Archive for March, 2013

New Music: Young Jeezy f/ Chris Brown, Kendrick Lamar, & YG – ‘R.I.P. (Remix)’

Posted in Chris Brown, Kendrick Lamar, New Music, Permalink, Rap-Up.com, Young Jeezy with tags , , , , , on March 31, 2013 by breezyworld2

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Young Jeezy murders the clubs with the remix to his DJ Mustard-produced banger “R.I.P.” featuring YG, Kendrick Lamar, and Chris Brown, who takes a thinly-veiled shot at Drake on his verse.

“If you started from the bottom, gon’ and come out the closet,” raps Breezy in reference to Drake’s single.

Fill up your cup with Patron and get into their killer collabo below.

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Chris Brown Scores ‘Mean Verse’ from Nicki Minaj for ‘X’

Posted in Chris Brown, Nicki Minaj, Permalink, Rap-Up.com with tags , , , on March 30, 2013 by breezyworld2

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Kendrick Lamar and Rihanna aren’t the only stars set to appear on Chris Brown’s new album X. Nicki Minaj has just been added to the guest list.

After scoring a hit with “Right By My Side” off Nicki’s album Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded, the two have teamed up for another collaboration, this time for Chris’ upcoming sixth album.

The R&B singer shared the news with Team Breezy. “@NICKIMINAJ will be on the ALBUM. Just gave me a mean verse!!! Love Boo!” he tweeted.

Nicki teased her Barbz, adding, “The beat is stoooooooooooooooopid. Yall gon love it! ;)”

Chris previously revealed that Kendrick would appear on the somber ballad “Autumn Leaves,” while he recorded an R&B duet with Rihanna called “Put It Up.”

X is due this summer featuring production from Timbaland, Polow Da Don, Danja, Pharrell, and Drumma Boy. “I tried to stay away from the Euro beats, and not go totally pop,” Chris told Rolling Stone. “Instead, I wanted to take the Quincy Jones approach. The record pays homage to the Stevie Wonders, the Michael Jacksons, the Sam Cookes: I wanted to put that classic essence of R&B and soul with the new age of music now.”

Are you excited to hear another Chris-Nicki collaboration? Let us know!

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Chris Brown Paints Mural in Miami

Posted in Chris Brown, Permalink, Photos, Rap-Up.com with tags , , , on March 28, 2013 by breezyworld2

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Chris Brown showed off his artistic skills once again, spray painting a mural in Miami on Wednesday. Breezy collaborated with Neo-pop artist Romero Britto on the graffitied horse and skeleton cowboy, which he painted against the wall of a building. It was all in the name of his Best Buddies International charity.

“Painting with Romero Britto today in Miami!! Art is an expression of life. Dreams come true everyday,” tweeted Breezy, who was seen taking cigarette breaks in between his work.

He previously gave his fans a peek into the artistic process by posting a video of him collaborating with graffiti artist Slick.

On April 1, Chris will release “Fine China,” the first single off his sixth album X.

On Set of Sean Kingston’s ‘Beat It’ Video with Chris Brown and Wiz Khalifa

Posted in Chris Brown, Permalink, Photos, Rap-Up.com, Sean Kingston, Video shoots, Wiz Khalifa with tags , , , , , on March 26, 2013 by breezyworld2

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Sean Kingston brought the party to Malibu while shooting the Colin Tilley-directed video for his summer smash “Beat It” on Saturday. The 23-year-old singer was joined by his friends Chris Brown and Wiz Khalifa, who are featured on his Back 2 Life single.

The fellas filmed scenes at a mansion overlooking the coastline. Breezy and Sean chilled poolside while taking in the sunset. In another scene, a leather-clad Kington posed in front a million-dollar Lamborghini Reventón.

“‘Beat It’ Video is A Wrapp!!!! Thanks to all the beautiful ladies that was on set and shout out to my dude Colin Tiley For Making It A Movie,” tweeted Kingston.

Check out some pics from the set below.

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New Music: Tyga f/ Chris Brown – ‘F**k for the Road’

Posted in Chris Brown, New Music, Permalink, Rap-Up.com, Tyga with tags , , , , on March 26, 2013 by breezyworld2

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Life on the road can be hard on a relationship. Tyga apologizes to his girl for his absence on “Fuck for the Road,” his latest collaboration with Chris Brown.

