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Mr. Worldwide's new album will include the official 2014 FIFA World Cup song 'We Are One (Ole Ola)' and a new song called 'Celebrate' from DreamWorks' 'Penguins of Madagascar'.
After sending out the controversial statement on Twitter, the 'Loyal' singer quickly adds, 'Let me shut my black a** up.'
The 'Look at Me Now' singer called the site's founder, Harvey Levin, 'a devil' in a lengthy Instagram post which was deleted shortly afterwards.
The songstress' new album, which features her duets with some fellow singers, comes atop the chart with 196,000, outselling Breezy's record that debuts with 146,000.
A man reportedly got stabbed following a brawl which occured after Chris' performance at Supperclub in Hollywood.
In a new interview, the R'n'B star who recently dropped his new album 'X' talks about his experience in jail and feeling 'amazing' after seeing his therapist.
In anticipation of his new album 'X' that will finally hit the stores on September 16, Breezy joins forces with his 'Songs on 12 Play' collaborator to remix ILoveMakkonen and Snootie Wild's hits.
Breezy directs the music video and plays a knight in shining armor for Princess Grande who is kept in a high tower.
The steamy R'n'B jam set to appear on Breezy's upcoming 'X' album is a tribute to R. Kelly's classic set '12 Play'.
The 'Yeah 3x' crooner, who was sentenced to five-year probation for assaulting his then-girlfriend Rihanna, gives advice to Ray, 'It's all about how you push forward and how you control yourself.'
Wearing all-red, Breezy performs his new album's title track and the hit 'Loyal' while showing off some impressive dance moves.
Kris Jenner, Eva Longoria, Julianne Hough and Alyssa Milano are also among stars who take to social media to remember the victims and heroes of 9/11.
Breezy takes it to Twitter to slam the latest rumor that his entourage got into an altercation at the VIP Room.
The slow-tempo jam produced by Bam and Roccstar will appear on Breezy's highly-anticipated new album 'X'.
Baring his chest on the cover of Billboard magazine, Brown talks about trying to move past his troubles, saying, 'No one can live in the past and expect to grow.'