Chris Brown is selling more than just music these days.
The pop star is selling pit bull puppies via his new websiteCBBreeds.webs.com.
Each dog is being sold for one-thousand dollars, with customers receiving registration, current vaccinations, a health guarantee and a veterinarian examination.
Along with selling pit bulls, Chris is also getting ready to release his next album, “Fortune” and a new Toy Line.
Brown announced that he’s working on a new collectible series in collaboration with artist Ron English.
Billboard reports the new line is called Dum English, the pair’s exclusive line of limited-edition collectible toys and unique art sculptures will launch in Los Angeles on May 2.
Brown and English’s new venture is an offshoot of the singer’s MechanicalDummy.com blog/lifestyle site that also houses his own street art and that of other budding artists.
Among Dum English’s inaugural offerings: A toy necklace chain ($75) and a 10″ vinyl figure ($140), both from Made by Monsters, and a four-foot life-size fiberglass sculpture ($20,000) by Garageworks Industries.
Launching with only 1000 pieces in this limited-edition toy series and 20 pieces for the fiberglass sculpture, Brown and English will showcase their work at the Corey Helford Gallery in Culver City (L.A.) on May 2 from 6-8 p.m.
Proceeds from sales at the combination VIP art exhibit/media event will benefit Brown’s Symphonic Love foundation, which provides support and funding for arts programs dedicated to women and the artistic development of children.
Brown and English will also paint together on a life-size Dum English astronaut sculpture in front of guests. Earlier that day (2-4 p.m.), the pair will appear at TAG for an in-store consumer signing.
In a statement, Brown notes, ‘Ron has to be the most creative, ‘out there’ artist. His works is so precise but at the same time so unorthodox. Chris new new album is set to arrive in stores on July 3rd.