Chris Brown on the set of his new music video

According to a press release, “Multi-platinum-selling singer-songwriter Chris Brown has released “Fine China,” the lead single and video from his highly anticipated new album, X, due out later this year on RCA Records. The song, which will be available on all digital service providers tomorrow, can be heard here: https://soundcloud.com/chris_brown/fine-china and fans can watch the video here http://smarturl.it/FineChinaVID. Fans in New York City can also watch the “Fine China” video on the Times Square Jumbotron throughout day beginning at 9:00am ET.”

Watch the video after the break.

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Tiara Thomas and Wale

Singer Tiara Thomas, best known for her duet with Wale on his single “Bad”, explained how the groupie anthem came about.

“I was in Atlanta with one of my friends I went to school with; she was my manager at the time. She’s like,’Hey, let’s go to Atlanta for spring break, just to go somewhere,’ Thomas recalls. We went and I had a fake ID. I was under 21 at the time and we just wanted to go to the club. So we went to the club and Wale was there. It was like, ‘Hey, there’s Wale, let’s take a picture with him.’ Wale listened to it, and he really liked it,”

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Ashanti Never Should Have

R&B singer Ashanti reminisces about love gone wrong in this latest single off her upcoming album, Braveheart. Ashanti is all too familiar with heartbreak and being the innocent victim of a smooth criminal who never loved her in the first place. The 32-year-old “Foolish” singer spent several years of her life in an unfulfilling relationship with rapper Nelly, who considered himself single throughout their relationships. All the red flags were there that the relationship would end badly, but Ashanti — like most needy women — ignored the signs.

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Brandy and Beyonce R&B singer Brandy, who hasn’t had a hit record in years, opened up about her new role in Tyler Perry’s movie, ‘Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor.’

The 34-year-old mother-of-one also gave her opinion on Beyonce’s controversial single “Bow Down (B*tches)” which struck a negative chord with Beyonce’s Stans and music critics alike.

In an interview with theGrio’s Chris Witherspoon, Brandy said Beyonce should be given the artistic freedom to express herself in her lyrics, even if her lyrics make her look ignorant.

“I think art is freedom. You should be able to express yourself the way you choose to express yourself. Of course people are gonna have their own opinion, but opinion is opinion. I think art should be expressed the way it should,” she said.

But when asked if she liked the song, Brandy agreed with the majority consensus that the song was garbage.

“I don’t love the song. I just have to be honest. You know,” she said.

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  • TI and Tiny on E News

    Tameka “Tiny” Harris, 37, and her husband, rapper T.I., 32, are among the celebrities rushing to defend Beyonce’s demeaning lyrics in her lame new song, “Bow Down (Bitches)”.

    Tiny says she she thinks the song is “hot.” And T.I., who hasn’t heard the track, says Beyonce should not apologize for offending her female fans because, as artists, they should be free to say whatever they want to say in their lyrics.

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