What feud!!!? Drake and breezy reconciled??? Chris Brown Hits The Studio With Big Sean, william and Drake?

Strange things have happened. Wait, no they
haven't. Fans were thrown into a frenzy on
Wednesday when Chris Brown posted video of
himself in the studio with one-time rival
Drake.The clip was part of a two-minute
montage showing Breezy recording with some
of the biggest names in music, but it was the
brief glimpse of Drizzy that got people
talking.It was just over a year ago that the two
were at the center of a bottle-smashing brawl
between their crews in a New York nightclub
that was allegedly sparked by their mutual
affection for Brown's ex, Rihanna. But in the
new video (which does not indicate when the
footage was shot), Drake is all smiles as he
praises one of Brown's songs.It's unclear from
the footage if Drake is involved in a new song
or when the bit was recorded. Brown recently
announced that his sixth studio album, X will
finally drop on November 19 after several
delays, but a rep told MTV News on Thursday
(October 3) that a release date has not yet
been confirmed."In the studio: Breezy spends
lots of time in the studio and loves hangin' and
collaborating with some of the biggest names
in the music industry, including Drake, the
Game and Justin Bieber," reads the intro to the
video.Hunched over a laptop, a hoodie-
wearing Drake is seen moving his head to an
unheard track (the soundtrack to the montage
is Brown's 2008 single/Doublemint gum jingle,
"Forever"). He tells Brown, "Yeah, this is a big
record, man." The two are then shown bobbing
their heads in unison and, in a different shot,
shaking hands. Brown indicated that the
footage was new with a Facebook post on
Wednesday that read, "Hangin with Drake in
the studio." Post by Chris Brown .To date, the
singer has said X will have features from Nicki
Minaj ("Love More"), Kendrick Lamar, Kelly
Rowland, B.o.B., Wiz Khalifa and Rihanna, the
latter on the song "Put It Up." He's also
released the single "Fine China" and "Don't
Think They Know," which features vocals from
late singer Aaliyah. To date no track listing has
been released, so it's possible the Drake joint
could be a recent add.Among the other stars
featured in the video are a young-looking
Justin Bieber, Tyga and Busta Rhymes (who all
featured on Brown's 2011 album, F.A.M.E. ), as
well as T-Pain and (who were on
2007's Exclusive). Nelly, who enthuses, "You
are a star, yo!," also makes a cameo along with
Brandy, the Game and Lupe Fiasco among
shots of Brown singing in the studio.

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