The singer helped raise money for Best Buddies International alongside artist Romero Britto.
Chris Brown and his Symphonic Love Foundation teamed up with artist Romero Britto to paint a mural in Florida and fundraise for the Best Buddies International charity. The charity organization helps those with developmental disabilities gain leadership skills while forming new friendships and Brown’s foundation supports creative programs that teach children how to respect one another.
On Wednesday, the two groups partnered up for a graffiti mural in Miami and painted various portraits. The portraits will be sold and all the proceeds will go to Best Buddies.
“They inspired each other,” a source said, according to Hollywood Life. “It’s amazing to see the different styles and processes of the two artists come together into this incredible piece of work.”
This isn’t the first time the artistically-inclined singer has worked on such a project. Earlier this month, Breezy and graffiti artist Slick painted another mural in California to also support Best Buddies.