The unofficial remix to “Somebody Else” finds Brown adding his own twist to Mario and Nicki Minaj’s new single. The results are satisfactory, but nothing too out of the norm. Brown has a voice that can do few wrongs, and this remix is certainly not one of them. You can stream the song at the end of this post.
In additional Chris Brown headlines, the singer is reportedly preparing to release a new single featuring deceased songstress Aaliyah. We’ll keep an eye out for the audio and bring you any updates as the surface. (more…)
Taken from the pop star’s forthcoming July release, “I Can’t Win” is another high-gloss offering from Brown. The beat is drenched the synth and electronic sound effects, but once Brown comes in it’s all about the bass and snare. You can stream the song below.
X, the new album from Chris Brown, arrives in stores July 16. (more…)
Doing his best to turn his fans’ attention away from his recent court dates and appearances, Brown has released the official video for his latest single, “Home.” The clip features a compilation of footage from Brown’s recent world touring efforts, as well as a plethora of behind-the-scenes shots, and can be viewed below. (more…)
Before you settle back into your La-Z-Boy this Sunday to watch the big game, let’s take a moment to recap some of the best and worst music-related Super Bowl commercials ever to grace your TV screen. Let’s just hope that The Flaming Lips don’t embarrass themselves in their much-hyped Hyundai ad this year.
Who better to talk about the gritty determination that defines Detroit than the poster bad boy of the Motor City, Eminem? This brooding car ad actually instilled a spot of Motown pride amid the general goofiness that usually defines Super Bowl commercials. Good job, Rabbit. (more…)
The internet was buzzing yesterday with talk of an altercation between Chris Brown and Frank Ocean at a Los Angeles area recording studio. Apparently, the two vocalists and their friends got into a scuffle over a parking space that eventually lead to punches being thrown. Now that statements have been taken from the majority of people (Chris Brown fled the scene and did not speak with police right away), it seems most signs point to Chris Brown having actually started the incident.
According to TMZ, the accounts being given to police claim that Brown threw the first punch after Ocean refused to shake his hand. This lead to the eventual scuffle between groups, but police say neither singer was involved in the larger incident.
Given the nature of the attack, Ocean may be pressing charges against Brown, which could create a very interesting situation given Brown’s current probation. Reuters quotes Los Angeles County Sheriff’s spokesman Steve Whitmore as saying that Ocean is desirous of prosecution in this incident,” so it seems such action is imminent.
Chris Brown still has yet to publicly comment on the altercation, but he did post a painting of Jesus Christ on the cross to his Instagram yesterday with the message “Painting the way I feel today. Focus on what matters!” (more…)
TMZ is reporting that Chris Brown and Frank Ocean were involved in a fight at a Los Angeles recording studio last night following a dispute over parking. Apparently, Brown was at the studio working with an artist he recently signed, when Ocean rolled through and complained to Brown that he was parked in the wrong place. What followed exactly is unclear, but according to tweets from Frank Ocean (seen below) it seems Chris and his security jumped Ocean, with Brown landing at least one punch on the “Pyramids” vocalist. This is contrary to other reports, which claim Frank’s guards were the first to start the fight. Police were called to the scene, but Brown left before they could arrive. Ocean stayed to answer questions, and as a result is currently being considered the victim in the situation.
Police are still hoping to speak with Brown about the altercation, but as of 8AM (EST) he had yet to step forward and cooperate. Stay tuned for further developments. (more…)