Chris Brown paused during a concert recently to check on a fan who appeared to have passed out in the audience. Earlier this week, a video footage of Chris Brown rushing to the help of a person who may have suffered a medical issue during one of his concerts began to spread. The Virginia native paused his set to guarantee that the fan had the attention they required.
As Chris Brown was performing C.A.B. (Catch a Body), the studio version which features Fivio Foreign, the renowned singer noticed something was wrong amid the enormous crowd in attendance. Breezy gestured to the sound technicians off-camera to bring the event to a halt for the individual in need as he noticed what appeared to be going on.
Chris Brown can be heard yelling "Hold up, hold up" in the video footage below. "Is anyone harmed right now? Someone fainted right there? Give her some water right now." Breezy then paused the performance for a few more seconds while the individual in distress appeared to be attended to.
While there is no clear indication of when the event occurred or any updates on the medical state of the person presently, Chris Brown is currently on the 26-stop European leg of his sold-out Under the Influence Tour.
Sign up for the 3Music Newsletter for breaking news, events, and unique stories.
An alleged victim of the Florida shooting which left ten people injured has filed a fifty thousand dollar lawsuit against rapper French Montana over claims of an injury while working during the incident.
Multi award-winning Kenyan recording artiste Bien of famed Sauti Sol has teamed up with fast-rising Nigerian vocalist Ayra Starr for his latest solo offering, MY BABY.
Rapper Medikal has indicated that his wife Fella Makafui agreed to his collaboration with Sister Deborah on the new song Cold & Trophies before he informed his ex-girlfriend about his intentions.
Ghanaian Afrobeat singer, Kelvyn Boy has tipped legendary singer, Abrewa Nana, as the perfect person to feature in his latest single Be Like That.
The 21-track album, featuring contributions from Popcaan, Youssou N'Dour, Shaggy, Beenie Man, Shatta Wale, Mádé Kuti and others, signals a new era for the group as they expand their global reach from the Caribbean to the African Continent and beyond. This is their first album since the passing of their father last year.
In a new song preview shared by a close associate, Brittany Reshun, on her Instagram story, the snippet showcased Gunna's signature melodious vocals, accompanied by opulent production. Although the lyrics were brief, they provided insight into Gunna's innermost thoughts.
The 24th Vodafone Ghana Music Awards nominations have come with many surprises including Rocky Dawuni getting nominated for the first time. The three-time Grammy nominee got shortlisted for two categories - Best Reggae-Dancehall Artiste and Best Reggae-Dancehall Song.
The Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) is back and everyone is eagerly awaiting to see who takes home what! In an unveiling ceremony, organizers, CharterHouse, and its sponsors revealed the nominees for the various categories.
Ghanaian-American Superstar, Amaarae, has hinted at her highly anticipated return with a new single Reckless & Sweet and its video that she describes as her “sexiest video to date”. Along with the release comes an announcement of her second album Fountain Baby.
One of Ghana's newest budding collectives drop their first project, So We Made A Tape.
According to the artistes, KWW represents a "new journey of worldwide excellence," and they are excited to embark on this new chapter in their careers.
Sam revealed that the late rapper's 6-year-old son Kross Asghedom and 14-year-old daughter Emani Asghedom have been given ownership of the business and are free to operate it anyway they see fit in the future.