It seems like all that Rihanna-related beef has been set aside for R&B crooners Drake and Chris Brown. Once noted enemies, the singers have officially ended their beef and are now recording new music together in the studio.
This morning (July 11), Drake fansite Word On Road posted an Instagram photo of the two men together, appearing happy in the studio.
Brown, wearing a long white T-shirt appears to be really into the new music, with an intense look on his face and hands in motion, making it seem as though he's really feeling the beat.
Unsurprisingly, Drake looks a little more pensive in the photograph, looking relaxed in a black hoodie and peering down at the soundboard.
Check out the Instagram photo from On The Road below:
The purpose of Drake and Brown's studio team up is unknown, though it could be for a collaboration to appear on Brown's new album X, the oft-delayed follow-up to his 2012 album Fortune. The album has yet to receive a firm release date, but it is expected before the end of the year.
Drake and Brown's newest collaboration isn't the first time the former feud-entangled stars have been in the studio together. In 2010 (before RiRi got into the mix), the two released a remix to the track "Deuces."
And, as MTV pointed out, Brown made a post to his Facebook in October saying he was hanging out with Drizzy in the studio.
It's good to know the two have made nice...