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Drake Hit Studio With Chris Brown

June 30, 2010 (6:38 am) GMT
Now that 'Thank Me Later' has come out, Drake thinks it's time for him to lend his helping hands to other artists.

What's next to come from after he dropped his debut album "" which went straight to No. 1 on Billboard Hot 200? In a recent interview, the Canadian rapper revealed he worked overtime in studio and this included a studio session with .

"I've been working all night," the rapper told Extra. "I've just been in the studio. I was actually in the studio with Chris Brown for a little bit. Then I was studio hopping, seeing where I can lend my hand since I've done mine."

If indeed the two make a duet, this might help Chris Brown rise his sinking career even more. Previously, Brown became talks of the town after breaking down during a BET live tribute to . Some people saw it as a publicity stunt, but many fellow stars like , , Melody Thornton and applauded it.

"It was very heartfelt. I was almost moved to tears," Hilson told Rap-Up. "It was incredible and I'm so glad Chris is back. I'm so glad that people are finally forgiving him and finally accepting him back into our good graces. He deserves a second chance."

In another occasion, who introduced Brown's performance also has the same opinion. "It was very emotional for me, because it was an acceptance from his fans from what has happened to him and also paying tribute to my brother," he said. "It was just a spectacular moment."

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