The IRS filed a lien against the R&B singer reporting that he owes the money for 2022.

Singer Chris Brown owes the Internal Revenue Service more than $3 million in unpaid taxes from 2022, according to a lien filed against him.

Brown, 33, is one of the most successful R&B singers of his generation, having earned the nickname the “King of R&B.”

His first album in 2005 went triple platinum, and he went on to produce more albums — going on to sell over 197 million records worldwide and becoming one of the world’s best-selling music artists.

But Brown has often been at the center of negative publicity. From 2007 to 2009, Brown dated the singer Rihanna and ended up in a domestic violence case with her that received global media attention. He was also involved in a brawl in 2012 with fellow singer Drake and his entourage.

According to TMZ, Brown owes $739,000 in state taxes to California.