Chris Brown - Juicy Booty Ft. Jhené Aiko, R. Kelly
Status: Available Now!
Type: Music Video
Date: Friday 3 November 2017, 12:00 AM
Media: YouTube

About the person Chris Brown:
Art: Music
Genres: R&B, Pop, Hip Hop, Hip Pop, Urban, Urban Pop, Contemporary, Contemporary R&b, Rhythm And Blues, Soul, Soulful Pop, Electronic, Electronic Hip Hop, House, Hip House, Swing
Notable Organizations: YouTube
A Chris Brown/R. Kelly song has no right to exist in 2017. This shouldn’t be a controversial statement to anyone with a cursory knowledge of the two men’s misdeeds. Yet, track three of Brown's new 45-song album Heartbreakon a Full Moon features a collaboration between the two men — titled Juicy Booty, no less, which also includes singer Jhene Aiko. The album's timing is bitterly ironic, arriving during what's being called a watershed moment for sexual harassment and abuse in the entertainment industry, as new accusers continue to come forward with allegations against Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey and others. Not only did Juicy Booty — from two entertainers who have been accused of numerous misdeeds against women — make it onto Brown's album, but it's also part of one of the week's best-selling releases.  Heartbreakon a Full Moon premiered this week at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 album charts, becoming Brown's ninth consecutive top 10 album.Hollywood may be experiencing a moment of reckoning, but for now, Brown and Kelly appear to be excluded.  It's been almost nine years since the incident that should’ve ended Brown’s career, when he bloodied Rihanna’s face beyond recognition in an argument over a text message in 2009. Fast forward to June 2017, when a judge granted Brown’s ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran’s request for a restraining order against her former partner, claiming he threatened to kill her. In between, a string of incidents show a clear pattern of Brown's misconduct against women. In June 2013, a woman accused Brown of shoving her to the ground after a nightclub show in California. A Colorado woman filed charges against Brown in 2015 for third-degree assault, claiming he forced her off his tour bus after she wouldn't surrender her cell phone. In 2016, a woman accused Brown of punching her in the face at a Las Vegas club for trying to take his picture. Later that year, Brown was charged with assault with a deadly weapon after a woman alleged that Brown pointed a gun at her face.  R. Kelly has a decades-long history of alleged sexual misconduct, including numerous lawsuits he settled out of court with female accusers. The singer has never been found guilty of any charges related to sexual harassment or assault, and has maintained his innocence throughout, with a jury aquitting him in his infamous 2002 child pornography case. Kelly continues to be embraced by fans, critics and the music industry, even as more accusers have come forward about his alleged predatory sexual behavior targeting women as young as middle schoolers. Most recently, Kelly was accused of trapping women in a “sex cult” in a Buzzfeed report, with two additional women coming forward in recent weeks to corroborate the story's shocking accounts of the alleged physical and psychological abuse Kelly inflicted against sometimes-underage women.  And yet, despite the parade of women who have accused Kelly and Brown of despicable acts, they have emerged from their respective scandals with their careers intact, and continue to receive fan and industry support.  Brown has spent the past month promoting Heartbreak on a Full Moon backed by his label, the Sony imprint RCA Records. RCA and TIDAL both hosted pop-up events celebrating the release, with Spotify teaming up with Brown for a video art project. Netflix helped set the stage for Brown's comeback with its Chris Brown: Welcome to My Life documentary, released in early October. And next month, Brown is headlining three mega-concerts for iHeartMedia and CBS Radio stations.
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