With another Thanksgiving upon us, celebrities are in the giving spirit. On Tuesday night, Chris Brown and Bow Wow kicked off some pre-Turkey Day festivities with a free concert for their Atlanta-area fans.
Decked out in a slate-gray suit and white kicks, Breezy rocked tracks like his Graffiti joint "I Can Transform Ya," flanked by similarly dapper backup dancers as he turned out his signature athletic choreography.
The "Deuces" singer said he was down to gift concertgoers with a high-octane performance just in time for the holidays.
"It was fun, I had a great time," Brown told MTV News. "I love giving back to the fans and everybody who got to come out who really don't get a chance to come out and go to concerts and things like that."
Also at the event, which was organized by beatsmith Polow Da Don and featured a carnival and turkey giveaway, was Breezy's homey and fellow hitmaker Bow Wow. The Cash Money MC said he didn't need any convincing to rock the crowd alongside his [article id="1542790"]"Shortie Like Mine"[/article] collaborator — especially if it meant bringing some holiday cheer to deserving fans.
"It was only right that I came out, supported the homey," Bow said. "He called me, wanted me to come out, perform the record, shut it down, and I told him it was nothing. And on top of that, it was for a positive cause."
Coming down the pike from [article id="1648192"]Breezy is the follow-up to Graffiti,[/article] which features the single "Yeah 3X." The singer updated fans about the project in September.
"I'm putting out singles a lot right now, so everything's coming together. But I definitely am gonna to say this and plug it quick: The name of my album is Fame, so make sure you check it out," he said during a stop at an Austin, Texas, radio station.
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