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Chris Brown

Chris Brown
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Chris Brown is known for his catchy tunes, schoolboy charm and smooth dance moves.

Brown also made headlines in February 2009 when he was arrested in connection with an alleged assault of his pop-star girlfriend, Rihanna. The incident prompted Brown and Rihanna to skip the Grammmy Awards and threatened Brown's wholesome image.

Chris Brown took the music scene by storm in 2005 when "Run It!" — a track from his self-titled debut album — topped the Billboard singles chart. The R&B si...
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To see photos of Chris Brown and Rihanna, click here

Chris Brown is known for his catchy tunes, schoolboy charm and smooth dance moves.

Brown also made headlines in February 2009 when he was arrested in connection with an alleged assault of his pop-star girlfriend, Rihanna. The incident prompted Brown and Rihanna to skip the Grammmy Awards and threatened Brown's wholesome image.

Chris Brown took the music scene by storm in 2005 when "Run It!" — a track from his self-titled debut album — topped the Billboard singles chart. The R&B singer's other hits include "Kiss Kiss" and "With You," both off his sophomore release, "Exclusive."

Not only can Brown sing and dance, he can act, too. He starred in "This Christmas" and "Stomp the Yard," both released in 2007.
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  • Do Everything and Do It Yourself

    Do Everything and Do It Yourself
    It’s 1 A.M. on Artscape Saturday, long after the arts festival has packed up and gone home, but the Windup Space keeps the party going. The bass coming from the venue’s speakers is too loud, as it should be for electro-clubber King Tutt. Behind him, a host of familiar dudes: Unruly Records co-founder Scottie B, Artscape curator and DJ Chris Brooks, savvy local remixer Steve Lemz, visiting producer C Double, and a grip of other promoters, DJs, and friends who wander up to chat with the DJs.
  • The Club Beat with James Nasty

    "It surprises me sometimes, it's like two different worlds 30 miles apart," producer James Nasty says of Washington and Baltimore, two cities that the Maryland native has called home. Growing up closer to Washington with a passion for hip-hop and go-go...

    Album Review: Stay Trippy, by Juicy J, and Age Against The Machine, by Goodie Mob

    It's hard out here for Southern hip-hop's '90s pioneers. If your name isn't Scarface or Andre 3000, you'll probably never be given your proper respect by the genre's gatekeepers and historians. And while there are always new dirty south stars who'll...

    THE YEAR IN MUSIC

    THE YEAR IN MUSIC
    A really great way to have one of these top 10 end-of-year album lists not be the same old shit is to not put it together the same old way. Like last year, City Paper polled a wide selection of Baltimore music brains for their favorite albums, but this...

    The Change-Up, Jaws, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Takers, The Tourist, Viva Las Vega

    THE CHANGE-UP Oh, Jason Bateman, how much do we enjoy your recent success as the wry straight-man du jour? And how much are we concerned that this hacky-looking body-switch comedy co-starring Ryan Reynolds is going to leave its stink on you? Opens Aug. 5....