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Chris Brown ARRIVES At “Symphonic Love” Launch Party In Los Angeles! (Photos)

Recently, 23 year-old Chris Brown launched his “Symphonic Love” foundation for children. And now the singer just arrived at his official launch party in Los Angeles. 

Check out the pics below:

Breezy, who arrived at the event solo, felt like it was time to give back to children by creating a foundation just for that, because he really love kids.

The singer also tweeted the night before: “Symphonic Love launch party tomorrow. So excited!!!!!!!!!”

Chris also did a quick art work for the event, and this is what he had to say about his passion for painting during a interview with Prestige Magazine:

“I’ve been painting secretly since I was a kid. A lot of people didn’t know that it was my hobby. I focused on doing the bad stuff at first with graffiti and vandalizing. But as you get older, you start studying art books and sketchbooks in the libraries. I started getting better, like maybe three or four years ago. 

I met Ron English and Kid Zoom [Ian Strange] and they were just teaching me different techniques for painting. So my art started growing and I started doing it on my own. I finally got people to recognize it and I did a couple of art galleries – one in LA and one in New York – and I sold four out of my seven paintings. You know, I’m new. But my feet are in the water and that’s all it takes. I don’t think I want to conquer painting. It’s just something I love to do.”

Chris posing with two little fans. 
Here’s what Breezy had to say about the Foundation: “It definitely has been a labor of love. That what it’s all about for me – art and love,” said Brown. “Art influences every aspect of my life completely. It helps me to be myself. Focusing on positivity and love helps you have respect for yourself and others. It’s what I strive for, so I hope this foundation and the website encourages everyone to express themselves creatively and be who they want to be.”

Brown created Symphonic Love’s website to showcase his favorite nonprofits and programs, and to serve as a creative and personal resource for his fans. 
According to the Herold online, the website enable fans to upload their artwork, listen to music, watch videos, get involved and get help to live more creative and loving lives. Brown explains, “The site has resources where you can immediately get inspired and get support for all kinds of difficulties, and you can use your creativity to take you to a different world. That’s what I’ve been doing since I was a kid, and I know kids need that same kind of encouragement.”

Brown’s $200,000+ in grants include:

ART Programs

Symphonic Love Scholars with The Debbie Allen Dance Academy: to provide full financial support and mentorship for five Symphonic Love Scholars during the Academy’s intensive year-long program.
Symphonic Love Wheels with HOLA – Heart of Los Angeles: to provide SLF custom branded transportation for 500 kids from inner-city LA to receive ongoing arts education classes throughout the year.

LOVE Programs

Jenesse Center: to support youth education programs, including the annual Change Youth Conversations which drew more than 200 teenagers this summer in Los Angeles and a multitude of youth nationally, to talk about dating violence and healthy relationships.


Break the Cycle: to engage, educate and empower youth to build lives and communities free from domestic violence.

Symphonic Love Best Buddies Day: to support one day every year when Team Breezy throughout the world reaches out to build friendships with the Best Buddies participants and to share the Symphonic Love value that people with intellectual and developmental disabilities deserve to be treated with dignity, respect and kindness.
AIDS Project Los Angeles: to sponsor The Collective to inspire the next generation to support HIV/AIDS testing and to fight stigmas against people living with HIV/AIDS.

Brown is also working with his mother and his aunt to create an arts and recreation center in his hometown of Tappahannock, Virginia.

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