Chris Brown is working overtime on cleanup duty.
That applies to both community service, where he literally cleans up roads, and image rehabilitation, where he's agreed to headline an all-star benefit.
Dubbed "Virginia Stand Up! A Call to Action," the event will take place May 15 at Virginia Commonwealth University and feature all-star performances.
The recently-released T-Pain, Keri Hilson (who has been linked to Chris romantically), Trey Songz and Ryan Leslie, will perform, along with host Brown.
More stars are expected to sign on in the coming days, with proceeds going to the Red Cross' Haitian relief efforts and the Central Virginia Food Bank.
"I wanted to find a way to contribute personally to the ongoing Haitian relief effort," said Brown, who's also spreading the word about the U.S. Census.
"I also wanted to support an organization that helps people in need right here in my home state," he added. "Everyone has to do their part."
That part extends beyond picking up garbage alongside I-95 ...
Chris Brown is working hard to clean up roads and reputations.