Last night, Grammy award winning singer Anthony Hamilton and his group the Hamiltones appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” to perform a hilarious rendition of their You Tube video “Whose Billy Goat Is This.” Kimmel took Hamilton and the rest of the group to each table to sing to unknown animals. The guys soulfully serenaded a rabbit, armadillo, hedgehog, bearded dragon and baby chick, who hilariously jumped off the table while they sang. For quite some time now, Hamilton and the Hamiltones have been creating a buzz with their viral videos covering such songs as “Watch Out Lil B***h” by 2 Chainz, “Hotline Bling” by Drake and also poked fun at the argument between Birdman and Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club with “Put Some Respeck On It”. The Hamiltones also appear on Hamilton’s latest album “What I’m Feelin.” The drama continues for singer Chris Brown. The pop star was reportedly arrested and released on a $250,000 bond stemming from an assault with a deadly weapon charge after a woman claimed he drew a gun on her in his home. According to TMZ, Brown and his entourage emerged from the home to talk to police before Brown was taken into custody. Baylee Curran told TMZ that a member of Brown’s entourage wanted her to sign a non-disclosure agreement, but she refused and made a run for it. When asked if drugs and alochol were present, Curran became uneasy, smirked and refused to answer the question, saying that she wanted to focus on what happened to her. As expected, media reports mentioed Brown’s 2009 assault against ex-girlfriend Rhianna , and now, they’re digging into Curran’s unsavory past. TMZ is reporting that Curran is a wanted woman in New York City stemming from an incident at the Plaza Hotel in 2013 where she allegedly snatched a friend’s purse after an arugment. The Louis Vitton bag was valued at $1000. Police documents state that she dropped the purse and ran off the its contents: credit cards and a Michael Kors wallent containing $200 in cash. It’s also been rumored that Curran is friendly with the mother of Brown’s child, fueling suspicions that Brown may have been set up. Reality television star Ray J, who was reportedly present during the incident, posted a video on Instagram with a caption that read “Thingz gotta change man! This ain’t kool! much support @chrisbrownofficial and the whole team! #StayPositive #Don’tLetTheDevilWin. The country is hurting in many ways and the Black Eyed Peas want to help heal it. Thirteen years after the inital release of their single “Where Is The Love?”, the Grammy award winning group has rerecorded the song featuring some very famous friends. In addition to will.i.am, Fergie, apl.de.ap and Taboo, the star studded lineup includes Diddy, Mary J. Blige, Jamie Foxx, Nicole Scherzinger, The Game, Jesse J., Andra Day, Tori Kelly, Ty Dolla $ign, Usher, DJ Khaled, A$AP Rocky, Jaden Smith and Justin Timberlake, who appeared on the Elephunk original. Fans who have been praying for more Rick Ross and Skrillex collaborations will be happy to know that their prayers have been answered. While the film “Sucide Squad” has been panned by critics, the soundtrack’s breakout single “Purple Lamborgini” has become a critic and fan favorite. Ross confirmed during an interview with Billboard magazine that the two will collaborate again. Ross is still savoring the success of his latest project “Black Market” while reflecting on the recent certified platinum status of his debut album “Port Of Miami.” He celebrated the album’s 10th anniversary with a star studded performance, which was lived streamed via Tidal on Monday. Rapper Kanye West continues to preach a message of love following his six minute monologue during the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday. During his speech, the rapper/designer tackled such issues as the “Famous” video controversy, and even shouted out ex-girlfriend Amber Rose as well as wife Kim Kardashian’s ex-boyfriend Ray J, who reportely wasn’t happy about the name dropping. Always one for tangents, West also dicussed his desire to make uniforms in his hometown Chicago. We’ll wait and see what, if anything at all, come of that.