A group in Sweden is against Chris Brown performing in the country and has put up posters of Rihanna’s battered face to get their point across. The images were put up in place of a promotional photos of Brown just ahead of his show scheduled for next week, in Stockholm.
Chris Brown hit the Pink + Dolphin store in Los Angeles Wednesday (Nov. 7), to celebrate his “Black Pyramid” collaboration with the company. Breezy was on had to greet fans, sign merchandise, and speak on the limited edition fashions, alongside Pink +Dolphin founders Neima Khalia, and Cena Berhaghi.
Chris Brown is eagerly awaiting the kick-off of his next tour, which he promises will raise the bar. During an interview with E! News host Terrence Jenkins at a charity event in Los Angeles Monday (Nov. 5), Breezy said that the tour will “top everything” that he’s ever done in the past.
Following his recent announcement, Chris Brown comes through with a new collab with B.o.B titled “Get Down”, set to miss the final cut for his July 3rd release, “Fortune”. The Virginian has refocused his sights on making quality rap music for his fans and critics alike.
Chris Brown isn’t the first R&B artist to blur the lines between singing and rapping, and he won’t be the last. The 23-year-old proved his rapping skills by way of his “Look At Me Now” single. With the release of his Fortune album looming, Brown sat down for a pre-bottle throwing interview with MTV News, […]
Hip-Hop is dead—according to Chris Brown. In the rest of his exclusive interview with Fuse, the singer explained the death of Hip-Hop, and its lack of marketability. “You know how they said Hip-Hop is dead, certain sh** is dead? It’s really dead because nobody believes in the brand anymore,” he said.
Although the headlines that he’s garnered lately as have been centered around his fight with Drake, before (and after) the bottle-throwing Chris Brown is focused on the music. The typically media shy singer sat down for an interview with Fuse where he spoke on wanting to make Michael Jackson proud.
Drake is denying rumors that he administered a viciously epic fade to Chris Brown and his cohorts. Reps for the Young Money rapper sent a statement to Hip-Hop Wired stating that the allegations regarding his involvement are false. “Drake did not participate in any wrongdoing of any kind last night at W.i.P.,” reads the statement.