Saturday, June 22, Los Angeles’ Power 106 held their 13th annual Power House concert. As always, the night was chocked full of surprises. One came in the form of YMCMB rapper Nicki Minaj during a headlining set by Chris Brown.
It’s a wonder that it took a rapper this long to jump on Chris Brown’s groove “Fine China.” What’s even more surprising is that Talib Kweli was the first to take the track to task. Nevertheless, the Brooklyn MC drops another damned good verse dedicated to the ladies over Brown’s melodious ode to Michael Jackson.
As Chris Brown makes his rounds with the press, he was sure to sit down with the The Breakfast Club trio to discuss some of his recent dealings. Among the topics discussed was Justin Bieber’s recent string of trouble, which Brown says is due to the ravenous nature of the media.
Outside of his most recent groove “Fine China,” Chris Brown has been very adamant about rapping as of late. So much so that he kicked a quick 16 at the forum of bars, better known as the Funkmaster Flex Show on Hot 97. Ironically or not, Flex spun Drake’s “Started From the Bottom” instrumental, and […]
If Chris Brown spent more time focusing on music, his reputation would take a turn for the better. Today Breezy drops the video, and single, for “Fine China,” the lead single from his forthcoming album, titled X.
Chris Brown is going “unknown” for his sixth studio album. The singer recently invited members of the media, to listen to his forthcoming release, which will be titled X.