Chris Brown Drops New Song Following Release From Jail

Chris Brown - h 2016
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Chris Brown - h 2016

Less than 24 hours after being arrested and then released from jail, the singer shared the new song from his Twitter account.

Chris Brown released a new song called "What Would You Do" on Wednesday, less than 24 hours after being released from jail on charges of assault with a deadly weapon. 

The song opens: "I've got some questions, some questions for you / I need some answers, answers from you / What do you do, fighting for your life when no one's on your side? / I can't stand to loose you, see you're in too deep with nowhere to hide."

Brown was arrested Tuesday following an hours-long standoff with police at his multimillion-dollar residence in Tarzana, Calif. Police had arrived at Brown's house responding to a call early that morning from a woman who needed assistance, saying she had been threatened with a gun.

The robbery-homicide division took over the investigation, and Brown emerged from his home after police served him with a warrant. He was released late Tuesday night on $250,000 bail.

The timing of the dancey track and its title seem to be in response to the well-publicized incident; however, the lyrics throughout feel more typical to Brown's standard romantic pop fare.

He shared the song via his Twitter account on Wednesday night.

Listen below: 

This story originally appeared on Billboard.