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Directed by Benny Boom, the 'Fast and Furious'-inspired video shows the Memphis rapper racing his collaborator and partying with a lot of ladies.
Going on and off with Brown over the years, Tran reveals that she is not dating anyone including rumored new lover Brandon Jennings.
The mid-tempo R'n'B tune features Breezy singing about meeting and wooing a girl he just meets in a club.
Breezy's celebrity barber shares an Instagram photo featuring the supposed title of the anticipated project which has been teased by the two stars since February.
Some details about Brown's condition are revealed in a letter, in which the rehab facility says that bipolar disorder and PTSD contribute to the singer's behavior.
The 'Voice' coach shares an Instagram photo of him posing with the 'Fine China' singer and captions it, '#staytuned #Loyal.'
The long-delayed sixth studio album, which the 'Fine China' singer calls his 'best album yet,' will hit the stores on May 5.
A source close to Brown says that the 'Fine China' singer is 'back home now and he feels good about it.'
The singer took a break from the rehab program on February 21 when he was honored by 2nd Call.
A man who claims he was hit by Brown outside a Washington D.C. hotel last year sues the 'Fine China' singer and his bodyguard for $1.5 million each.
A man named Malcolm Ausbon alleged in his lawsuit that the singer beat him after he called foul on him during a basketball game.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge James R. Brandlin decides that the 'With You' singer should continue his rehab stint despite a prosecutor's motion to send him to jail.
The Ben Griffin-directed clip follows the story of a married couple who cheats on each other before their secret relationships are eventually exposed.
Both Brown and his bodyguard Chris Hollosy, who are being prosecuted in the assault case stemming from an alleged altercation in Washington D.C., reject plea deals.
The Drumma Boy-produced track features the troubled singer singing about his favorite things, girls and drugs.