Chris Brown Knows How to Party

Not that he ever gave any reason to question if he did. The 27 year old entertainment phenom started counting down to the release of his new single party on social media earlier this week. At midnight he announced that “Party” was available on Apple Music. The feel good anthem features rnb veteran Usher and hip hop heavy hitter Gucci Mane. 

Chris Brown has been relatively quiet this year, “Party” is the only official single he’s released since “Grass Ain’t Greener” which debuted in May. Slated to be on his 2017 album, Heartbreak On a Fullmoon, the video for “Party” also made its debut overnight.

The video opens with Breezy handing over his backpack and watch to a gang of children before a dance sequence to his online hit “Kriss Kross”. The other four minutes are pretty similar, both Chris Brown and Usher dance alongside some of the internet’s dopest dancers, including Ayo & Teo, and a whole lot of Black Pyramid hoodies.

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Common Makes America Black Again

Common made history November 4th, by releasing his 11th studio album Black America Again. Monday, the hip hop icon took the social media to announce the debut of the remix to the title track.

The original “Black America Again” features music legend Stevie Wonder, however the second time around he took a more modern approach calling on fellow rappers Gucci Mane and Pusha T and another Chicago native, singer, BJ The Chicago Kid. Each giving their take on being black in America. 

The diversity delivered in the four minute track is just what hip hop needs, today. Taking time to reference several of the black people who have lost their lives to police in recent years, though positive, “Black America Again (Remix)” is a big heavy.

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