Chris Brown disses Drake on new track – listen

Singer freestyles on new 'I Don't Like' remix

Chris Brown has continued his feud with Drake by dissing the Canadian rapper on a new track.

The singer freestyles a verse on a new remix of Chief Keef’s ‘I Don’t Like’, which was posted on DJ Orator‘s blog yesterday (June 30). Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to listen to the track.

In the song, Brown references his club brawl with Drake (“They throwing bottles, I’m throwing models”), questions the rapper’s courage (“This head up, my bread up, one on one, what you scared bro?”) and takes aim at the ‘Take Care’ star’s facial hair (“Them eyebrows, man, them shit is yikes”).

The pair had been involved in a alleged nightclub brawl last month, after it was alleged that upon discovering they were in the same club, Brown sent a bottle over to Drake’s table. The Toronto rapper then approached Brown and started arguing over Rihanna, Brown’s ex-girlfriend who Drake also had a short relationship with.

Last week, Brown and Drake were offered $1 million (£641,000) each to fight in a celebrity boxing match. Celebrity boxing promoter Damon Feldman has revealed that billionaire digital media entrepreneur Alki David wants to capitalise by staging a fight between the pair, stating: “Obviously they have a grudge. It’s just three one-minute rounds. No one will get seriously hurt.”

Mark Geragos, Chris Brown’s attorney, has previously claimed that he has evidence that Drake threw a bottle during the incident, while Brown posted a picture of his gashed chin on Twitter after the fracas along with a tirade of messages directed at Drake’s crew – although they have since been removed.

Drake, however, has denied his involvement in the fight, and said he was heading for the exits when the brawl broke out. A spokesman for the rapper said: “Drake did not participate in any wrongdoing of any kind last night at W.I.P. He was on his way out when the altercation began.”

Drake returns to the UK next weekend to headline Wireless Festival