Something New (Radio Rip)
Zendaya Feat. Chris Brown
Teen sensation, Zendaya,decides to some through tonight and premiere her new Chris Brown-featured single called “Something New,” which was debuted across radio platform earlier today. Co-produced by Babyface, “Something New” samples TLC’s CrazySexyCool smash hit “Creep,” and is a catchy, mid-tempo cut that finds Zendaya showing off her soft vocals. Add in a verse from Chris Brown, and you got yourself a new single that’s destined for pop-success & the ariwaves. Take a listen and let us know what you think.
Chris Brown appeared on Pusha T's debut album, My Name Is My Name, and while he didn't show up on his recent follow up, Darkest Before Dawn, he's managed to sneak on to one of the biggest tracks through a new remix released today on his SoundCloud. Taking on "M.F.T.R.," Breezy plays both Dream and Push, interpolating the original hook before moving away from the established structure, jumping into some bars that become increasingly technical as he goes.
Call Me (When It's Over)
Rockie Fresh Feat. Chris Brown
Of all tracks on Rockie Fresh's excellent new mixtape The Night I Went To..., the one that has the greatest chance of becoming a hit and propelling Rockie to uncharted heights is, by far, "Call Me (When It's Over") feat. Chris Brown.
Who's Gonna (Nobody) (Remix)
Chris Brown Feat. Keith Sweat
If you know your R&B, you'd have spotted Chris Brown's homage to Keith Seat's 1996 single, "Nobody," on Royalty highlight "Who's Gonna (Nobody)" right away. If you missed it, Chris has made sure that you know exactly who inspired the record, bringing Sweat out for the remix.
Tyga Feat. Chris Brown
With the clock striking midnight, Tyga gave us the green light to premiere his long awaited new mixtape, Rawwest Nigga Alive. Laced with 16 tracks in total, the follow up Fuk Wat They Talkin Bout features guest appearances from Chris Brown, Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, and more. Looking to highlight the tape, here goes one of its standout cuts called “Rumorz” featuring frequent collaborator Chris Brown. If anyone knows a thing or two about dealing with the media and rumors, it would definitely be these two.
Tank Feat. Chris Brown, Sage The Gemini & Siya
Looking to move on from the R&B group TGT, Tank is now shifting his focus towards his upcoming solo album Sex, Love & Pain II. Due out January 22, the 12-track project will feature guest appearances from Wale, Yo Gotti, Chris Brown, Sage The Gemini, Rich Homie Quan, and more.
Blood On My Hands
As we reported on yesterday, Chris Brown decided to treat his European/UK/Canadian fans with a special Royalty International EP. The singer, who hasn't toured the UK for over five years, wrote along with the release of the EP: "Haven't seen my fans in the UK, Australia, NZ, Ireland and Canada in a while. This is for you." The EP features five new records, including another Future feature.
Rico Richie Feat. Chris Brown, French Montana & Meek Mill
Now that Rico Richie is out of prison, he's returning to the music. While he was locked up, it seems like his career/breakout single "Poppin" fizzled out a bit. Not to worry though, because he's giving it another big push with the official version of his big "Poppin" remix.
Little More (Royalty)
Chris Brown has been going hard these past two weeks, as we near the release of his new album Royalty. The album is now set to drop in two days time, and after giving us a few music videos (including last night's visual for "Anyways" with Tayla Parx), we're excited to premiere the latest album leak, "Little More (Royalty)."
Chris Brown Feat. Juelz Santana
Chris Brown was a bright-eyed 16-year-old from Virginia when he burst onto the scene in 2005. His first hit, "Run It!" was huge -- it went number one, thanks in part to an appearance from Juelz Santana at the height of his powers, as well as the production of noted hitmakers Sean Garrett and Scott Storch. STORCH!!! The "Run It" music video depicts a teenage Breezy, still with that twinkle in his eye, before the music industry wore him down, before he had to go and beat the shit out of Rihanna.
Chris Brown Feat. Tayla Parx
A song from Chris Brown's upcoming album Royalty called "Wrist" leaked last week. Now, the interwebs have been blessed with another Royalty leak, a veritable club banger called "Anyway." The track features a relative unknown by the name of Tayla Parx and alters between massive synths and gentle arpeggiated guitar.
Been Around The World
August Alsina Feat. Chris Brown
On December 11, August Alsina will release his sophomore album This Thing Called Life, which will contain 15 tracks and feature guest appearances from Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, Jadakiss, and Anthony Hamilton. Available now for pre-orders on iTunes, those of you who take advantage of the early purchase will receive the Chris Brown-assisted joint, “Been Around The World,” for free as an instant download.
Chris Brown Feat. Solo Lucci
Chris Brown has been bringing the heat lately, whether it's album records or two albums-worth of mixtape songs (that are seemingly throwaway/left over album session cuts).
Til The Morning
DJ Carisma Feat. Chris Brown & DeJ Loaf
Fresh off the release of his 34-track mixtape Before The Party, Chris Brown is back today lending a hand on Power 106’s DJ Carisma’s new single “Till The Morning,” featuring Dej Loaf.
Hell Of A Night
Chris Brown Feat. French Montana & Fetty Wap
French Montana and Fetty Wap joined Chris Brown for his "Hell Of A Nite" tour last summer, which resulted in their joint mixtape Coke Zoo, but with the release of Brown's "Before The Party" mixtape, it seems we've got another collab cooked up on the road. Named after the tour itself, the record is another bright RnBass track akin to Chris' successful work with west coast producer Nic Nac. This one, however, is produced by Foreign Teck for The Mekanics.
Chris Brown Feat. Rihanna, Wiz Khalifa & Kelly
Chris Brown surprised fans this morning with a 34-song free project, Before the Party, which serves as a warm-up to the anticipated album Royalty. Royalty was originally expected to drop today, but instead the album's pre-order went live today. This free mixtape should be encouragement enough to hit that pre-order button. The mixtape kicks off strong, with "Counterfeit," featuring Rihanna, Wiz Khalifa and Kelly. The song is about searching for love in all the wrong places, and ending up with wannabe-hoes.
Fine By Me
A while ago Chris Brown previewed this banger on his Instagram, and today we get to listen to the full record. As we saw on the Instagram snippets, it's a club-ready r'n'b banger. It begins with a Michael Jackson-esque 80s vibe that culminates with an exciting hook build-up, giving it an EDM feel but without being overtly so. Does he have a hit on his hands with this one?
G-Eazy Feat. Chris Brown & Tory Lanez
As it sits, G-Eazy is 4 for 4 on releases ahead of his sophomore album When It's Dark Out. Now "Drifting" feat. Chris Brown & Tory Lanez has leaked. Is he now 5 for 5? You be the judge. Tory Lanez takes the opening verse over a swirling production, full of reversed vocals, and then turns the mic over to Breezy who proceeds to slay the hook. G-Eazy then takes the reins, rapping on missing his old girlfriends, baring his regrets for all to see.
Sex You Back To Sleep
Currently in the process of gearing up for Royalty, Chris Brown slides through with a new single called "Sex You Back to Sleep." It's somewhat of a ballad by Breezy's standards, a slow jam custom-made for the bedroom (though you wouldn't want to put it on with just anybody...). It is more or less Marvin Gaye's timeless classic "Sexual Healing," except the 2015 version. Breezy doesn't hold back.
Skeme Feat. Chris Brown
If you're a fan of Skeme, you're already very familiar with "36 Oz," the opening track from Ingleworld 2. The hook is one of the biggest melody the rapper has ever written, and it's now been further sculpted with the addition of Chris Brown on a new rework of the track for Ingleworld 3.