In an interview with Billboard, Chris Brown’s manager Tina Davis revealed that he would not be doing any interviews in 2012. She told the magazine that he won’t do interviews, but he will “concentrate on performing and recording…..” She added, “We’re not trying to be rude, selfish or disrespectful to anyone in anyway. If people are going to judge anything, judge him for his talent.” – Source Hot1063.com
Archive for December, 2011
Chris Brown plans on making a triumphant return to the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on February 11, 2012 RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting. Brown is nominated for three Grammys, Best R&B Album, Best Rap Performance, and Best Rap Song.
“Chris has grown tremendously as a person, and an artist from that time in his life,” a source close to Brown tells RadarOnline.com. “Chris has complied with all terms of his probation and has completed most of his court ordered community service. He has been a model probationer, but more importantly, Chris accepted responsibility for what he did. Chris took that experience and vowed to learn from it and become a better person, and he was thrilled and truly humbled that he was nominated for three Grammys.
“Chris absolutely plans on attending the Grammys and is in talks with producers of the show to possibly perform. Chris performed at the MTV Video Music Awards several months ago, and his performance was simply over the top as he was flying through the air like an acrobat. Chris’ performance stole the show, and he would love to do something at the Grammy’s to top his VMA performance,” the insider says.
In the final part of his interview with Rap-Up TV, T-Pain opens up about his friendship with Chris Brown and Ke$ha. “I think my relationship with Chris is better than anybody else,” shares the “5 O’Clock” singer. “I don’t think I chill or bond with any other artist like that.” T-Pain collaborated twice with Chris on his new album rEVOLVEr. “He’s winning more than anybody right now,” says a supportive Pain. “I don’t bother him, I don’t even call him, I just wait till he calls me.”
Merry Christmas everyone! Check out the new music video for “Another Round.”
50 Cent and Chris Brown are about to set fire to your speakers. The superstars have recorded their first collaboration. The record, entitled “Lighters,” was produced by Los Angeles DJ Felli Fel. “I just did 50 Cent’s new record with Chris Brown,” the Power 106 DJ revealed to Rap-Up.com. “It was supposed to be my record. I produced it, me and Chris wrote it. He sings the hook and did a verse as well.”
The song is scheduled to appear on the G-Unit mogul’s upcoming album. “I meticulously put these two together because I realized they never did a record together and I found that odd,” explained Felli. “50 loved the record and the next day I get a call from [50’s manager] Chris Lighty saying, ’50 wants the record.’ I was kinda torn because it was one of those bittersweet things. I knew what we had with this record.”
Felli, who produced the 2007 club banger “Get Buck in Here,” has big hopes for “Lighters.” “It’s probably going to be the biggest record I’ve ever done.” 50 praised Chris after introducing the singer at the American Music Awards. “Chris brown aint no joke. I told yal the main event. I all ready left the show that’s all I wanted to see,” he tweeted. – Source: Rap-Up.com
Watch Chris Brown perform with Big Sean at Power 106′s Cali Christmas concert. He performed “My Last” and “Strip” be sure to fast forward to the 15:00 mark for Breezy!