Chris Brown keeps the rhymes coming. On his latest freestyle, Breezy slams his haters but stops short of getting tased over a throwback-sounding 9th Wonder beat. “Everywhere I go I feel like I’m a target/ I’m a star, you just start shit,” he raps before passing the mic to Kevin McCall.
Kevin McCall blazes up a naughty new track called “Jada Fire” named after the infamous porn star. The rapper-producer gets a hand from Diesel, Sammie, and his “Deuces” collaborator Chris Brown, who raps about bagging a bad chick. “I knock your walls down, I make ‘em cave in,” promises a swagged-out Breezy. Listen to the fellas spit fire.
Kevin McCall chases his paper in the video for “Fuck You Pay Me.” The rapper-songwriter, best known for his work with friend and collaborator Chris Brown on “Deuces,” flaunts his style and toned physique in the viral clip, boxing and mugging alongside his sexy female co-stars.
“Till I wrote ‘Deuces’ ni**as ain’t know who I was,” raps K. Mac. “Before that I was sober, now I finally got a buzz like I’m Pac and Dr. Dre ’cause I got California love.” Watch him spit his boastful bars.
Kevin McCall is the latest artist to join the party for Swizz Beatz’s “Monster Mondays” series, taking along Chris Brown and Diesel for the ride. Intended for inclusion on K-Mac’s Un-Invited Guest mixtape, “Freaky I Iz” features a greasy beat and verses about taking romantic escapades to adventurous new heights. “I’ll make you run and tell your friends how freaky I’m iz/ I’ma have you telling all the bidness/ About the way that I be giving you the bidness,” sings Breezy on the chorus. Listen to the freaky track below.
Chris Brown is putting in work to save his relationship on “Between the Lines.” “We spend time fighting over shit that don’t really matter/ Wish I could start on a brand new chapter,” sings Breezy on the airy tune, reportedly from his next mixtape In My Zone Pt. 2. The break-up-to-make-up song features his “Deuces” collaborator Kevin McCall. See how the story unfolds below.
When “Deuces” hit No. 1 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, Kevin McCall and his collaborators Chris Brown and Tyga celebrated the occasion with a “text toast.” Their busy schedules prevented them from meeting up in-person, but Kevin is thrilled for the mixtape track’s success. “We’re all happy, we’re all excited,” he told Rap-Up TV at the 2010 BMI Urban Music Awards.
In addition to working on his own mixtape, the singer-songwriter-producer has been in the studio with Timbaland (“I was about to pass out”) and Chris to record Brown’s next album. He describes two new tracks, the country-tinged “Another You” and “Rest of My Life,” and gives us a hint as to what we can expect from his Polow Da Don-produced single “Calypso.”
The talented artist has something for the Keri Hilson fans too, having produced a slow jam for her sophomore album No Boys Allowed with C. Breezy and Tank. The song was originally written for RichGirl, but found its way into Keri’s hands.
Chris Brown and Tyga say “bye bye” to their significant others in the video for “Deuces” from their collaborative mixtape Fan of a Fan. The gritty, black-and-white clip was shot against the graffitied backdrop of the Los Angeles River. Download the mixtape here.
Chris Brown wants no more drama. The R&B singer waves “bye bye” to his girl on “Deuces,” a song off his DJ Ill Will-hosted mixtape Fan of a Fan, dropping May 17. The breakup track features verses from his mixtape collaborator Tyga and rapper-producer Kevin McCall.