Drake and Chris Brown have reportedly reconciled. The news comes from a commercial report and also the unharness of a video that includes Chris Brown and Drake in a very studio.
Billboard reports that Brown and Drake have reconciled citing a Chris Brown Facebook post. per signboard, Brown updated his Facebook account recently, saying, “Hangin’ with Drake within the studio.”
This coincides with the discharge of a video that includes Chris Brown within the studio with Drake, one printed nowadays (October 3) by area 187’s YouTube channel, as per hotnewhiphop.com. The video, that options the 2 artists on the face of it gone, is viewed below, tho’ it’s unclear once the footage was recorded. The footage conjointly options Justin Bieber, WHO doesn’t seem to own the tattoos he has donned in recent months. The video conjointly options “Forever” because the main track of the clip. “Forever” was free in 2008.
Chris Brown and Drake have had a turbulent relationship in recent years. In 2012, the 2 were reportedly concerned in a very brawl. the 2 eventually sued each other as a results of their according club scuffle. In April, Drake dissed Chris Brown in Associate in Nursing interview. He conjointly aforementioned that he wasn’t inquisitive about battling Chris Brown at the time as a result of he felt nobody would have an interest therein match-up.
“His insecurities square measure the rationale I create higher music than him,” additional Drizzy.
“It’s not Pine Tree State and Kendrick [Lamar],” Drake aforementioned. “It’s not Pine Tree State and [Jay Z]. you are not gonna get something out of it. i do not need to listen to that man rap. nobody desires to listen to Pine Tree State rap against him. i actually do that shit. you are not even about to get something out of it.”
In March, Chris Brown spoke regarding Drake on Jeezy’s “R.I.P.” remix.
“Dearly departed, I bought a plane I departed,” Chris Brown says on the track. “And if you started from rock bottom, proceed and are available out the closet.”
The line was a respect to Drake’s single, “Started From The Bottom” off the Ontario rapper’s new unharness, Nothing Was constant.