Breezy x Bieber has arrived. After Chris Brown dropped a hot new track with Justin Bieber, fans are speculating that Justin is calling out a specific ex-girlfriend in the lyrics.
Chris Brown, 30, is releasing his new album, Indigo, on June 28, and one track in particular has the internet flat out freaking out. “Don’t Check On Me,” dropped three days ahead of the 30-track album, and with Justin Bieber on the track, it’s got everyone talking. The song also features INK, and fans are bumping the song on repeat! However, some fans are convinced that Justin’s verse, about a past romance, is actually about Selena Gomez. “Justin Bieber still keeps writing about Selena Gomez. Hailey Baldwin can never win at least not in this lifetime I feel sorry for her really,” one fan wrote on Twitter after listening. “JUSTIN BIEBER needs to MOVE ON,” another tweet read.
Meanwhile, Indigo will hold no shortage of all-star collabs. In addition to Bieber, the record includes collaborations with Joyner Lucas, Lil Wayne, Gunna, Nicki Minaj, Justin Bieber, Tyga, Tory Lanez, Tank, and more! The lengthy album consists of 30 songs as well as three bonus tracks. The crooner is known for his incredibly long track lists. His last, Heartbreak on a Full Moon, included two discs and forty tracks.
While the record holds an impressive list of collaborators, “Wobble Up” also had fans chattering. The singer dropped the fiery track on on April 18, and it featured both Nicki Minaj and G-Eazy! The NSFW bop showed the three rappers alternating verses, and fans lost it for the hard-hitting song.
JUSTIN BIEBER needs to MOVE ON 😭 I legit feel sorry for Hailey, you're a married man, stop obsessing over Sel when she's out here getting her life back together after almost died twice. Man, this is what happens when you write songs based on Selena. pic.twitter.com/fXx1QpSgbB
— Noy // TH's Manager ♡ (@stainedbybts) June 25, 2019
Indigo marks Chris’ ninth studio album and probably his most star-studded yet. Listen to his new track with the Biebs above, and decide for yourself who the cryptic verse was written about.