Grammy award winning singer, Chris Brown came to limelight after he dropped his most anticipated love song titled "With You."
Brown also dropped another biggest love songs which includes "Without You and Superhuman featuring Keri Hilson". Brown has released couple of love songs to mention few.
Chris Brown has indeed been the biggest R&B singer from 2010 till the present time. Most of his projects were based on love, ranging from Fortune, F. A. M. E, Heartbreak on a Full Moon, X, Exclusive, Royalty and to Indigo, were all compiled with love and romance songs.
The Weeknd is a Canadian singer and songwriter, who has made himself known globally for his successful project titled "Starboy." The album won him couple of awards and recognitions.
The singer style of song with his voice was second to none. The Starboy crooner has released couple of love songs such as I Feel It Coming, Party Monster, Die For You, Nothing without you, All I know and many more.
Although The Weeknd digressed a bit in part of his songs, but sang to his best whenever he jumped into love songs. Nearly all his projects were on love and romance songs, like brown. From "House of Balloons, Starboy, After Hours and to The Highlights" talked about love.
Whenever you're missing the love of your life, Chris Brown and The Weeknd is there to make you feel comfortable. The way they composed love songs made it too difficult for people, to choose the best between them.
As a music lover, we will like you to share with us, your thought on who sang love songs better between these two artists?
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