Chris Brown has big reason to celebrate these days.
Brown just signed a representation deal with Resolution who will rep the chart topper worldwide, Bu Thiam of Bu Vision and the scandalous Tina Davis of Tina Dayis Management will continue to co-manage to chart topping artist.
With the release of his sixth studio album “X” slated for release in the few months, and a worldwide tour being planned for early 2014, you’d think nothing could yank the Grammy Award winner from the clouds.
Well, enter fellow Grammy Award winner Frank Ocean.
We all remember what started this gorilla chest thumping right?
[ Sidebar: Hmmmm… If I were a white blogger, could I have written that without fear of getting death threats? But I mean the act(s) feel more inherently male i.e. who’s d*ck is bigger so to speak. Hell… y’all know what I meant.]
But I digress…
Not only did the phenomenon of Ocean send a tidal wave of epic proportions this past week with a ‘not so subtle’ audio and visual diss!
Between the “beatdown” and Grammy snubs, all seemed pretty quiet but you know how the gays like to stir up a hot batch of mess every now and then, which can only explain the messy T-shirt above.
There’s also an incredibly obvious digg the pint sized Prince of Def Jam took at Breezy in a musical collaboration with Columbia/Tan Cressida artist Earl Sweatshirt titled “Sunday,” and although Brown wasn’t mentioned, it was very clear to anyone who Ocean was speaking of.
Forgot you don’t like it rough, I mean he called me a f****t.
I was just calling his bluff, I mean how anal am I gonna be when I am aiming my gun?
And why is his mug all bloody? That was a three-on-one.
Standing ovation at Staples, I got my Grammies in gold.
While the song itself leaves much to be desired, it’s surely great grist for the mill.
There’s been no response from Team Breezy, but history shows that there certainly will be one. But whether the troubled entertainer falls back into battle as he embarks on what looks to be a very profitable 2014, or squabble over the coins of his beef with Ocean, remains to be seen.
What do you think of Frank Ocean’s ‘DISS’?