Chris Brown Songs

  • She Don't Love Me
    She Don't Love Me
    After months of delays, Boosie Badazz's first post-prison album, Touch Down 2 Cause Hell, is hitting shelves next Tuesday, May 26th. After hearing a number of tracks from the project, most recently the Keyshia Cole and J. Cole-assisted "Black Heaven," we get one more before release day. Here's "She Don't Love Me," featuring Chris Brown.
  • How Many Times
    How Many Times
    Since DJ Khaled dropped the all-R&B remix of "Hold You Down" in November, we haven't heard a peep from his upcoming album I Changed A Lot until today. Here's another classically star-studded Khaled joint called "How Many Times." It features Chris Brown, Lil Wayne and Big Sean. 
  • Moses
    French Montana's new tape has such an eclectic guest list that there's truly something for everyone on Casino Life 2: Paper Bag Legend. For the ATL fans and Chris Brown apologists among you, there's "Moses," a gargantuan record produced by the formidable team of Southside, 808 Mafia and DJ Spinz.
  • Do It Again
    Do It Again
    With contributions from Chris Brown and Tyga, and an instrumental from Nic Nac (producer of "Loyal," "Ayo," etc.), Pia Mia's new single, "Do It Again," is already poised to succeed, but it doesn't change the fact that the singer has been building something of her own over the past year.
  • Put It Up
    Put It Up
    Though the relationship between Chris Brown and Rihanna ended in turmoil, we'll still remember them as one of the top R&B power couples of all time. The two songs they released while dating, "Birthday Cake" and "Nobody's Business", showed off their special chemistry--but we always wanted more. Now's our lucky day. "Put It Up" has risen from the vaults, and it's a love song for the ages. 
  • Here It Is
    Here It Is
    Flo Rida seems to have some kind of deal with the industry where hits are just handed to him. Big hooks from big singers is the template for your average Rida song, and his newest record "Here It Is" doesn't stray from the proven formula. Chris Brown, who has been lending his vocals to many-a-hit over the last year or so takes the wheel on this one's gigantic chorus, and on one listen, it already sounds like a smash.
  • Jealous (Remix)
    Jealous (Remix)
    Beyonce's album came out at the tale end of 2013, but there still isn't a day that goes by where you don't hear some music from the surprise release. Today we've received a new version of the underrated deep cut, "Jealous," which now comes complete with new vocal contributions from Chris Brown.So far, it's not clear whether Chris decided to hop on the song himself, or whether this was actually meant to be officially released through Bey. Either way, it's out there now, as Brown chooses to take a classic duet approach, providing call and response verses to the ballad.
  • All Falls Down
    All Falls Down
    The last time R&B mainstays Usher and Chris Brown linked up, we got surefire heat in the form of X's "New Flame," and now the dynamic duo are back with another, most likely taken from Usher's upcoming album. Even though it's titled "All Falls Down," it unfortunately bears no similarities to Kanye West and Syleena Johnson's 2004 song of the same name.
  • Lil Bit (Remix)
    Lil Bit (Remix)
    Marvin Gaye's thirsty offspring won't leave T.I. be re: the Blurred Lines verdict. With his new freestyle over K Camp's "Lil Bit" (complete with a verse from Chris Brown), the King of the South is doing exactly what he should be doing -- keeping on rapping, staying in his lane, cruising 75 down the freeway, putting the blinders up so he doesn't have to look at the haters. 
  • Lil Bit (Remix)
    Lil Bit (Remix)
    Chris Brown revealed he'd be on an upcoming remix to K Camp's "Lil Bit" when he previewed his verse at a recent show, and today, the highly anticipated version of the track has made its way online. If you're a Vine user, you're probably already familiar with the track, as it happened to be the soundtrack to the infamous clip where an inspired twerker fell out of a car (she was ok!).
  • Get That Money (Tags)
    Get That Money (Tags)
    Lil Durk is finally ready to share his debut album, Remember My Name, with the rest of the world. Due out May 12, the album is being led by this new single called “Get That Money” featuring Chris Brown and French Montana.
  • You Changed Me
    You Changed Me
    We've been receiving a few leaks from Jamie Foxx this week, but today we get an official drop from Jamie's VEVO. The Kid Ink-featured "Baby's In Love" dropped over the weekend and received a pretty low user rating on the site, so we'll have to see how the Chris Brown-featured "You Changed Me" stacks up. Once again the theme is love, as all Jamie's leaks thus far have been about women.
  • Remember Me
    Remember Me
    After letting us hear their anticipated collaboration with ScHoolboy Q, "Bitches N Marijuana", which turned out to be poppier than we expected, the duo are back today with a track that leans more towards r'n'b than past cuts. Whereas the two past leaks found Breezy and Tyga on the rap tip with Nic Nac's bouncy West Coast production, "Remember Me" slows things down a notch with Chris singing the hook in addition to rapping a verse.
  • CoCo Pt. 3
    CoCo Pt. 3
    Earlier this week, OT Genasis shared what initially seemed to be a standard remix of his hit song "CoCo" that featured Jeezy and Meek Mill, but it was labelled "Part 2" and featured a new verse from him. It's now clear that he was planning on doing multiple versions of the song, as one featuring Chris Brown has just surfaced, entitled "Part 3".
  • Bitches N Marijuana
    Bitches N Marijuana
    Tyga and Chris Brown dropped off their '90s-tinged and lavish visuals for "Ayo" earlier this week, and as we enter in the month of February we're treated to the second album leak. It happens to be one of the most anticipated collaborations on the upcoming album, Fan of a Fan. ScHoolboy Q joins Breezy and T-Raww, with an equal (if not greater) love of bitches n' marijuana.
  • Don't Kill The Fun
    Don't Kill The Fun
    After working with Rich Harrison (producer behind Beyonce's "Crazy In Love" and Amerie's "1 Thing" in defunct R&B quartet, RichGirl, Sevyn Streeter turned to songwriting, penning hits like Ariana Grande's "The Way" and Chris Brown's "Fine China". With the release of her excellent, but criminally underrated debut EP, Call Me Crazy, But..., Sevyn had Brown return the favor with a feature, and it seems he's still re-paying the singer for her various songwriting credits.
  • Hotel
    To promote his upcoming album Full Speed, Kid Ink decides to come through and drop off his highly anticipated record “Hotel” featuring Chris Brown.
  • Blue Lipstick
    Blue Lipstick
    Thus far, every leak we've gotten from TeeFlii's upcoming debut album Starr has shown a different, increasingly impressive side of the young crooner.
  • She Wildin
    She Wildin
    It's Christmas day, which means you can currently cop Fabolous' new album The Young OG Project on iTunes right now. In case you want to hear what you're in for, we've got a stream for Loso's collaboration with the hook master Chris Brown. Fab has been outspoken about how this new LP has direct influences and samples from '90s hip-hop, and on "She Wildin'," Breezy and Fabolous take on "Oochie Wally" from Nas and The Bravehearts (which was on the tail end of '90s hip-hop having been released in 2000). Are you feeling it?
  • Ayo
    Chris Brown & Tyga’s long over due Fan Of A Fan 2 album looks to be finally on the way. Tonight, the duo decides to treat fans to an early X-mas gift and release their first single “Ayo”.
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