Breezy announced the hot lineup Tuesday (Feb. 16) and unveiled the cartoon cover art featuring all five hip-hop stars. "Let me show u how to bring the summer back," he wrote.
Update (April 16): The music video for the remix is out now. Check it out below.
"Go Crazy," the lead single from the pair's joint Slime&B mixtape from May 2020, broke the record for the longest stay in the top 10 of Billboard’s Rhythmic Airplay chart, after the song clocked a 32nd week in the tier on the list dated Feb. 6. And in the song's 32nd week of being on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, it finally reached the summit in December.
"Go Crazy" became Brown's biggest radio hit since "Forever" in 2008 by reaching No. 1 on the all-genre Radio Songs chart as well as his 50th top 10 hit on the R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart. It's currently sitting at No. 7 on the Feb. 20-dated Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Lil Durk previously worked with Young Thug on "Stay Down" with 6Llack from his 2020 album The Voice, but he and Brown go way back. He tapped the R&B crooner and French Montana for "Get That Money," the first single from his 2015 debut album Remember My Name. "This sh-- hit different when you come from 0 the trenchesssssss .... @chrisbrownofficial," the Chicago-based rapper wrote on Instagram while sharing the "Go Crazy" remix's artwork.