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Rihanna relationship with Chris Brown is already on the rocks after only a few weeks of rekindling it. The two made tabloid headlines on Christmas when they were spotted in public for the first time in four years at the Lakers game.
RiRi and Breezy were spotted again after New Years spending time together in Los Angeles. But their bitter sweet relationship looks to be back on the bitter side now. Last weekend after Rihanna jetted to Europe on business, Chris Brown was spotted out in LA with his ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran. That has not gone down well with the “Diamonds” singer Since then RiRi has been taking a few subliminal shots at Chris Brown on Twitter. “I have to stop saying ‘How stupid can you be’ I think people are starting to take it as a challenge,” Rihanna tweeted on January 10th before removing it. “Boys will be boys!!! Cause they can’t be men,” Rihanna tweeted yesterday. Boys will be boys!!! Cause they can’t be men. — Rihanna (@rihanna) January 11, 2013 Her fans on Twitter seems to agree with her tweets. Does this mean Rihanna is finally trying to move on from Chris Brown.
Jah Cure and Don Corleon have once again teamed up to deliver a hot soulful single “I Do”. This producer and artist team have previously worked together and topped the charts with “Longing For” on the Drop Leaf riddim. Produced by multi platinum producer Don Corleon, “I Do” is the latest release from reggae artist Jah Cure. Cure who received critically acclaimed success with billboard chart topping “True Reflections” and “The Universal Cure”, has been releasing a steady stream of hits after hits. On “I Do” Jah Cure’s voice strikes to the soul with his hypnotizing and haunting style. Cure is one of these rare artist who can convey feelings with his tone, he could be reciting the alphabet and it would evoke various feelings, the mark of a true singer. Jah Cure fans will no doubt be surprised at the departure from his usual reggae riddims with this latest single. The artist shows his versatility on Don Corleons reggae fusion riddim first single. As the name suggest Reggae Fusion riddim is a blend of reggae and techno which compels you to move as the first few seconds of the beats hits your eardrums. The riddim and single will no doubt become one of the hottest dance tracks for 2013. The single will be available January 15th, 2013 distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital on itunes.