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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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Tyga links up with Chris Brown for “Rumorz,” coming off his newly-released “Rawwest Nigga Alive” tape. With the clock striking midnight, Tyga gave us the green light to premiere his long awaited new mixtape, Rawwest Nigga Alive. Laced with 16 tracks in total, the follow up Fuk Wat They Talkin Bout features guest appearances from Chris Brown, Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, and more.
Looking to highlight the tape, here goes one of its standout cuts called “Rumorz” featuring frequent collaborator Chris Brown. If anyone knows a thing or two about dealing with the media and rumors, it would definitely be these two.
Breezy is doing it again for the ‘Gram. Less than a month after releasing his album Royalty, Chris Brown debuted a brand new song for his fans in a series of 13 Instagram videos. Clad in a yellow AAPE x SpongeBob hoodie, Breezy sings along to the R&B jam, about a girl who thinks the grass is greener on the other side. It’s not long before he turns the studio into a dance floor and starts busting out some slick moves. Based on the snippet, it sounds like Breezy’s got another hit on his hands.
There is chatter that he is working on another mixtape called After the Party, the follow-up to his November project Before the Party, which featured never-before-heard collaborations with Rihanna, Wiz Khalifa, Wale, Tyga, Fetty Wap, Pusha T, and French Montana.
Royalty entered at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 last month, moving 184,000 units in its first week.
After blessing us with 3 stellar R&B jams off his forthcoming album Sex, Love & Pain II, the R&B General Tank switches up the vibe with the bouncy, club influenced “#BDAY” featuring Chris Brown, Siya & Sage The Gemini.
Breezy kicks off the bass-heavy banger with the call out hook, Siya jumps in quick with a slick verse, followed by Tank who lays down his seductive celebratory plans. “I don’t want to waste no time, baby girl I know just what you like / Get it in the air we can take flight / It’s a special thing it’s only right, girl,” he sings.
Brown hopes to get loose with a new lady that caught his eye, while Sage The Gemini looks to get right with a chick that isn’t happy at home. “Happy Birthday, yea, we’re gonna get along / Here’s a bag of nothin, go put it on,” he raps.
Tank’s Sex Love & Pain II is in stores on January 22, you can pre-order it on iTunes now and receive 4 instant grad tracks.
The multi-talented, Grammy Award-winning artist Chris Brown delivered his first performance of 2016 to the wall-to-wall packed Drai’s Nightclub at The Cromwell in Las Vegas.
The crowd inside the rooftop venue erupted from the moment Brown took the Drai’s LIVE stage and continued straight through as the resident artist delivered a hearty dose of his smooth moves and melodies late into the night.
The “Ayo” singer’s full-length concert performance featured chart-topping hits like “Deuces,” “Loyal,” and many others. Before introducing his final song, Brown took a moment to give a shoutout to R&B artist and record producer Akon, who took in the performance from just behind the DJ booth onstage.
Brown and his entourage kept the party going as they enjoyed Ace of Spades Champagne and Ciroc at their VIP booth following the show.
While we may have to wait a couple more weeks for The Young OG Project 2, Fabolous decides to hold us over by revisiting the first installment and sharing a new video for his Chris Brown-featured cut “She Wildin.”
Watch as the two artists take over a house party and show off their dab moves in this Gerald Victor-directed clip above. It serves as the follows up to Fabo’s latest mixtape Summertime Shootout, and Breezy’s Royalty album.
Chris Brown is gracing the December/January 2016 issue of VIBE magazine rocking a grey teddy bear Joy Rich crew sweater and flashing his huge gorgeous smile.
Inside the issue, Breezy opens up about becoming a father and revealed when he first approached Nia Guzman, she told him Royalty wasn’t his daughter.
I had thought about it. I had saw pictures, and I was like ‘Damn.’ So I asked, and [Nia] was like ‘Nah, it’s not you.’ So I was like cool, I didn’t think it was an issue. But when I found out, it was kind of like, ‘Damn, she looks just like me.’ And I didn’t care about how me and her mother didn’t have a relationship, I didn’t care about any situation. I just wanted to see her. I just wanted to be able to have that opportunity, as something personal to me. I’m not gonna be upset, I’m not gonna be mad. I have to be honest with myself and pick the priorities over the situation. I had to make my priority my daughter.
On how being a “stereotype” and his thoughts on police brutality against Black men:
“I’m the general statistic of the young black male: a father out of wedlock, tattoos, sags my pants, hangs with people that would be called outcasts, been to jail, has a criminal record.” But as the discussion shifts to the onslaught of police brutality against his not-famous peers, Brown’s response is layered with conflicting sensibilities. On one hand, he’s not responsible for speaking out against injustice because he isn’t running for office. On the other, he separates his celebrity status from his personal thoughts and feelings. On yet another, he urges black people to “stick together” and laments the absence of “black leaders.” Admittedly operating in an industry and society “convoluted as prisoners to our own materialism,” Brown contends, “If I can complain about the diamonds not being bright enough on my chain or my ring, I should also be fighting just as hard to put somebody else in a house, helping somebody that’s homeless, feeding somebody, showing my concerns.” Not exactly the next champion of the movement, but it’s his way.