Chris Brown Performs at BET Awards, Releases New Single

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It's official: prison did not rob Chris Brown of his dance moves.

The singer made an unexpected return to the stage at the 2014 BET Awards last night, showing off his style and his rhythm during a rendition of "Loyal."

Say what you want about the woman beater (please!), but Brown knows how to perform. See for yourself now:

The artist, who was released from prison in early June after having his probation revoked, and rumored to fear a Rihanna reunion at the Los Angeles-based ceremony, didn't stop at the above performance either.

Not long after the BET Awards aired, the 25-year-old took to Twitter to announce his next single, "New Flame."

It features Rick Ross and Usher and you can listen to it here:

The Grammy-winner artist two and a half months behind bars for violating his probation stemming from his 2009 assault conviction for punching Rihanna.

He admitted to the violation and was sentenced May 9 to another 131 days, but he ultimately qualified for early release because he's a celebrity and of course he did.

Brown is still facing a misdemeanor battery charge in D.C. for reportedly assaulting a man, his arrest in this incident having constituted the aforementioned probation violation.

Chris Brown Smoking Weed
Chris Brown smoking weed - 3 joints at the same time no less. What a class act as always.

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