Giving fans insight into his career, Chris Brown released a new video from his tour entitled, "Home."
Sharing the news with his Twitter followers, on Friday the "Don't Judge Me" singer announced, "I am excited to announce the world premiere of #Home, a new docu-video from my world tour! #TeamBreezy, check it out."
After a frenzied brawl at W.i.P. nightclub in New York City in June, both Drake and Chris Brown filed lawsuits against each other for starting the battle.
According to TMZ, the lawsuits emerged because a French model named Romain Julien filed a complaint against both rappers for injuries he suffered that night. Trying to deflect the blame, the famous partygoers both responded in court, alleging that it was the other that caused the fracas.
Wherever Chris Brown is, trouble is seemingly not far behind and this was apparent on Saturday night (February 9) when he crashed his car on the way to a charity event at the Debbie Allen Dance Academy in Los Angeles.
Though he was all smiles after arriving at the event, posing with the founder in a blue and black jacket, black jeans, and a green baseball cap, he narrowly escaped injury just minutes beforehand.
Looking somber in his suit, Chris Brown attended a probation violation hearing in court on Wednesday (February 6).
Though the District Attorney claims the "Don't Judge Me" singer falsified evidence of his court-ordered community service, Chris's attorney Mark Geragos blasted the allegations at a news conference after the hearing.