Legendary singer & dancer Chris Brown brought his "One Hell of a Night" tour to Boston this past Saturday night for a sold-out crowd of over 20,000 screaming fans. The "New Flame" singer also brought along special guests Kid Ink, Omarion & Fetty Wap, along with surprise guest French Montana.
Check out photos from the show below:
Chris Brown and Trey Songz’ “Between The Sheets” tour finally stopped in Los Angeles on Sunday, putting on a show for the books. The sold-out crowd was on their feet the whole show, singing and dancing along under the intense lighting effects. Trey opened with "Foreign" and "Cake," both off his newest album “Trigga,” which was released in July of last year. He shared the stage with renowned artist Chris Brown, as they both delivered smooth and sexy vocals, along with several dance solos. Brown performed some of his newer tracks, including "Came to Do" and "Love More," as well as his very first single, "Run It!," which topped the charts when it was released back in 2005.
The dynamic duo surprised their audience with several unannounced guests. Trey Songz was joined by blunt-carrying Ty Dolla $ign, as they performed the remix for "Paranoid," and Ty serenaded the crowd with "Or Nah." The crowd received a special surprise from Trey himself, as he shirtlessly performed "NaNa" and "Bottoms Up," which Chris applauded the men in the crowd for bringing their ladies to see. Also arriving at the party was none other than Nicki Minaj, who didn't hesitate to strut across the stage and dance with the gang, lending her voice for “Touchin’ Lovin’” and capturing the eyes of the crowd. A$AP Ferg was in attendance as well as Big Sean, who helped Chris Brown and the crowd with "IDFWU." Chris also "dropped it like it was hot" with legendary artist Snoop Dogg. The night ended with Chris Brown being joined on stage by his nephew and Kevin Hart, who helped him sing is 2014 platinum hit “Loyal.”
Watch Nicki Minaj take the stage with Trey Songz below:
Chris Brown and Tyga joined forces on Breezy's Between The Sheets tour and now they're joining forces again on their joint album "Fan Of A Fan." The album is appealing to fans of both artists with Brown's smooth vocals sustaining the album throughout. Tracks like "Nothin Like Me" and "Ayo" are tracks that could easily get mainstream airplay (with "Ayo" currently on radio-repeat). It's not surprising that the album features guest spots from artists such as Fifty Cent on "I Bet," where he drops a few verses to up the ante. Most of the tracks are higher energy but there are a couple slower ones. "Better," which is a Tyga led track, and "Lights Out" are two of those. Despite being a little slower, the beat is still catchy, making them worth a listen. The album transitions smoothly from track to track, making it an easy listening experience. There's no need to skip tracks because they're awful or boring. "Fan Of A Fan" is one of those albums that is definitely worth adding to your library. It's a collaboration between two hard-hitting artists that shows off both of their talents equally and proves that whether you love or hate Chris Brown, there's no denying he's one of the best in the industry.
As the year comes to a close, we've taken the time to go through the Billboard Charts and our own playlists to compile a list of the Best Songs of 2014. See if your favorite single made the list below: