14 June 2013, 13:39
The 'Fine China' singer says his new campaign encourages people to love each other regardless of sexuality, race or gender.
Chris Brown has announced that his new single will form part of his new Unity campaign, aimed to help stand up for the rights of minorities and gay people.
The 'Turn Up The Music' singer has promised to unveil both the single and video in question this Monday (17th June), and says he wants to be an inspiration to people by letting go of "grudges or bs".
"Single and video will definitely drop MONDAY!" Chris announced in a tweet on Thursday (13th June). "The new single is a part of my "UNITY CAMPAIGN" which encourages all races, genders, sexes (everyone) gay or straight to love each other!
"As a young inspiration to all types of people around the world, I have a moral obligation to let go of grudges or bs," he added.
The single in question is expected to be his new song 'They Don't Know', which features previously unheard guest vocals from the late singer Aaliyah.
Check out a picture of Chris Brown performing on stage this year below (Credit: Getty):
Two months ago the 'Fine China' singer was spotted shooting a music video for the new song out in the US.
Chris Brown will then launch new album 'X' on 16th July.