A sold out crowd turned out Saturday night (May 15) to see Chris Brown and his friends perform at the “Virginia Stand Up! A Call to Action” charity concert in Richmond, VA. The R&B/Pop star headlined the benefit concert held at the Virginia Commonwealth University’s Siegel Center and really put on a show for the ladies, as noted by our friends over at Neon Limelight.
After running through uptempo songs like “Gimme That,” “Run It,” and “I Can Transform Ya” — and changing into denim jeans, a black t-shirt, and a denim jacket — Brown slowed things down with a couple of steamy songs from his Valentine’s Day mixtape In My Zone. He pulled one lucky girl from the audience (making sure she was of age), sat her in a lounge chair, and treated her to a up close and personal serenade of “Sex” and a shirtless grind-fest during “Take You Down.”
The singer also brought out guests T-Pain, Keri Hilson, Trey Songz, Tank, Mario and Ryan Leslie to perform their own sets for the concert. Chris even invited Young Money rapper Tyga to perform a collaboration from their new Fan of a Fan mixtape.
The event was organized by Chris, along with the Greater Richmond Chapter of the American Red Cross and the Central Virginia Food Bank, in an effort to help out his home state of Virginia and to give further relief aid to the victims of the January earthquake in Haiti.
Chris, we’re glad to see you giving back to those in need. Keep up the good work!
Check out 20+ pictures of Chris Brown and his friends performing at the “Virginia Stand Up!” charity concert below…