The Young Money MC tries to make it up to her by buying her Rolexes and Louis Vuitton bags, but realizes it may not be enough to keep her happy. Before saying goodbye, there’s one last thing he must do.

“It’s no way I could pay you back, but my plan is to make you understand,” raps Tyga, while Breezy sings the hook on the slow jam. “But if you leave, there’s something I can’t control, so let’s do it one last time and fuck for the road.”

Due April 9, Tyga’s album Hotel California also features Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Future, 2 Chainz, Wiz Khalifa, Jadakiss, and Tupac.

Video: Fabolous f/ Chris Brown – ‘Ready’ [Trailer]

Posted in Chris Brown, Fabolous, Trailers with tags , , , , on March 26, 2013 by breezyworld2

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Fabolous gives us a peek at the short film for “Ready,” his collaboration with Chris Brown. In the two-minute trailer, the Brooklyn MC calls up Kevin Hart for girl advice (and some comic relief), while model Jessica White plays his love interest. Loso’s new album Loso’s Way 2: Rise to Power is due this summer.

Chris Brown Talks Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez, and New Album ‘X’ with Ryan Seacrest

Posted in Chris Brown, Jennifer Lopez, Permalink, Rap-Up.com, Rihanna with tags , , , , on March 26, 2013 by breezyworld2

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Chris Brown has had his fair share of trouble in the past, but he’s turning a new page. On Tuesday, the 23-year-old singer stopped by Ryan Seacrest’s studio for a candid conversation about his personal and professional life. Nothing was off limits—from reuniting with Rihanna (“I’m eternally grateful and thankful”) to his past mistakes (“I can’t go around blaming”) to his fight with a valet over $10 to why he deleted his Instagram page.

He also shared details about his upcoming sixth album X and getting in the studio with Jennifer Lopez.

“Fine China,” the first single off X, drops April 1.

On his new album X: “The direction I wanted to go for this album was the same base I went for the first album. I had a humble mindstate of going in the studio with any producer, any writer, and trying to make a great project. I kinda put the Quincy Jones formula on it, put all of the different producers locked into one studio, and just try to make a great project.”

On why he named the album X: “I’ll be 24 when the album comes out, so X is the 24th letter in the alphabet. It also means the roman numeral for X. I’ve been doing this for 10 years now. My birthday is 5/5/89, five and five is 10.”

On working with Jennifer Lopez: “We actually are collaborating. I’m trying to get her on my album, I have a couple songs that would be incredible for her to feature on. But as for now, I’m just in the studio writing for her album and collaborating on new stuff and trying to give her some party music and fun stuff.”

On winning back fans: “People are entitled to their opinions. I can’t go around blaming. It’s all about my responsibility and me growing up as a man. So I think now that I’m becoming older, and trying to mature in this life under the public eye at all times, I have to focus on doing the right thing and being more of a humble individual.”

On his past mistakes: “I could put that on my age but that would just be making an excuse. I think for me that at age 18, 19 I was capable of writing and producing songs, so I’m also capable of making the right choices. So I think it’s about a learning process now. Being at that young age I can tell you I was arrogant and definitely hotheaded. Everybody has a temper, but for me it was not knowing how to control it when I thought I had the world in my hands.”

On his relationship with Rihanna: “I just tried my best to be the best man I could be over the years and just show her how remorseful and sorry I was for the incident and that time was probably the worst part of my life and being that she has and she’s a wonderful person I’m eternally grateful and thankful.”

On his fight with a valet over $10: “By all means, I’m a great tipper. Ten dollars is not a problem…[it] was five dollar parking at the place…but before we went in, I gave the man $100 dollars. We had two cars. It’s five dollar parking. Okay, do the math. So when we came out he was like, ‘You know what? We need $20 for each car.’ And I said, ‘Sir, I just gave you $100.’ So he was like, ‘No, no we need $10.’ So he was just going around trying to see if he could get more money and I was like, ‘no,’ so by that time it was a situation.”

On Instagram and Twitter: “Both [are a blessing and a curse]…for me now I’m not as hands on as I used to be. I totally deleted my Instagram and I get on Twitter every now and then to touch base with my fans because I love my fans. But sometimes when you’re a young kid and you have impulsive techniques you kind of get like, ‘Arghhh! I can’t stand you.’ People love [Twitter wars], they eat it up, so I’d rather not feed them that.”