Chris Brown And Drake May Be Dropping A New Project Together
Chris Brown and Drake , the Toronto rapper, were enemies once, considering they had both dated Rihanna briefly, and Chris Brown 's fallout from Rihanna was a point of contention between them. As most know, Rihanna and Chris Brown participated in an abusive relationship that culminated in a bruised face and lip for Rihanna.
Either way, Chris Brown and Drake have since moved past all of that, and now, they're working on a new project together for the umpteenth time. On the 6th of November, Hot New Hip Hop said that Brown appeared on Instagram Live where he spoke with Fat Joe for his series, The Fat Joe Show.
Fat Joe and Chris Brown spoke for approximately one hour, the outlet claimed, and during their conversation, Joe asked Brown about his relationship with Drake and whether the two of them have been getting along lately.
Hot New Hip Hop says Brown and Drake just released the single, "No Guidance," therefore, in Joe's view, it would make a lot of sense for them to continue working together. Fat Joe asked Brown whether he and Drake would release an entire project, like an album or an EP.
Brown went on to say that he and Drake have made a number of songs together, but never revealed much else about them. The rapper went on to say that he and the artist have "some songs" over and over again, probably because he didn't know what else to say.
Drake, on the other hand, has been teasing his latest album, Certified Loverboy , for months. Brown, on the other hand, has been in the news headlines repeatedly for his relationship and family with Ammika Harris.
For instance, it was reported earlier last month that Brown and Harris were trying to move in together. Brown and Harris had spent a lot of time away from each other as a result of the pandemic, however, the couple met up while in Tulum, Mexico.
Ammika and Brown have an 11-month-old child, Aeko, and since then, Brown has allegedly come to the conclusion that he wants to live under the same roof as them from now on.