K. Michelle has plenty of reasons to celebrate this season.  The R&B songstress just released a new video for her single ‘Christmas Night’ to wrap-up 2013.  Check out her new video here.K’s holiday song is just one of the gifts the singer’s giving her adoring fans.  As we ring in the New Year, the Love & Hip Hop star will join Robin Thicke for the North American leg of his Blurred Lines tour.  If that’s not enough, her debut album, ‘Rebellious Soul,’ is still selling well, be sure to pick it up. Learn more inside Tha Wire below.  Here's K's new video, tell us what you think.

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In other news, is been a difficult year for Chris Brown, but he’s ending 2013 a more positive note.  Breezy brushed his problems aside to help others celebrate the meaning of Christmas by giving.  Chris Brown hosted his first annual holiday toy drive at the Brooklyn Projects in L.A..

Here's a look at how it all went down.  All photos are by Imeh Akpanudosen, Getty Images

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1st Annual Xmas Toy Drive Hosted By Chris Brown And Brooklyn Projects

TMZ reports Chris was all smiles during his charity day, giving gifts to underprivileged children.  The 24-year-old entertainer collected piles of toys — including bikes and stuffed animals.  Plus took time out to sign autographs and pose for photos.   He brought some friends along with his him like Young Money rapper Tyga and the one and only Kevin Hart to join in on the festivities and support their friend.

The good news, he’s doing good and is looking forward to a fresh start and a much better year and big Breezy fans here at 107 Jamz tryly hope he can have.  For more details listen to Tha Wire below.

Finally, Kanye West, his labels Roc-A-Fella and Island Def Jam, and their parent company Universal Music Group are being sued over the song “Bound 2″.  The track is featured on the Yeezus album and Ricky Spicer, formerly of the 70′s group The Ponderosa Twins plus One, claims that West used his voice without his permission.

According to The New York Daily News, Spicer’s suit is cut and dry asking Kanye to either stop using his vocals or pay him for his contribution to the song.  The publishing rights to the original song “Bound” is ironically enough owned by Chuck Brown, Sr.  What’s more, Brown spoke with the Cleveland Challenger about Kanye’s use of his original track saying,  “I’m actually honored, we recorded that song in 1971 and thought it was a hit.  We just didn’t know it would take 43 years for the world to figure it out.”

Here's a listen to the original track and for details on the story and all of the above listen to Tha Wire below.