Chris Brown is having a hard time with his latest release. The singer recently addressed his fans for not supporting his album and now his NFT collection also isn’t getting any support. So far, of the 10,000 sets of NFT available, only 297 people have bought into Breezy’s NFT collection. That's about 3% of the total collection. The "Breezyverse" NFT features animated versions of Chris Brown posing heroically on rubble. Sometimes the moon is in the background and Chris Brown is gold. With crypto in a slump, new collections struggle. Chris Brown and the Breezyverse team priced each NFT at.35 ether, or $440. New collections launch under.1 ether ($126). Since the market crash, which saw the price of ether drop 67% since the start of the year, "free mints" have become popular, with creators selling NFTs for free in hopes of making money by taking a 5- or 7% cut of secondary sales.