Singer Chris Brown’s December tour of Australia and New Zealand has been canceled. A statement from Brown’s Australian “One Hell Of A Night Tour” promoter, issued yesterday, confirmed that the shows in Perth, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, all scheduled from Dec. 9-16, will not take place. In September, the Australian government warned that it planned to deny Brown’s visa due to his criminal conviction for assaulting ex-girlfriend Rhianna in 2009. Brown was also scheduled to perform in Auckland, New Zealand on Dec. 18. Full refunds will be offered. Ebony magazine revealed who made its Power 100 list, their feature which recognizes leaders in the black community within the fields of the arts, politics, education, community activism, media and medicine. Among those honored were D’Angelo and Prince, for their musical prowess, they were also celebrated for their commitment to using music as a tool for political activism. Janelle Monae and Kendrick Lamar were acknowledged for producing the singles “Alright” and “Hell You Talmbout”, which have been used by Black Lives Matter and other anti-police brutality movements. Similarly, singer John Legend and rapper J. Cole were acknowledged for their philanthropic work devoted to similar movements and those in need.