Chris Brown and Drake drop their highly anticipated new video, “No Guidance.”
The former foes, turn friends settled their differences with a dance battle instead of taking the other route which has caused physical violence in the past. The cinematic clip runs for nine minutes and features Rihanna two ex-boyfriends, Chris Brown and Drake, playing out their real-life feud in a dramatic dance battle. Their original feud includes a huge brawl between their two camps at a nightclub in New York City in 2012. In the “No Guidance” video, the two hit up a Miami club as they come face to face in a dance battle.
The two former-foes mended their relationship and finally gave us “No Guidance,” a duet we’ve been waiting for since the “Deuces” era, on Chris Brown’s latest album Indigo. The single quickly went No. 1 and Drake dropped some hints that there was a music video in the works back in June.
Early Friday morning Chris Brown posted a photo to his Instagram page of he and Aubrey together with stern looks on their faces standing in front of a cityscape backdrop with the caption “Somethings coming.”
The short and sweet caption gave off Drake’s infamous “Scary hours” vibes and fans began to speculate if it meant the now platinum hit “No Guidance” video was on its way, or even possibly new music.
Drake already told the world through social media that he’s in “album mode,” and the Toronto rapper has definitely been putting in work in the studio. He dropped a two-pack of loosey singles after the Toronto Raptors won the NBA Championship in June, and just hours ago appeared on a new single from Rick Ross “Gold Roses.”
Although fans are still reveling in the greatness that was Indigo, new music wouldn’t come as a surprise because we know Chris Brown never stops working. Even Jamaican-American artist Sean Kingston revealed that he has a collab with Breezy coming on his forthcoming project Made in Jamaica.