Chris Brown‘s youngest daughter, lovely, just turned a year old – and the singer celebrated with a decorated party that featured the most appropriate Stevie Wonder song when it was time to blow out the candles.
In a series of posts shared on Instagram by both Chris and his daughter’s mother, Diamond Brown, the proud parents were all smiles as they celebrated the Winter Wonderland-themed milestone with friends and family on Sunday (January 8). And when the cake came out, Stevie’s “Isn’t She Lovely” soundtracked the moment perfectly.
Both of Chris‘ Other things children was also in presence: his 8–year–old daughter Royalyou, who he equities with NAmong other things Guchange, and his 3–year–old dream ONEOkayisland CactorI, who he welcome with e.g Ismika Harris.
See some photos and videos from the day below.
On the music side of things, Breezy gifted fans with a preview of an unreleased song with a Michael Jackson rehearsal just before the Christmas holidays. In an Instagram post, the singer shared a nearly two-minute long snippet of the Hitmaker-produced song titled “Transparency.”
In the caption, Chris Brown revealed that he has been unable to release the song due to a sample of Michael Jackson’s “The Lady In My Life” that appears throughout the track.
“I know you’ve all been on me in this…,” he wrote. “(We couldn’t clear the sample and we felt it took away from the song if that music wasn’t there) everybody and they mom ask me about this damn song.”
The post came just a few weeks later The 2022 American Music Awards canceled Chris’ planned Michael Jackson tribute just one day before the show.
Artists including Jermaine Dupri, Tank and The Game came to Brown’s defense in the wake of his announcement, as did Ciara, who was set to perform alongside him.
Kelly Rowland voiced her support for Royalties singer while accepting the Favorite Male R&B Artist trophy on his behalf during the AMA broadcast.
A spokesperson for Dick Clark Productions – the production company behind the AMAs – later claimed that the MJ tribute was pulled due to creative management rather than any issue with Chris Brown.
“Live shows change all the time, that’s the nature of this business; unfortunately, this element of the AMAs didn’t come together as we couldn’t adapt to the performance, through no fault of Chris Brown,” the statement read.