Here's the low-low, Chris Brown told Vibe that J. Holiday's hit "Bed" was his and that his camp was 'assholes' because though he offered $100,000 for the song, he wasn't given the song [basically because he isn't credible as an 18 year old singing it]. Chris also threw out a comment on 106 & Park but to that, the song's writer and newest Def Jam artist, The-Dream tells Billboard.com
"The track was considered for Chris Brown -- he thought it was his -- but it was my record and I decided to give it up to J. Holiday," explains The-Dream. "Chris said the record won't be No. 1 unless he's on it. I bet someone $500,000 that it would go to No. 1 and I collected my money just last week."
He goes on to say that this little rift could end with The-Dream refusing to work with the young lad...even offering to give back money already paid for a song.
His debut album, Love Me All Summer, Hate Me All Winter
will be released December 11. Until then check out his second single Falsetto and look out for other songs to hit the airwaves that he's written, such as J. Holiday's "Suffocate," Nicole Scherzinger's "Power's Out" and Celine Dion's "Skies of L.A." [which I've heard and is one of the most beautiful songs!]
Labels: The Dream