Brooklyn Casanova first made a name for himself after his single "Don't Run" caught fire in New York. His rising success ultimately landed him a spot on Chris Brown's "Party Tour," which had him hitting the road with Breezy and fellow New Yorker Fabolous. Clearly, the trio found themselves bonding, and it's no surprise that the "Party" veterans have come through for a collaboration on new single "Left, Right." This new track, which is currently available in select international markets, is Casanova and Chris Brown's first reunion since collaborating on "OHB," off Casanova's Be Safe Tho mixtape.
To add a little bit more weight to this already high-profile collaboration, the production is handled by Scott Storch, who is in the process of making quite the comeback. Storch delivers some crisp production, with bouncing percussion and a mischievous synth arpeggio. It's definitely tailor made for loudspeakers, and it's no surprise that all three parties proceed to destroy the instrumental. As with the majority of Chris Brown's club bangers, Breezy comes through with some X-rated lines, channeling his inner 21 Savage while he proudly proclaims "If you a thot, fuck it I'm a thot too." It's easy to make a case that Chris Brown is one of hip-hop's hardest workers, and his forty-five song album Heartbreak On A Full Moon is scheduled to drop on Halloween.
Stay tuned for this to hit Itunes and all major streaming services at midnight, although I'm sure the more resourceful fans will find a way to bump this in the interim. If you're curious about Casanova, be sure to check out the interview we did with him below, in which he talks about his working relationship with Chris Brown and Fabolous. Sound off below. Did this one live up to the hype, or nah?
Damn, when I hit it wit' it
Got her fuckin' with the Xans, when she know the business
Hit her wit' the left, right, gave that bitch the business
Fight in the section, didn't make a difference, yeah