The Seed: Chris Brown, Drake, Bridget Kelly and More

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Chris Brown at the 21st Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party at Pacific Design Center on February 24, 2013 in West Hollywood, California.

The Seed is back with your weekly R&B/Hip-Hop round-up. This past week, Drake dropped his vicious "5AM in Toronto" cut while Chris Brown returned to rap with "Let the Blunt Go," off Funkmaster Flex’s upcoming "Who You Mad At? Me or Yourself?" mixtape. Breezy has posted two high-charting rap songs on the R&B Hip-Hop Songs chart: 2011's "Look at Me Now," which spent eight weeks at No. 1, and "Till I Die," which peaked at No. 12. Could "Let the Blunt Go" be his next rap hit?

Harlem rapper Vado released his first song under DJ Khaled’s We the Best Music Group label. The crew cut, "Don't Make Me Do It," features Ace Hood, Meek Mill, French Montana and DJ Khaled. In January, Vado parted ways with Interscope after an unsuccessful partnership despite two R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charting titles. "Slime Flu" mixtape-turned-EP peaked at No. 38 peak in 2010 and 2011 "Guz N’ Butta" collaborative album with Cam’Ron peaked at No. 15.

What do you think of the selections this week? Hit the comments section and let us know.


Bonus: Bridget Kelly, featuring Kendrick Lamar - "Street Dreamin'"