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Chris Brown Calls On Brandy, Tamar Braxton Shades Reality TV Star

The soon to be married Brandy is keeping herself busy by collaborating with Jessie J but also Chris Brown. Chris Brown confirmed the collaboration via Twitter. Chris and Brandy previously collaborated on Put It Down from Brandy's album Two Eleven. Look for the collaboration to appear on Chris Brown's new album X. X features appearances from Wiz Khalifa, Kelly Rowland, Nicki Minaj, and Aaliyah.

So on to other news...I was watching Watch! What Happens Live earlier tonight on BRAVO and Tamar Braxton was of the guests. One viewer tweeted her a question in regards to some comments that were made about Love & Hip Hop's Joseline. Tamar, quickly admitted to not watching Love & Hip Hop Atlanta and some other jargon. It was in Rolling Out magazine where Joseline stated that Tamar was "jealous" of her.

I'm not sure exactly what Tamar has said about Joseline but Tamar has been known to be quite vocal about other artists. Tamar's new album Love & War will be released on September 3.

One artist that Tamar is constantly compared to is Keyshia Cole and speaking of Keyshia Cole she revealed that she is filming a video to new single I Choose You next week.

I Choose You has been one of the fan favorites from Keyshia's Woman To Woman album.

Last but not least Jaheim is releasing a new album Appreciation Day on September 3 and below I have a first look at the album's tracklisting. Check it out!

1 Age Ain't a Factor
2 He Don't Exist
3 Morning
4 What She Really Means
5 Pussy Appreciation Day
6 Baby
7 Shower Scene
8 Sexting
9 I Found You
10 Florida
11 Sticks N Stones
12 First Time
13 Blame Me
14 Chase Forever
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