Breezy gets back to it.
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Chris Brown was ordered to stay in jail for a month after a judge refused his request to be released to a new rehab facility.
Chris Brown threw a tantrum in rehab and violated his parole. L.A. is safe...for now.
Two of the most beleaguered names in urban music on a song together.
The LA rapper hires some big name back-up for the remix to his breakthrough single.
Uncle L shows he can still hang with the young bucks.
Getting to know the rising producer and his music.
What you won't do, someone else will.
Never one to reinvent the wheel, Kid Ink talks about plenty of familiar subject matter in <em>My Own Lane</em>.
CNBC played a song they probably shouldn't have.
Mechanical Dummy don't trust these hoes.
In this week's Hollyweird Legal Round-Up, FilmDrunk's legal correspondent takes on Chris Brown, Rupert Murdoch, and all the scum fit to bag.
Bobby Ray shares new track plus an early listen to his upcoming LP.
The embattled crooner releases his first collection of music as a bald and rehabilitated man.
Justin Bieber spray painted "FREE BREEZY" on a wall, because of course he did.
<a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/tag/chris-brown">Chris Brown</a> has finally taken the appropriate steps in silencing that little voice inside that says “turn up! turn up! turn up!”
Mike Tyson offered some unsolicited advice to Chris Brown during a radio show interview this morning.
Chris Brown-Mandela is a free man, y'all!
Bad boy singer Chris Brown was arrested for felony last night, his third probation violation of the year.
Stop me if you've heard this before: <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/tag/chris-brown">Chris Brown</a> allegedly beat the crap out of someone early Sunday morning.