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Born as Christopher Maurice “Chris” Brown (born May 5, 1989) Born in Tappahannock, Virginia, he has been drawn to music since his childhood and was heavily influenced by the sounds of Michael Jackson, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, and Anita Baker. However, it was not until the age of 11 that he actually possessed an amazing voice, thanks to his mother who quickly noticed her son’s talent after she heard him singing around their house.. [CONTINUE ...]
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Surprise! With very little warning, Future and Chris Brown “turn a sidepiece to a nine piece” on their new collaboration, “PIE,” produced by Detail and d.a. doman.

The video, directed by Nick Walker, starts off at a party filled with “side pieces.” HNDRXX promises that it “should be a good night,” while inviting Breezy to join him at his pad.

True to his word, several women show up to the house. One delivers food. Another joins shortly after and heads to the bathtub. Before long, a few more gorgeous girls arrive while Brown and Pluto sing about how sharing is caring.

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Kap G and Chris Brown head to Las Vegas for some fun under the city’s bright lights in the video for their high-powered collaboration “I See You.”

Directed by Arrad, the Sin City-themed video starts with Kap G driving around the Las Vegas Strip. Shortly afterwards, he and Breezy are seen on top of twin tour busses with the hotel skyline behind them.

The guys have fun throughout the visual. Whether riding bikes, performing on “The Party Tour,” or hanging out with a bevy of ladies, Kap G and Chris Brown show off the bond that allowed them to record this banger.

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Guwop and Breezy connect once again on their latest collaboration, “Tone It Down.” “Tone It Down” is just the latest Guwop and Breezy collaboration. It follows past cuts like “C’Yeah,” “Deuces (Remix),” and “Party.”

Following their platinum hit “Party,” Gucci Mane enlists Chris Brown for the flute-centric banger, which allows him to brag about his ballerific ways. “Artists wanna meet me,” boasts Guwop. “Ballin’ like an athlete, but I ball all four seasons / Diamonds that’s just like Breezy’s / Take it easy, Breezy, go easy.”

Chris doesn’t take it easy, handling the chorus and a verse of his own. “Tell me what to do ’cause I’m tryin’ to get to know ya,” he sings. “Champagne takin’ shots, won’t have a hangover. ”Speaking of Champagne, “Tone It Down’s” instrumental bears a striking resemblance to Drake, Quavo, and Travis Scott’s “Portland” off More Life. The similarities weren’t lost on fans.

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Chris Brown and Ray J have linked up for an official collaborative mixtape called “Burn My Name”. While some of the music here is previously released, the project features some new material and features from Vince Staples (sort of, his interlude stems from a radio interview), Jackie Long, Payso B and Truth KO.

The production is hella bouncy, and both vocalists come correct, crooning about romantic woes, side bitches, sex, and celebrity stature.

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This year’s Summer Jam bill was stacked: Chris Brown, Migos, Fat Joe & Remy Ma, DJ Khaled & Friends, Trey Songz, French Montana & Friends, Tory Lanez, Joey Bada$$, Funk Flex & Friends, Desiigner, Charly Black & Konshens Jidenna, and a special 20 Years of B.I.G.

Tribute presented by Faith Evans. In addition, before the main gates opened, the show kicked off with an outdoor Festival Stage pre-show featuring performances from Lil Yachty, D.R.A.M., Young M.A., A Boogie, Don Q, Dave East, PnB Rock, Casanova & Phresher.

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Another highlight was Chris Brown’s electric set. He showed off his dancing skills while running through hit records like “Back To Sleep,” “Ayo,” “Loyal,” “Show Me,” and “Party.” He also Milly Rocked with Playboy Carti, who performed his smash hit, “Magnolia,” and put on for New York by bringing out the legendary DMX.

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On Tuesday night, Chris Brown premiered his upcoming documentary Welcome To My Life in Los Angeles. Now, the singer has dropped the title track, which serves as a musical summary of the film’s main narrative. Over an uptempo, techno-inspired beat, Breezy enlists Ohio rapper Cal Scruby to reflect on the ups and downs of their respective careers, sparing no detail.

Fans of Chris Brown will no doubt love this anthem, as it provides some honest insight into the singer’s busy and sometimes tumultuous life. While the track has yet to drop globally (it hits all stores midnight tonight), it has been released in select markets.

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Chris Brown was joined by his three-year-old daughter Royalty for the premiere of the documentary Chris Brown: Welcome To My Life in Los Angeles.

Chris was every inch the proud father as he carefully carried his daughter in his arms for a night at the film, which is about his life produced by, Andrew Listermann of Riveting Entertainment.

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Chris Brown just announced a new project called Privacy, which he’ll share new music from this week. In the meantime, he’s hopped on the buzzing single “Bruk Off Ya Back.” The dancehall single gets a North American touch with Brown’s slick R&B hooks, which may give it a boost in the U.S. market.

We’ve seen a lot of pop, rap and R&B artists embracing dancehall rhythms over the last little while, which has resulted in some big chart singles. It’s only right that a Jamaican artist earn a hit in North America, even if it takes a little help from a familiar voice.

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Jeremih taps Chris Brown and Big Sean for a star-studded party on “I Think of You.” Over a funky sample of Montell Jordan’s ’90s classic “Get It On Tonite,” the Chi-town crooner sings about his ability to intoxicate a partner. “I gave you the best you ever had,” he sings. “Gave you one dose and got you addicted.”

Sex is also on Breezy’s mind throughout his raunchy verse. “Last time, we had a really good time,” he harmonizes. “We was naked / Bumpin’ and makin’ love.”

And finally, Sean Don carries the theme into his explicit verse. “We make the room feel like summer Miami,” he raps. “No stressing whenever you leave / ‘Cause can’t nobody in the world fuck you better than me.”

Listen to “I Think of You” below.

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Chris Brown returns with his new single “Party” which includes guest features from Usher and Gucci Mane. Brown has been teasing the single for several days now with a series of countdown posts on his Twitter page.

The five-minute clip, which he also directed, opens with Breezy trying to get into an underground club. But to gain access, he must impress the gatekeeper with a dance routine. After winning them over with his song “Kriss Kross” (off OHB’s Attack the Block mixtape), he gains access. Once inside, he continues to wow with his electrifying moves.

Aside from music, Brown has also hinted at a documentary about his career, recently posting a clip on Twitter. In the trailer, the film is called Welcome to My Life, and includes appearances from Usher and Mike Tyson.

“Party” serves as a lead single off Brown’s eighth album Heartbreak on a Full Moon, due next year.

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