Chris Brown is keeping the momentum going with the release of his sixth studio album, which will be released this year.

The 23-year-old pop star, whose 'Fortune' LP was nominated for Best Urban Contemporary Album at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards, will return to form on his new project and bring some familiar names along for the ride.

Lauded producers Timbaland, Diplo and Danja are crafting songs for the follow-up to 'Fortune,' which is reportedly titled 'Carpe Diem.'

Danja previously worked with Brown on the Big Sean-and-Wiz Khalifa-assisted record 'Till I Die,' featured on 'Fortune.' As for Diplo, he produced the singer's Busta Rhymes-and-Lil Wayne-featured smash 'Look at Me Now.' Timbaland and CB created 'Papers, Scissors, Rock,' a song that was set to appear on the latter's fourth studio effort, 'F.A.M.E.' However, the track was eliminated from the final track list.

Brown, a multi-platinum selling entertainer, recently released a video for 'Home,' a song off his forthcoming sixth album. The visual finds the young crooner touring the world, rehearsing complex dance moves and engaging in some play time.

The Virginia native's sixth LP will arrive later this year.

Watch Chris Brown's 'Home' Video