The two hip-hop/R'n'B artists finally call off their year-long feud as they collaborate on a new track.
After offering Kanye West some advice on his online feud with Jimmy Kimmel last week, Chris Brown ends his own feud with Toronto rapper Drake which began more than a year ago when they got into a nightclub brawl in New York City. They officially end the animosity by recording new music in the studio most likely for Brown's forthcoming album "X" coming in November.
"Hangin with Drake in the studio," Brown pleasantly surprised everyone last Thursday, October 3 with his announcement of their track collaboration on his Facebook page. It's good to hear that the two talented men are trading verses instead of the champagne bottle and nasty note they exchanged back when they were both riled up over each other's involvement with Rihanna.
An insider revealed that the two music superstars patched things up during the iHeartRadio festival in Las Vegas last month, with Drake dropping by Brown's dressing room before he went onstage. "They made peace and are cool now. Rihanna is in the past and all the drama," said the source.
Although there had been no details out yet on their recent recording studio team-up, it surely would be something that will be anticipated by the fans of both rappers. Brown's "X" will include tracks featuring the likes of Justin Bieber, Big Sean, T-Pain, Nelly, Tyga, Brandy, The Game, Lupe Fiasco and will.i.am.