A judge told the singer that he was doing "really well" in serving out his probation and community service, with 32 days of hard labor completed so far.
In court, Brown said three words – "Thank you, ma'am."
His next progress report will be May 11, by which time the judged expected him to be at least halfway through his service, which he is fulfilling in his home state of Virginia.
In November, he received an "extremely favorable" report.
The singer was sentenced in October following his arrest on charges of felony assault against Rihanna in February 2009.
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