Archive for May, 2010
Check out the “No Bullshit” music video below. All I can say is WOW! lol
We’re sorry for the lack of updates, anyways Chris Brown’s music video for “Deuces” featuring Tyga & Kevin Mccall has premiered check it out below. I will be trying to update the photogallery this week of pictures we’ve missed. Also N’talia told me we are gonna be switching servers soon so just a heads up for all the visitors.
I think he should've been nominated for more, but hey I guess something is better than nothing.
Best Male R&B Artist:
I’ve added HQ photos of Chris Brown performing at his Virginia Stand Up! A Call to Action Benefit concert on Saturday, May 15th. You can check out a video of Chris from the concert by clicking here.
New Chris Brown song called “Deuces” featuring Tyga & Kevin Mccall. Check it out below!
The staff and visitors of Chris-Brown.us would like to send a special Happy 21st Birthday to Chris Brown! We hope your day is filled with joy and happiness being with your family and friends because you deserve it. Look at this day as another blessing, you lived to see the big 21. We wish you continued success, great health and happiness in your life and thank you for being yourself and giving us fans great music and more.
Chris Brown has his eyes set on helping people, no matter what the public or media thinks. The singer (who turns the-big-21 on May 5) is looking to raise money for both his hometown community of Richmond, Virginia, as well as the earthquake victims of Haiti with the “Virginia Stand Up! A Call to Action” concert he’s organizing and headlining on May 15. Brown spoke to PopEater about what led to his charitable ways, and despite what many in the media think, there’s no ulterior motive behind the concert. “It’s not for PR or press,” Brown tells PopEater, admitting that when the media and others say it’s just a ploy to revamp his image following his assault arrest, “it hurts because it’s from my heart.”
What prompted you to look into doing a charity concert?
I did a Walk for Relief for Naomi Campbell, and I always wanted to do something in my community. Richmond and virginia isn’t the wealthiest place, there’s a lot of poverty and people struggling, so I always wanted to give back from my community. Doing Naomi’s event really triggered me to continue to do something that would benefit Haiti as well, but definitely give back to my community.
Does it bother you that some in the media question your motives for things like this,
claiming it’s more PR than good will?
To be honest, it does. I’m human, just like the next person. I could care less about them wanting to participate, because it’s something I’m going to do to help my community. But When it’s a question of ‘Oh, is he doing this to gain fans or get his image back, it hurts. When you do something genuinely from your heart, it’s not for PR or press. If that was the case, I’d try to get Obama or somebody. ‘Come out, please come out!’ [Laughs] But it hurts because it’s from my heart and I’m from Virginia and want to help my community out. I’m always here, and I always want to help out. Even with the Haiti stuff I’m doing… I wanted to do my own so that some of the proceeds would benefit them. Read the full interview by clicking here.