in between court dates and co-writing all 17 tracks on the album, he's apparently been getting busy with the ladies.
Like, really busy.
Sure, he gets introspective ("X"), laments lost love ("See You Around") and goes all out for a girl ("Time For Love") on the album – but it all pales in comparison to his love of booty.
To be fair: there are plenty of musical classics that were inspired by the same, but very few that also include math metaphors. (Cocky nerds everywhere may have found a new anthem in "Add Me In.") Turns out, X is a very fitting title for this body of work.
We listened to X and here’s our main takeaway: there's a lot of sexy talk. Some lyrics are amusing, others are cringe-inducing, but mostly they're just TMI. *Read on for seven lyrics that will make you want to take a shower.
7. I'll calculate her home invasion/Divide your legs and count to 3 (3, 2, 1, come on) – "Add Me In"
6. If by chance you're laying next to someone else right now/I hope it's the worst sex ever – "Drunk Texting"
5. It ain't nothing to make you want it/Get you tipsy, you little blunted/I pulled up in the S-500/F**ked up, feeling all up on it/You know what I came to do, you – "Came to Do"
4. I like it when you're bottom up/Your top down, take you down – "101 (Interlude)"
3. We do it like rock stars/Sexing in my hotel room/And we so loud/Higher than a smoke cloud – "Love More" (Bonus Track)
2. I bet nobody ever did you better/Moving at the speed of sound/I'm tryna find your hidden treasure/Diving deep, girl I'm going down – "Body Shots"
1. And I can see a million ways/For me to surfboard between your waves/Baby going up down, all around/Drip drop, don't stop/No umbrella/Playing in your brain, shut it off/Splashing in your deep end/Hydrate me/Oh baby, come sit down right on my face – "Drown In It"
*We intentionally left off all four minutes of "Songs on 12 Play," because it recycles many of R.Kelly's original lyrics. But, yes, it's very sexual.
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