“Man all these cameras are bananas…,” Coming off a great performance at the American Music Awards, I decided to post a song off Breezy’s latest mixtape, Boy In Detention. After the success of his last mixtape, which first gave us his singles, “Deuces,” and “No Bullshit,” Chris decides to take a stab at his MC skills, and they aren’t half bad. “First 48,” is the opening track and features Mr. Brown rapping over a looped drum beat and horns. I gotta be honest, this is a great track to throw on your iPod when you go for a run. I am also re posting the R&B highlight from the release which had been previously posted on AOS, “Leave the Club.” Click the title to download the mixtape. I have also managed to find the below pic from his Fresh Prince of Bel Air phase.
Chris Brown’s F.A.M.E. was a hell of a comeback album for the troubled star. It was the best thing he could have done, put out a great album and get his music career back on track. “Yeah 3X,” “Beautiful People,” “All Back,” “She Ain’t you,” and “Look At Me Now” all certified hits. He also included some bonus tracks one of them being “Bomb.” This initially was one of my favorites, and after having a pregame party with our friend Jenna, she reminded me of how great this song really is.
I want to start off by saying I despise DJ Khaled. If you didn’t produce a song, or write anything on it, i am dumbfounded how you get to put your name on it and yell annoying ad libs such as, “REMIX!,” and “WE THE BEST.” He even yells his name, I can’t take it. Anyways here is Ace Hood’s single which pretty much survives due to Chris Brown singing the hook, you could pretty much put any rapper on this song and it would work. Here is the remix with Officer Ricky and Wale along for the ride.
Ace Hood ft. Chris Brown, Rick Ross, and Wale – Body 2 Body