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Malaysian artist Katun designs cover for Chris Brown’s new single

The Star Online logo The Star Online 11/1/2019 ROUWEN LIN
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Malaysian graffiti artist Katun is kicking off the year on a high note by contributing the artwork for American R&B star Chris Brown’s new single Undecided.

“Starting my 2019 with a collaboration artwork for @chrisbrownofficial new single #undecided,” he posted on his Instagram account (@katun_) along with photos showing off the finished work as well as work-in-progress shots.

Katun’s artwork for Undecided sports his trademark bright colours. It shows a guy facing a grinning hooded figure who offers two life choices in his hands – the proverbial crossroads in our protagonist’s life. Four doors suspended in mid-air, with the words “love”, “fear”, “empathy” and “sacrifice” emblazoned across each, circle the duo.

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Undecided is likely to appear on Brown’s forthcoming Indigo album, which is slated for a late February release.

Katun’s art captures the dilemma Brown sings about on this new track as he debates whether to take a relationship to the next level.

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A post shared by CHRIS BROWN (@chrisbrownofficial) on Jan 3, 2019 at 9:31am PST

Klang Valley-based Katun (Abdul Hafiz Abdul Rahman) is a well-known name in the Malaysian graffiti scene, with numerous tie-ups with commercial brands and large scale murals bearing his tag in the last 10 years. His art has been featured on clothing and watches.

Katun, early 30s, also exhibits works in non-mainstream art spaces. He currently has a collaboration work with fellow street artist Orkibal at the Bunnies: The Secret Hideout exhibition at Awegallery in Petaling Jaya.

The name Katun comes from his love of reinterpreting cartoon characters, a passion he has nurtured since his childhood days, which remains a big part of his artistic identity today.

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