Chris Brown and Drake have triggered speculation they have put aside their bitter feud and they are now making sweet music together after a photograph of the two stars surfaced online.
The love rivals were pictured working on a new track at a studio in Hollywood in an image posted on Drake fan club Twitter feed.
The Canadian-Jewish rapper can be seen listening intently while Brown appears to be laying down vocals and gesturing with his hands on the right.
The photo has come as a suprise to fans after the pair embroiled in an on-going feud which culminated in a fight in 2012 when the pair fell out over mutual love interest Rhianna.
Brown, who dated Rihanna, was accused of assaulting the Barbados-born singer in his rented Lamborghini after leaving Clive Davis' pre-Grammy party in 2009.
NBA baller Tony Parker suffered an eye injury in the mass bottle-throwing brawl that broke out between Brown's camp and Drake's crew at a nightclub in New York.
The stars were sued by the nightclub for millions of dollars but were not found liable for the damage. Following the incident record executives banned them from attending the same music events and parties.
According to reports, A 'peace treaty' was worked out by Def Jam music exec Abou Thiam. who is the Loyal hit-makers manager, who convinced the adversaries to put their differences aside.
The hearthrobs' legions of female fans will undoubtedly be excited about the prospect of the R&B bad boy and hip hop hunk collaborating on a track.