Do You Mind
DJ Khaled Feat. Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Future, August Alsina, Jeremih & Rick Ross
"Holy Key," the first single from DJ Khaled's album Major Key, was a triumph. In particular, the Kendrick verse. With the album due out tomorrow, Khaled premieres another track by way of iHeartRadio called "Do You Mind." The supporting cast of Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Future, August Alsina, Jeremih, and Rick Ross is like the rap equivalent of the "New Year's Eve" cast.
A Lot Of Love
Yesterday, Chris Brown reacted to the recent deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile by releasing a new record, "My Friend." He continues the trend of new releases today with "A Lot of Love." Whereas "My Friend" was a bit more downtrodden, in terms of sound and content, "A Lot of Love" is much more uplifting and positive in production and mindset.
Given all the turmoil going on around us, with two unjustified deaths of black men basically back-to-back, Chris Brown has responded in the way he knows best: through music. The r'n'b singer took to twitter to drop a new record this afternoon, "My Friend." He says of the song, "This song I released for free for anybody dealing with injustice or struggle in their lives." It's a slow-moving, heartfelt piano ballad that touches on the struggle you face after losing someone close to you-- whether that's in death or in another manner. Are you feeling it?
Chris Brown Feat. Famous Fresh
Following up last week’s “Shabba” release with Trey Songz, French Montana & Wizkid, another new song & accompanying video from Chris Brown has somehow surfaced online today called “Leave Broke” featuring Famous Fresh.
WizKid, Chris Brown, Trey Songz & French Montana
The Nigerian rising star known as WizKid, a vital part of Drake's record-setting hit "One Dance," has come through today with the official version of "Shabba," a track dedicated to the Jamaican dancehall legend Shabba Ranks. Aside from WizKid, the party-starting anthem features the all-star cast of Chris Brown, Trey Songz, French Montana, and Mike Will Made-It, who handles the production.
Chris Brown Feat. WizKid, Hoody Baby & Section Boyz
Chris Brown liberated a new song Thursday morning called "Shabba." Nigeria singer WizKid, Dallas rapper Hoody Baby, and London crew Section Boyz all make appearances on the track, and Mike WiLL Made-It continues his incredible 2016 run with a glockenspiel-driven beat that wouldn't have felt entirely out on place on Coloring Book.
Teyana Taylor Feat. Chris Brown
Despite being a new mother with Cavs hairdo innovator Iman Shumpert, Teyana Taylor has held all of her sex appeal intact, and she's feeling herself on her new single, "Freak On," featuring another singer who's always ready to get his freak on in Chris Brown. It's a certified slapper produced by DJ Mustard, intended for the roughest type of horseplay imaginable. Though it's not all raunch, as their go-for-broke bedroom impulses are ultimately driven by their inner-romance.
Bring It Back
Chris Brown Feat. T-Pain
After a minor private jet snafu, Chris Brown made it safely to Cannes Film Festival this morning. He celebrates by releasing a new banger with T-Pain called "Bring it Back."
Trap Out The Uber
Bricc Baby Feat. Chris Brown
Bricc Baby's Nasty Dealer was one of 2015's most slept on projects, but with the sequel on the way, the Batgang and MPA-affiliated rapper seems ready to have his real breakout this year. One-upping Madintyo, Bricc Baby delivers "Trap Out The Uber," a collaboration with Chris Brown that continues to build on the rapper's strengths exhibited on his last project.
DJ Drama Feat. Chris Brown, Skeme & LyQuin
DJ Drama is finally ready to begin the roll out for the follow-up to his 2012 album, Quality Street Music. The ATL DJ released the first single off Quality Street Music 2 this morning, rounding up Chris Brown, Skeme and up & comer Lyquin for the smooth, bedroom-jam ready "Wishing."
No Romeo No Juliet
50 Cent Feat. Chris Brown
50 Cent dropped The Kanan Tape at the tail end of 2015, and since then, he's been pushing his Sonny Digital-produced record, "I'm The Man," a song Birdman recently endorsed in his HOT 97 interview. 50's decided to follow up the single today with a new Chris Brown collaboration, which sounds like it could potentially get some radio play. The song is set too appear on Kanan: Reloaded, the follow up to his most recent tape that should be impacting soon. It's not clear if this one will be a retail release or yet another free project. Does 50 have a hit on his hands?
Chris Brown Feat. Juelz Santana
Last Thursday it was all about Drake, as most users were patiently awaiting the arrival of VIEWS. There isn't an event of comparable magnitude this week, but today's TBT focuses on a star who's been in the mainstream spotlight for even longer than Drake, and that's Chris Brown.
Grass Ain't Greener
Chris Brown wanted to celebrate his 27th birthday right away last night, as he decided to drop his new single, "Grass Ain't Greener," right at midnight. The track was initially released as an Apple Music exclusive, but now Brown has made "Grass Ain't Greener" available through his YouTube channel so that he can continue celebrating his born day with all of his fans.
Grass Aint Greener (Snippet)
To celebrate his 27th birthday today (May 5), Chris Brown decides to keep his word and release his brand new single “Grass Aint Greener" exclusively on Apple Music unfortunately.
Chris Brown Feat. Kevin Gates, Young Blacc & Young Lo
Chris Brown shared his new mixtape, Before The Trap: Nights In Tarzana, on Friday, putting together a selection of varied tracks with the members of his OHB crew. The project is all over the place, working with Atlanta-influenced trap sounds, acoustic guitars, as well as the more comfortable West Coast club records Chris has been doing a lot of lately. "Socialize" falls squarely in the last category, with Young Blacc and Young Lo supplying capable verses while Chris does his thing on the hook.
Chris Brown Feat. Section Boyz & Quavo
As promise, Breezy dropped his mixtape with OHB today. That mixtape included his collaboration “Whippin” with the UK’s Section Boyz and Migos’ Quavo as the second track.The song is an extended crew jam (it’s seven minutes long), with each of the Section Boyz getting their own verse. Breezy handles the chorus, and Quavo appears just before the halfway point to break up all the Brits. The beat is spares, with simple drums slapping over echoing synth and vocal samples.
Kid Red Feat. Migos & Chris Brown
Fresh off his "Wrist" remix with Young Thug & Jeezy, Chris Brown decides to assist fellow West Coast artist Kid Red on his new single “Bounce” featuring Migos.
Chris Brown Feat. Jeezy & Young Thug
While Beyonce was busy stunning the world with her "Lemonade" special on HBO, a visual album that soon led to the Tidal-only release of Lemonade, her sixth studio album, Chris Brown decided to drop off a new rap remix of his Royalty track "Wrist," which originally featured Texas rapper Solo Lucci. For the remix, Breezy has switched out Lucci for two ATLiens in Jeezy and Young Thug. The track was produced by The Mekanics and Khemasis.
Chris Brown Feat. OHB
After teasing on IG a couple days ago, Chris Brown decides to join in on the 4/20 festivities and release a new record with his OHB crew called “Shut Down.”
Back To Ghost (Remix)
Chris Brown's "Fuck You Back To Sleep" has gotten three official remixes to date: #1 - remixed by Usher and Zayn #2 - remixed by Tank, Anthony Hamilton, & R Kelly