The unreleased verse for Byron Messia’s “Talibans II” featured Chris Brown instead, has been made available by the multi-award-winning singer and performer Chris Brown on social media. In a post on his social media channel, the multi-award-winning singer and performer Chris Brown shared his unreleased verse to the remix of the hit song Talibans II by well-known Jamaican dancehall singer-songwriter Byron Messia, which later featured Nigerian artist Burna Boy.
The song debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 and was well-received by listeners. Nevertheless, many were surprised to learn that Chris Brown might have been the project’s featured artist instead of Burna after the singer used his Instagram account to share his verse, which did not make the song’s official release with listeners.
On Sunday, Chris Brown posted a preview of the song on his Instagram Story; however, he afterwards deleted it. The artist’s label, Interscope, with whom he signed last month, will “have to work it out,” according to a producer who was speaking with the media, but he made it clear that there is no problem with the song being remixed. Chris Brown has collaborated with several dancehall performers, such as Skillibeng and Konshens. The R&B singer is also a huge fan of Afrobeats, and he most recently worked with Davido on his new album and Wizkid on the single “Call Me Every Day.”
The recently released Burna Boy album “I Told Them” will include the bonus track “Talibans II” as well.