Entertainment Music Bobby Brown Sees Late Children Bobbi Kristina and Bobby Jr. in His Dreams: 'They're Always Together' In an emotional interview, the singer opens up to PEOPLE about grieving the loss of his two children — and finding new purpose after their deaths By Janine Rubenstein Janine Rubenstein Instagram Twitter Janine Rubenstein is Editor-at-Large at PEOPLE and host of PEOPLE Every Day podcast, a daily dose of breaking news, pop culture and heartwarming human interest stories. Formerly Senior Editor of music content, she's also covered crime, human interest and television news throughout her many years with the brand. Prior to PEOPLE she's written for Essence, The Cape Times newspaper and Los Angeles Magazine among others. On-screen Rubenstein can be found featured on shows like Good Morning America and Entertainment Tonight and she routinely hosts PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly's star-studded Red Carpet Live specials. Follow the San Francisco native, Black Barbie collector and proud mom of two on Instagram and Twitter @janinerube People Editorial Guidelines Published on May 16, 2022 10:00 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Bobby Brown has been having a recurring dream and it's a beautiful one. "I always see them at beaches or in fields," Brown tells PEOPLE in this week's issue of his late children, daughter Bobbi Kristina and son Bobby, Jr., who died at ages 22 and 27 in 2015 and 2020, respectively, both as a result of drug abuse. He continues, "They're running away, but they're laughing. And they're always together. I didn't have many dreams about Bobbi Kris before Bobby Jr. died. But then all of a sudden — floods of dreams." The 53-year-old R&B music star is opening up to PEOPLE ahead of the release of his new A&E docu-series Biography: Bobby Brown, premiering May 30. The two-part series delves into his tumultuous life and times, including his battle with addiction, his ill-fated marriage to superstar Whitney Houston, as well as his deepest sadness: the loss of his two children. Bobby Brown. Nolwen Cifuentes Bobby Brown on the Drug Deaths of His Children: 'It's My Duty to Remind People It Can Kill You' On Jan. 31, 2015, Bobbi Kristina was found unresponsive in a bathtub with a mix of drugs in her system, eerily similar to the manner in which her mother Whitney Houston was found inside her Beverly Hills hotel room in 2011. Bobbi Kristina died that July after spending months in a coma. For more on PEOPLE's exclusive interview with Bobby Brown, listen below to our daily podcast PEOPLE Every Day. Bobby, Jr., Brown's son with ex Kim Ward, suffered an overdose of alcohol, cocaine and fentanyl and was found dead inside his Los Angeles apartment on Nov. 18, 2020. RELATED VIDEO: Bobby Brown on Opening Up About Love & Loss in New Doc: 'It Was Very Therapeutic for Me' "No family, no father should have to go through this," says Brown, who with the help of wife Alicia Etheredge, has made it his new mission to speak out about the dangers of drug abuse, particularly fentanyl. Bobbi Kristina and Bobby, Jr. "were both musicians and loved to sing," says Brown. Born just four months apart, "Their relationship was tight. They'd get into their little tiffs but they were thick as thieves." Jim Smeal/Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images Bobby Brown 'Devastated' After the Death of His Son Bobby Jr.: 'No Words to Explain the Pain' The pain of losing them is something he's still grappling with today. "I've cried, but not how I want to. I really want to just scream to the top of my lungs and cry, but it's just not there." Brown, who is sober and in therapy, says his remaining children, including Landon, LaPrincia and his three youngest with Etheredge, Cassius, Bodhi and Hendrix, help him get through his darkest days. Bobby Brown Jr. and Bobby Brown. Maury Phillips/Getty Images And then there are his dreams. Constantly envisioning Bobbi Kristina and Bobby, Jr. together and happy when he sleeps, "That's enough for a father to feel like God has them." Remembering Bobbi Kristina Brown: Her Life in Photos If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, please contact the SAMHSA substance abuse helpline at 1-800-662-HELP. For much more on this story pick up the latest issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands everywhere Friday.