The veteran R&B crooner is suing his former accountant Vernon Brown, claiming the tax professional ruined his life by failing to sort out his tax debt for almost a decade, resulting in over $1.5 million in fees and penalties.
Brian McKnight is back and the decision to return to music was not as hard as some might think. Following a controversial 2012, filled with drama over his attempt to do something a little different (cue: "Ready To Learn"), McKnight returning with another album was a no-brainer considering the fact that he had never stopped writing.
According to TMZ, the "Anytime" hitmaker was asked to perform the dirty record, "If You're Ready to Perform," at the next Adult Video News (AVN) Awards, which is dubbed the Oscars of the porn industry.
Brian McKnight and his sons are the true example of keeping things in the family. Under the group name BRKN RBTZ, the McKinght's launched Trif3cta Records as a platform to distribute music from their future projects.