Of all artists to cover Sam Smith, Chris Brown was not one of the first to come to mind. Still, we were pleasantly surprised to hear the troubled singer croon those opening notes -- that is, until he changed up the rest of the chorus.
Chris Brown has been released from jail, L.A. Sheriff Deputy Tony Moore announced today. The troubled singer, who turned 25 last month, was released just after midnight on Monday, June 2, after being locked up since the middle of March.
Chris Brown was sentenced to another 131 days in jail on Friday after admitting in court that he violated his probation. In October, the R&B singer confessed to getting in a physical altercation with a man outside a hotel in Washington D.C. The trial for the Breezy's D.C. assault case begins in June.
This morning (April 21), Chris Brown's bodyguard was found guilty of misdemeanor assault after he punched a man in Washington D.C. back in October, TMZ reports. This verdict has triggered Brown's own trial for the D.C. assault case, as it was planned that his bodyguard can now testify in Brown's case.
Chris Brown may be incarcerated, forcing the delay of 'Don't Be Gone Too Long,' his duet with Ariana Grande. That hasn't stoppe Breezy from posting a video teaser, which is largely focused on his dance moves and some of the song's melodies.
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