Chris Brown has been busy according to documents presented during a just completed hearing in Los Angeles. The “Crawl” singer has not only completed seventeen domestic violence related classes but, has also completed 32 days of hard labor stemming from his felony assault case. As previously reported, Brown and his attorney, Mark Geragos, were asked to visit Judge Patricia Schnegg in Los Angeles today to provide proof that Brown has been fulfilling the terms of his plea deal. In addition to providing proof of progress, including a letter from a Virginia official praising Brown’s hard work, the judge gave the “I Can Transform Ya” singer permission to travel overseas between May 18 – June 27. Dressed casually for the court appearance, Chris Brown appeared at ease Thursday. He is to be back in court May 11 for another progress hearing.