Here’s a new song from Soulja Boy featuring Chris Brown titled “Yahama Mama”.
Some of you may have heard the song before with Sean Kingston. It appears Soulja Boy axed Sean Kingston from the song and replaced him with Chris Brown.
I’ll be quiet about what I think of this song. Go Chris Brown!
Press the play button to stream the song:
It looks like Chris Brown was so in demand there that they just HAD to add more shows! Sounds good to me.
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Jasmin sent me an e-mail informing me Chris was on England’s radio station Radio 1. The program he was on was called “Switch” and was on the air from 7PM to 10PM. Stay clicked.
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Make sure you stay clicked on MSG.com for all the latest info on Z100’s Jingle Ball 2008. It’s taking place on December 12th! The line-up is spectacular. NYC Fans, you definitely don’t want to miss it!
Stream it here for a limited time only.
Back from her trip to New York, Rihanna went shopping with beau Chris Brown along Los Angeles’s trendy Robertson Boulevard. The lovebirds stopped at Kitson Men, where they shopped for Brown, and Kitson Studio. “They were holding hands and walking around the store looking at things,” an onlooker says. At Kitson Studio, the two picked up goodies for Rihanna. Says the onlooker: “They were really lovey dovey the whole time.”
LOS ANGELES (AP) – Chris Brown wants Madonna on his next album. The 19-year-old crooner says the Material Girl would be his dream duet for a track on his upcoming CD “Graffiti,” which is due out next year. He says he’d also love to work with Coldplay. He’s collaborated with Jordin Sparks, David Banner and girlfriend Rihanna in the past.
Brown predicts that “Graffiti” will be a bigger project for him. Speaking from the red carpet at the American Music Awards, the platinum-selling R&B star said: “It’s going to be my stepping stone from Chris Brown to superstar.”
If he’s not there yet, he’s close. Brown took home the most trophies at the Sunday awards show: He won artist of the year, favorite pop-rock and soul-R&B male artist while his gal pal Rihanna won favorite pop-rock and soul-R&B female artist awards.
By DERRIK J. LANG
AP Entertainment Writer
I’m loving it. Coldplay?! That would be so amazing! Chris Brown is crossing over and it’s going to be insane. This next album is going to be his best yet! Who would you like for Chris Brown to work with? I know I’d like to see him get Britney for the next album. I guess it’s just because I am a crazy Britney fan. Oh, by the way her album is in stores on December 2nd. Go cop it! LOL!
SOURCE: AP Entertainment via Starpulse & Joey (thanks for risking your life for Chris Brown and the site – lol)
Mathathon.org: Chris Brown is one of this year’s hosts for the Math-A-Thon film. In the film, Chris encourages students to get excited about math, shows how you use math in everyday life, and how participating in Math-A-Thon helps other kids. The film also features video clips from Chris’ mega hit “Run It.”
Chris Brown is a multi Grammy-nominated entertainer, the 2006 Billboard Music Artist of the Year, a pop singer, dancer and actor. He releases his sophomore album Exclusive November 6, and also has a leading role in the upcoming movie This Christmas, which hits theaters November 21. His self-titled debut album premiered at #2 on the Billboard charts and has sold 2.5 million copies worldwide. Chris headlined his own “Up Close & Personal” tour in 2006, during which he raised more than $50,000 for St. Jude through the donation of proceeds from every ticket sold. His new headlining tour “Ford Presents Up Close & Personal Holiday Exclusive Tour” begins in December.
St. Jude is excited to have Chris involved in the Math-A-Thon program.
Don’t miss Chris Brown in the Math-A-Thon film. Ask your teacher if your school is signed up for Math-A-Thon. Have your teacher call 1-800-FUNBOOK (386-2665) to join.
I was trying to write something really inspiring and stuff, but I can’t really come up with anything good enough. So, just know that I think this is great and I hope that more stuff like this keeps showing up. He’s adding substance. A true mega-star indeed.
(Probably a few hours).
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