Here’s a little teaser of David Guetta’s music video “I Can Only Imagine” featuring Chris Brown and Lil Wayne. The official video releases on July 2nd. Can’t wait!!
Chris Brown Talks Fortune Album, Bobby Brown, Stuck On Stupid & Party Hard with MTV.
According to several reports, which are still pretty shaky at this point, Breezy sent a bottle of champagne to Drake’s entourage, which included rapper Meek Mill, as a nice gesture (he reportedly did the same thing for his ex-girlfriend Rihanna at a club outing just days earlier). Drake and his entourage sent the bottle back to Breezy with a note, reportedly referencing Drake’s sexual relationship with Rihanna (‘I’m f****** the love of your life, deal with it’).
Breezy went to confront Drake, Drake threw a punch at Breezy, and someone from Drake’s entourage threw a bottle at Breezy. But before the singer could retaliate, onlookers claim another man hit him in the face with a bottle.
Fists began flying between the two entourages. Security broke the fight up, and Drake reportedly fled the scene while things calmed down.
After the club brawl, Breezy posted a picture to Instagram of a bloody gash he sustained to the chin. “Bottles? It’s nothing! Lol,” “How u party wit rich n**** that hate? Lol… Throwing bottles like girls? #shameonya! he wrote.
Drake has yet to comment on the fight, but Meek Mill, who also has a strained relationship with Breezy over his dealings with Rihanna, offered his two cent on the bottle-throwing fiasco: “It wasn’t me…. (shaggy voice) lol.”
The New York Police department confirmed to the website that the two singers’ crews got into a fight at WIP nightclub – 5 people were injured in the melee. Sources say that one of the people seriously injured was Chris’s body guard “Big Pat” who was put in the hospital.
Yesterday Chris was at BET’s 106 & Park promoting Fortune and giving a minor interview. Check out the videos below!
Bobby Brown thinks people should respect Chris Brown, because of his skills as an entertainer, rather than his personal life.
Both singers have bad boy reputations, but Bobby thinks the public should put their views on Chris’ personal life aside, and admire him for his talent.
Speaking about Chris’ battle to turn around his image after his conviction for assaulting then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009, leaving her badly bruised, Bobby told MTV:
”Chris Brown is incredible. He’s an incredible dancer, incredible singer. I respect him a lot because he’s held his head up throughout everything that he’s been through.
”He’s only been through a little bit, but the boy is talented and you can’t take talent away. Talent is given from God, you can’t learn what he does. He’s a bona fide entertainer and he should be respected.”
Bobby – who alongside his late wife, Whitney Houston, spiralled into drug addiction in the 90s – thinks Chris, 23, who is no relation, will eventually be forgiven, and has a long career ahead of him.
”He’s still young and he’s got a long way to go. I’m 30 years deep into this entertainment thing and I could see him 30 years from now, still doing what he does — flipping and singing and dancing.
With less than a month to go until his fifth album Fortune drops, Chris Brown reveals the guest list and production credits. Big Sean, Wiz Khalifa, Nas, Kevin McCall, Sabrina Antoinette, and Sevyn make the guest list, with production from Polow Da Don, The Runners, The Underdogs, Boi-1da, Tha Bizness, Danja, William Orbit, and Brown, who co-produced three tracks.
1. “Turn Up the Music” – Produced by The Underdogs & Fuego
2. “Bassline” – Produced by Pop Wansel, co-produced by Dayvi Jae
3. “Till I Die” feat. Big Sean & Wiz Khalifa – Produced by Danja
4. “Mirage” feat. Nas – Produced by Harmony, co-produced by Chris Brown
5. “Don’t Judge Me” – Produced by The Messengers
6. “2012″ – Produced by Adonis, co-produced by Kevin “K-Mac” McCall
7. “Biggest Fan” – Produced by The Runners, co-produced by The Monarch
8. “Sweet Love” – Produced by Polow da Don & Jason “JP” Perry
9. “Strip” feat. Kevin McCall – Produced by Tha Bizness
10. “Stuck on Stupid” – Produced by Brian “BK” Kennedy, co-produced by Dante Jones
11. “4 Years Old” – Produced by Polow Da Don & Tommy Hittz
12. “Party Hard/Cadillac (Interlude)” feat. Sevyn – Produced by Brian “BK” Kennedy & Boi-1da
13. “Don’t Wake Me Up” – Produced by Benny & Alle Benassi, Free School & William Orbit, co-produced by Brian “BK” Kennedy
14. “Trumpet Lights” feat. Sabrina Antoinette – Produced by Polow Da Don, co-produced by Jerome “J Roc” Harmon
15. “Tell Somebody” – Produced by Polow da Don, co-produced by Jerome “J Roc” Harmon
16. “Free Run” – Produced by The Underdogs
17. “Remember My Name” feat. Sevyn – Produced by Free School & Chris Brown, co-produced by Jonas Jeberg
18. “Wait for You” – Produced by Harmony aka H-Money, co-produced by Chris Brown
19. “Touch Me” feat. Sevyn – Produced by R.A.P. 1220