LOS ANGELES, March 16 (UPI) -- Chris Brown is gearing up to release the documentary Chris Brown: Welcome to My Life.
The 26-year-old singer shared a poster for the film Tuesday on Instagram, writing, "Coming soon."
The poster shows Brown sitting in the shadows and reads, "He went from being America's sweetheart to public enemy number one."
The documentary will explore Brown's troubled past and tarnished public image. Real 92.3 radio host Big Boy had nothing but good things to say about it when he saw it in December. Real 92.3 reported the host was "moved" by the depth of the material and in "awe" of Brown's candidness.
"The documentary @ChrisBrown has coming out 2016 is about his life, his journey, what his life is like, what's in his head. #BigBoyMoved," the station tweeted at the time.
"@BigBoy says @ChrisBrown pulls off every layer in his documentary. Even about things we thought we saw and knew in public," Real 92.3 added.
Brown was known for the hit singles "Kiss Kiss" and "With You" when he was arrested for assaulting his then-girlfriend, Rihanna, in 2009. The incident caused radio and television stations to pull his music and ads, and he later pleaded guilty to felony assault.
The singer was slowly making his comeback when he discovered he fathered a daughter, Royalty, last March. His then-girlfriend, Karrueche Tran, broke up with him following the news, and Brown dedicated his seventh album, Royalty, to his daughter.