Chris Brown and Drake are apparently serious about working together after recently squashing their feud and a source claims the unlikely duo are planning to “surprise” fans with their joint track although there's no confirmation it will actually happen.
The hip-hop stars are reported to have put an end to their ongoing feud last month at the iHeartRadio Music Festival more than a year after they clashed at a New York nightclub which prompted their two camps to get locked in a bottle-throwing brawl. With their spat apparently behind them, a source claims Breezy and Drizzy are keen to bump heads – in a good way – in the recording studio for the first time since their fought.
Chris Brown struggling to fit in the Drake collaboration with his 'X' album schedule? (WENN)
“Make no mistake, that’s going to happen,” an insider alleged to HollywoodLife. “It will, but in time. Both of them like the element of surprise.”
The source goes on to claim that while both musicians are keen for the collaboration to go ahead, they're schedules are set to become hectic over the coming months with Drake preparing to tour in support of his latest album 'Nothing Was The Same' and Chris putting the finishing touches to his delayed record 'X.'
“Chris is trying to get X out and Drake’s enjoying the success of his new album sales,” the insider claims.
Drake has been accused of starting his feud with Chris (Judy Eddy/WENN)
The infamous club fight between Chris, 24, and Drake, 26, is rumoured to have been instigated when the Canadian rapper began taunting his younger rival over his romance with Rihanna, who has dated both stars in the past, but another source tells the publication that she is no longer a factor in their lives.
“He and Drake ain’t got no more issues. They’re cool,” the insider recently said. “Rihanna’s in another world touring, getting her bread and lighting it up for her fans. Yay for her. Chris congratulates her. Drake congratulates her. But as far as them feeling some type of way over her now, that’s a negative.”
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