In one of the 'Graffiti' songs, Chris Brown talks about a famous girl whom Drake would say the best he ever had.
The whole materials in Chris Brown's December 8 release "Graffiti" have hit the web, unveiling his duets with the likes of Plies, Tank, Eva Simmons and Trey Songz. Missing from the audio stream is the international bonus track called "Girlfriend" which features Lupe Fiasco.
In a solo track titled "Famous Girl", Chris narrates about an ex-girlfriend. "Drake would say that you're the best he ever had / Rumours come and go... / Everywhere you go it follows / Can't understand I still love you," Chris sings on the lines. "Sorry Bey I don't wear no Halo / You were first to play the game though / Sorry I bust the windows out ya car / I might have cheated in the beginning / I was wrong for writing Disturbia."
Judging from the lyrics, it is apparent that Chris talks about Barbadian songstress Rihanna, who has a song called "Disturbia" and was once rumored dating rapper Drake, although the lady is unnamed on the track.
Chris Brown is scheduled to visit ABC's "20/20" for a pre-taped interview with Robin Roberts, discussing his infamous altercation with Rihanna. The "in-depth" talk will be aired on December 11.
"Graffiti" can be streamed on Rhapsody.