Regardless of how good Graffiti actually is, perhaps more importantly the album's sales will represent how viable Chris Brown's image still is after his massively public domestic assault case after he Ike Turner-ed former girlfriend Rihanna before the Grammys. Though Brown is doubtless aware of this fact, the man seems to also understand that the only thing he needs to worry about is the music. Speaking about Graffiti, Brown said, "I wanted to change it up and really be different. Like my style nowadays, I don't try to be typical urban. I want to be like how Prince and Michael [Jackson] and Stevie Wonder were. They can cross over to any genre of music." First worry about fixing your image before you aim at legend status.