Chris Brown's mandatory community labor is putting a cramp in his touring schedule.

The NY Times reports that the 'Fine China' crooner canceled several concerts in Canada in light of the ruling.

Breezy was to be the headliner at the Energy Rush festival, with stops in Halifax, Toronto, Saint John and Winnipeg. The producer of the event now says that the shows won't happen “in light of the performer’s [Chris Brown's] recent personal and health-related issues.”

The Energy Rush festival shows will be postponed until next year.

Brown’s publicist, Nicole Perna, said he will use the time off to focus on his sixth studio LP, 'X,' but regrets that he won’t be able to perform for his Canadian fans.

"Chris appreciates the support of his many thousands of fans north of the border,” said Perna. “He is going to use this time to focus on himself and on the release of his upcoming album. Chris looks forward to performing in Canada very soon."

As for his community labor, Breezy can reportedly do activities like highway cleanup, beach cleanup, graffiti removal and alternative services for his labor hours.

This comes after the courts found that Chris's previous community service record was not totally accurate. TMZ claims that the district attorney believes the 'Deuces' singer violated his probation by submitting false community service reports such as claiming he was cleaning trash when he was vacationing in Cancun.