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The two stars reveal the '90s-inspired, colorful cover art on Instagram and tell fans that the follow-up to their 2010 mixtape of the same name will hit the stores on February 24.
Breezy plays a samurai trying to woo a beautiful geisha played by his on-again/off-again girlfriend Karrueche Tran in the Japanese-inspired cinematic visuals.
The frequent collaborators are seen in two YouTube videos filming a scene with a number of people while being surrounded by some 'Fast and Furious'-esque cars.
A Los Angeles judge has revoked Chris' probation after the singer left Los Angeles county without court's permission to perform in San Jose.
The singer has instructed his team to cancel his upcoming appearances at clubs with a history of violence or security issues because he doesn't want to be associated with shootings.
Breezy took the stage at Fiesta Nightclub in San Jose, California when gunshots rang out sending the room in chaos.
The collaboration will appear on Kid Ink's new album 'Full Speed' that's scheduled to be released on February 3.
The two R'n'B stars, who previously teamed up for 'It Won't Stop' from Streeter's 2013 EP, already shot a music video for their newest collaboration.
Fif, who's still working on his oft-delayed 'Street King Immortal' album, shares photos of him hitting the studio with Breezy and T-Raww.
One of the black-and-white promo pictures posted on Instagram shows Breezy sporting braids and an army jacket while posing next to T-Raww.
Also celebrating the New Year with their lovers were Miley Cyrus and Patrick Schwarzenegger, Lady GaGa and Taylor Kinney, and SofiĀa Vergara and Joe Manganiello.
Breezy answers the challenge kicked off by choreographer Woody McClain and it soon goes viral with Justin, Jessie and Lil Mama joining the dance-off.
The 26-year-old model took to Instagram on Christmas day to share a photo of her right hand wearing two giant diamond rings, captioning it with a heart emoticon and a googly eyes emoji.
The track featured on Loso's just-arrived album 'The Young OG Project' features a sample of Nas and The Bravehearts' 2000 single 'Oochie Wally'.
The collaboration is the first offering from Breezy and T-Raww's long-awaited 'Fan of a Fan 2' album that's now due out sometime next year.