Chris Brown, American hip hop star, has teamed up with Justin Biber, Canadian singer, for a track off his forthcoming album ‘Indigo’.


Dubbed ‘Don’t Check On Me’, the track is an ode to people who defy the temptation of yielding to an ex’s advances or falling victim to “I miss you” talks once a relationship hits the rocks.

It also sees the US singer baring his thoughts on relationship dilemmas like heartbreak while Bieber is left to deliver his lines on escaping a toxic relationship.

The track is produced by Sheldon Ferguson and Atia Bog.


Listen to it below.

Aside ‘Don’t Check on Me’, Chris Brown’s forthcoming 37-track album also embodies ‘No Guidance’, a track which features Drake and made the Billboard 100 Hit.


‘Indigo’ is expected to be released on June 28, 2019.

Bieber had last collaborated with Brown for the release of their 2011 single ‘Next to You’. Reports have had it that the singer is up to a new album which follows his 2015 ‘Purpose’.

With Bieber’s recent media engagements and his prank of staging a fight with Tom Cruise, there is no doubt that the singer is finally snapping out of his “tumultuous” experience with mental health over the past few years.

“I’m still processing much stuff that I haven’t talked about. Just thinking about music stresses me out. I’ve been successful since I was thirteen. So I didn’t really have the time to find who I was apart from what I did,” he had told Vogue.


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