It's a big week in rap releases, with both Big Sean and the Chris Brown/Tyga project hitting stores this Tuesday. The projections are in, and while neither are doing Drake numbers, both albums are coming in with decent sales.
Chris Brown's legal troubles have caught up with him once again. The singer was scheduled to perform in Montreal and Toronto this week on his Between The Sheets tour with Trey Songz and Tyga, but will not perform at said dates after being turned away from the Canadian border.
As both Chris Brown and Tyga kick off their "Between the Sheets" tour with Trey Songz, their new album officially hit shelves today. Both artists appeared on Hot 97 yesterday for an interview, and Chris Brown hit up The Breakfast Club solo for some last minute promo.
Drake and Chris Brown have had a weird relationship for a minute now. The two have had on-again-off-again beef, mainly over their respective on-again-off-again romances with Rihanna, but most recently, they've gotten into it over a pre-existing feud between Drake and Tyga.
Chris Brown has been known to dip his toes in the visual arts, but his work always seemed more of a personal hobby than a business venture. This week, the singer proved that he could actually generate money from his projects, at least when respected street artist KAI is involved.
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.