FINALLY. The music video for Omarion’s collaboration with Jhené Aiko and Chris Brown. “Post To Be” is the lead cut from Omarion’s 2014 album, Sex Playlist. Produced by everybody’s favorite producer, DJ Mustard, it was released prior to the album’s release. Following in the footsteps of Chris Brown, Omarion had a hand in the direction of the music video. The very un-eventful music video features Omarion, Jhené Aiko, and Chris Brown whipping their heads back and forth, backed by a white background.
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Following the release of the audio last month, Sevyn Streeter has unveiled the official music video for “Don’t Kill The Fun,” the lead cut from her upcoming debut album. In addition to featuring Chris Brown on the track, Chris Brown directs the music video, which premiered on YouTube on Feb. 10. The music video, which features Chris’ street art, was filmed way back in December and it sees both Sevyn and Chris Brown having as much fun as humanely possible.
As we reported sometime last month, Chris Brown and Trey Songz had to postpone their highly-anticipated joint “Between The Sheets” tour. Mainly because Chris Brown’s probation wasn’t revoked (in the Rihanna case) as he was yet to complete his community services hours – he had 100 hours of community service to go! He has now concluded his hours, as he promised his fans, and the tour dates have been pushed back / rescheduled. Something interesting to note, some of the tour dates (the one with **) will feature just Chris Brown and Tyga, as opposed to Chris Brown, Tyga, and...more
Sevyn Streeter kicked off this year by releasing a Chris Brown-assisted single “Don’t Kill The Fun.” “Don’t Kill The Fun,” which premiered on January 9, is the lead single from Sevyn’s highly-anticipated debut album, scheduled to land sometime this year. Today, Sevyn shared a behind the scenes clip from the music video shoot for “Don’t Kill The Fun.” Chris Brown directed the music video and it looks as fun as the song sounds.
It’s been a minute since Chris Brown and Tyga released “Ayo,” the first single off their highly anticipated collaborative album, Fan Of A Fan. In addition to entering Billboard Hot 100, the song, produced by Loyal‘s Nic Nac, is having quite a successful ride on urban radio. Following a Chris Brown tweet, the official music video for “Ayo,” premiered on VEVO today, Feb. 3. Chris Brown has some pretty good videos under his belt but this is most definitely in my Top 5.
Mystery solved. The reason why all those artists were posted a photo of Big Sean’s album ‘Dark Sky Paradise” is because they are all featured on the star-studded album. As Big Sean’s fourth studio album, Dark Sky Paradise, went up for pre-order today, the track listing was also revealed. Out of fifteen songs on the deluxe version of the album, Big Sean raps solo in six songs; Dark Sky (Skyscrapers), Paradise (Extended), Win Some, Lose Some, Stay Down, Outro, and Platinum and Wood. As fas as collaboration go, his current girlfriend, Ariana Grande is featured on a track titled ‘Research.’...more
While Tyga battles YMCMB to release his solo album “Gold,” he has announced the release date of his collaborative album with Chris Brown. The album, which is titled “Fan Of A Fan” is due out Feb. 24, according to Tyga’s Instagram. “#FanofAFan The Album in stores and on iTunes on feb 24th” – he captioned. The album comes preceded by “Ayo” which was initially released last December. “Ayo” is currently charting on iTunes and in Top 20 on urban radio.