50 Cent recruits Chris Brown for the remix to his single, “I’m the Man.” Picking up the second verse, Breezy sings about how he “came in the game getting money” – and also declares “B**** I’m the man,” on the hook. The original song is lifted from 50’s latest project, The Kanan Tape, inspired by his character from the Starz hit series, Power. Check it out inside.
Last month, Chris Brown got fans excited when he announced his “Back To Sleep” single would be getting makeovers with a list of R&B All Stars. He already dropped the first one, which featured Usher and Zayn, and now it looks like he’s giving fans a taste of the second.
He linked with August Alsina for a day of ATV riding, and before they parted ways, August posted a clip featuring the version of the remix he’s appearing on. He and Breezy turn the camera on themselves, and dance and sing to the song, as is plays in the background.
In February, Chris Brown debuted the remix to his single, “Back to Sleep,” featuring Usher and Zayn, and it looks like he’s prepping a new song for release. Over the weekend, he posted five videos to Instagram, that pieced together for a preview of “Dead Wrong.” Rockin’ a new mohawk, Breezy hits a few dance moves while singing along: “You say you love someone,” he croons. “And I’ve been that one.” No word on when he’s dropping the full track, but get a sample of “Dead Wrong” inside.
Chris Brown has a new documentary on the way, entitled, Chris Brown: Welcome to My Life. He took to Instagram yesterday to share the accompanying poster, with a tag line that reads: “He went from being America’s sweetheart to public enemy number one.”
The documentary is directed by Andrew Sandler, and according to Hollywood Life, will include music video and concert footage. They add that it’s “a tell-all documentary about Chris’ ups and downs, with a ton of insight into Chris’ complex personality.”
While Chris Brown is brewing up remixes to his sexy single, “Back to Sleep,” Tiffany Evans jumps on the track with a t-mix of her own.
“Baby, anytime you call. Boy, you know I’m here.. we both want the same thing,” she sings as she opens the track. “Boy, I hope you brought your umbrella.. ’cause it gets wetter. And I don’t need your a** slippin’ — Never.”
After teasing the track on Instagram, Chris Brown unloads the remix to “Back to Sleep,” featuring Usher and Zayn. Usher leads the way, warming his lady up with some sexy lyrics, including a reference to Silk’s ’90s hit “Freak Me.”
Breezy wants his former love, Karrueche, back — and instead of tip toeing around the issue, he says her name, and apologizes for stepping out on her in their relationship. He asks her to let him “love [her] back to sleep, once more.”
Zendaya and Chris Brown previewed their brand new collabo, “Something New,” earlier this week – and now you can check it out in full. The duo drops their vocals on the beat, which borrows from TLC’s ’90s classic, “Creep.”
“Don’t know your name, but I guess I really don’t care. I probably should wait, but I want to let you go there. I wanna try something new.. all night,” sings Zendaya. While Breezy lets her know he needs some affection in his verse.
Zendaya enlists Chris Brown for “Something New.” The duo teased the K.C. Undercover star’s new single on Instagram.
The track, which samples TLC’s ’90s hit, “Creep,” finds Zendaya thinking of exploring new things with a cutie she has her eye on. “Don’t know your name, but I guess I really don’t care,” she sings. ” I probably should wait, but I want to let you go there. I wanna try something new.. all night.”