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Breezy enters not-guilty plea to the assault charge stemming from a physical altercation with another man over the weekend.
Brown is arrested along with a bodyguard after the 'With You' singer allegedly hit a man in the face outside a Washington D.C. hotel.
In the song, the 'Fine China' rapper accuses the 'Diamonds' singer of sleeping with several different men in rap business.
The singer says he lost his innocence to a local girl and likens himself to Prince when it comes to women.
The two hip-hop/R'n'B artists finally call off their year-long feud as they collaborate on a new track.
Brown's new album, which is originally scheduled to arrive over the summer, is now set to drop on November 19.
The also usually hot-tempered hip-hop/R'n'B star turns the cooler head, telling Yeezy that 's**t ain't cool!'
Some neighbors reportedly are upset because of the loud noise coming from the 'Look at Me Now' singer's rented mansion in Honolulu.
The R'n'B singer performed 'Fine China' and 'Love More', which are taken from his upcoming 'X' album, and 'Beat It', his collaboration single with Sean Kingston.
Breezy is wielding two Japanese swords while hitting the beach in Hawaii for video shoot of his upcoming single.
Breezy decides to 'fulfill my requirements as a man and a leader,' after accusing the police and the DA of being 'racist.'
The 'Fine China' singer will also be in Hawaii to headline the Power 104.3's Power Bash in Honolulu this weekend.
The concert promoter explains that the decision to cancel the shows is made in light of the 'Fine China' singer's 'recent personal and health-related issues.'
Directed by Breezy himself, the music video for the upbeat club anthem features a cameo appearance from comedian Nick Swardsen.
A judge reinstates Breezy's probation on the condition that he completes 1,000 more hours of court-mandated work in Los Angeles County.