BET Awards: Chris Brown Performs 'Party' With Gucci Mane

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Chris Brown in 2016

Breezy kicked things off with his ultra-sexual "Privacy," taking the stage as two scantily clad ladies struck poses behind him and BET's network censors tried to stamp out all of the song's profanity.

Chris Brown returned to the BET Awards on Sunday night to preview his upcoming full-length Heartbreak on a Full Moon with a pair of electric singles — one featuring his pal Gucci Mane.

Breezy kicked things off with his ultra-sexual “Privacy,” taking the stage as two scantily clad ladies struck poses behind him and BET's network censors tried to stamp out all of the song's profanity. After a minute, "Privacy" gave way to "Party," and Brown brought back some of the pinpoint choreography that he's brought to past BET Awards. As a break dance circle formed onstage, Gucci slid onto the platform and delivered his guest verse from the song (Usher, who also guests on "Party," sadly was not present).

“Privacy” was released in March and peaked at No. 66 on the Billboard Hot 100, while “Party,” released late last year, hit No. 40 on the chart. Both come from Heartbreak on a Full Moon, expected to be released later this summer.

Click here for an updated list of winners at the 2017 BET Awards, and watch part of Brown's performance below.

This story first appeared on Billboard.com.

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