Either Hell or the destroyed alcohol bottles from their infamous bar brawl have froze over or cooler heads have prevailed because Drake and Chris Brown have seemingly squashed their beef.
In a recent behind the scenes video released by #CBStudios Collaboration shows Brown in the studio working with his many collaborators including Big Sean, will.i.am and others. The most notable potential collaborator, Drake comes in around the :50 second mark and even states the song Brown played for him is going to be big.
This video comes on the heels of reports of Drake watching Chris Brown's entire set at the iHeartRadio Music Festival and later being more than cordial together with onlookers claiming the two were joking around and hugging.
This apparent reconciliation occurs a little over a year after their infamous brawl at New York City nightclub W.I.P. on June 13th, 2012. Less than 4 months ago, a judge cleared both Brown and Drake of charges in the brawl.
Brown's new album X
is set to be released on November 19th and he recently spoke with The New York Times
about this album marking an end of his negative press:
People are just going to have to like me for it. Or don't. I don't really focus on the negative anymore. I know there's always stories or this or that out about Chris Brown.... [but] whatever you think you know about me, just listen to the album.
Check out the video of Chris Brown in the studio with Drake and other artists below: