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  • Cover of Chris Brown, Trey Songz, T.I., J. Cole Slated To Play Power 106's "Cali Christmas" Concert
    L.A. radio station Power 106 hosts two big annual shows a year: one is the "PowerHouse," which took place in May, and the second is "Cali Christmas," which is going down on December 5th this year. The lineup's just been announced, and it includes Chris Brown, Trey Songz, T.I., J.
  • Cover of A History Of RnBeef
    Hey, Hip-Hop heads, enthusiasts, casual observers, etc.; ever wonder about the great feuds betwixt R&B legends? If you weren’t, that might be due to the fact that there aren't very many.
  • Cover of Chris Brown Says He Thinks Ebola Is "A Form Of Population Control"
    Chris Brown stirred up a bit of controversy on Twitter the other night, when he tweeted conspiratorial thoughts on the Ebola outbreak that is currently happening. The epidemic began in West Africa but has since migrated to United States.
  • Cover of Chris Brown, Beyoncé & Pharrell Among Nominees For 2014 Soul Train Awards
    With the nominations coming in for the American Music Awards earlier today, it seems like the award season that kicks off with the BET Hip-Hop Awards tomorrow night and ends with The Grammys has begun. The nominations for the Soul Train Awards followed shortly, and you can view a complete list below.
  • Cover of DJ Quik Calls Chris Brown And Lil Wayne's Alleged Gang Ties "Laughable"
    DJ Quik was on Sway In The Morning today to talk about his upcoming album The Midnight Life, and during his lengthy interview on the show, the veteran L.A. artist spoke his mind about Lil Wayne and Chris Brown's alleged ties with members of the Piru Bloods.
  • Cover of Charts Don’t Lie: October 12
    Prince has a crazy number of albums under his belt, and a loyal following at that. After taking a four-year break, he returned this year with not one, but two new albums. He put them out at the same time, and managed to move units on each, with each debuting within Billboard 200's top 10.
  • Cover of Charts Don’t Lie: October 5
    This week we only have one new entry so to speak of, and it's r'n'b/pop singer Jennifer Hudson with her newly-released JHUD. The album didn't do very much damage on the charts, but it still enters within the Billboard's top 10.
  • Cover of Chris Brown Calls TMZ CEO Harvey Levin "The Devil"
    If you're someone who constantly ends up on TMZ for shoving women, getting too drunk at a BET Awards after-party and, y'know, beating up your girlfriend, you might think the best solution is not doing those things, at least in public.
  • Cover of Chris Brown Says He's Not Gang Affiliated, He's "Cordial" With Gang Members
    The past few months have seen Chris Brown throwing up L.A. Bloods gang signs, being barred from Canada, being rumored to be involved in club brawls, and having a performance interrupted by a stabbing -- are these mere coincidences, or do they point to Brown's alleged gang ties?
  • Cover of Charts Don’t Lie: September 28
    This week Chris Brown makes his Billboard 200 debut with his new album X. The singer went above and beyond the projected sales, moving 146,000 copies opening week. As some people noticed, on Twitter Chris Brown tweeted that X had sold 495k, according to the Billboard Consumption Chart. He tweeted, "TEAM BREEZY!
  • Cover of Chris Brown's "X" Debuts At #2
    The numbers have arrived for Chris Brown's long-awaited album X. The projections determined that Breezy's new album would sell around 120,000 units opening week. However, the final numbers surpass this.
  • Cover of Chris Brown Performance Ends In Stabbing
    Chris Brown can't seem to avoid having his name attached to incidents like this one. The other week a fight broke out in a club, and once again Breezy's name was brought up, but he quickly denied having any part in it.
  • Cover of Chris Brown Talks About Weight Gain & Prison Time
    Chris Brown's new album X is currently in stores, and now that the singer is out of jail, he's been getting back into the usual artist routine, which includes things like interviews.
  • Cover of Review: Chris Brown's  "X" Album
    Sometimes one song can set the precedence for an album’s entirety and Chris Brown’s opening title-track, X does just that.
  • Cover of First Week Sales Projections For Chris Brown's "X"
    Earlier today we received a full album stream for Chris Brown's new album X, which just dropped today. Now we've received the first week sales projections for X as well.
  • Cover of Stream Chris Brown's New Album "X"
    Chris Brown's new album X officially hits store and iTunes today, and with that, the album has received a full stream courtesy of Spotify. The long-delayed project features a host of fellow r'n'b singers and several rap features. Collaborators include Jhene Aiko, R.
  • Cover of Chris Brown Gives Advice To Ray Rice On Controlling Anger
    Earlier in the week, footage of Ray Rice physically assaulting his wife (who at the time was his fiance) on an elevator.
  • Cover of Chris Brown Speaks On Ending Drake Beef: "You Can't Walk Around Holding Grudges"
    Chris Brown made headlines earlier today after his entourage was reportedly involved in another brawl last night in NYC, but now we got something a little more positive to report for y’all regarding Chris.
  • Cover of Chris Brown's Entourage Reportedly Involved In Club Brawl [Update: Rep For Chris Brown Responds]
    Chris Brown's name is once again popping up with news of another club brawl going down in NYC, and Chris' crew at the center of it. This report comes in shortly after Breezy put his Washington, DC assault case behind him, in an attempt to put all his energy towards his new album X and a tour for the LP.
  • Cover of Chris Brown Covers Billboard Magazine [Update: Chris Brown Speaks On Prison, Assault Case]
    With Chris Brown set to release his new album X on September 16th, the oft-troubled R&B star has popped up on the cover of Billboard Magazine's latest issue. Check out the cover above, and read an excerpt from his interview below.
  • Cover of Chris Brown Pleads Guilty To Washington, DC Assault
    Chris Brown was back in a familiar location this morning, as he headed to court as part of the on-going Washington, DC assault case. Last we heard from Breezy's legal troubles, it appeared as though the plea deal in the assault case wasn't going to work out, as both sides couldn't agree on the details.
  • Cover of Top Tracks Of The Week: Aug. 18-24
    This feature highlights a hand-picked selection of some of the bigger tracks of the week. We have chosen a few of the tracks that landed within our top 10 most played, focusing on those that stood out, and left room for discussion.
  • Cover of Chris Brown Releases Official Statement On Suge Knight Shooting
    As we reported over the weekend, Chris Brown's album release party for X hosted at 10AK nightclub in Hollywood ended in a shooting, with Suge Knight being one of the victims.
  • Cover of Suge Knight Reportedly Shot 6 Times In Los Angeles [Update: Family Releases Statement]
    A pre-VMA party turned violent Saturday night, when former Death Row Records head Suge Knight was shot inside of 10AK nightclub in West Hollywood.
  • Cover of Chris Brown Unveils "X" Tracklist
    Chris Brown's X has suffered plenty of setbacks, and when it was announced the album was coming in September, it was difficult not to take the announcement with a grain of salt.
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