As of right now, at this very moment, Chris Brown isn’t going hit-for-hit with thee Usher Raymond in a fan-hyped Verzuz battle that would pair two of our biggest R&B stars for a classic night of falsettos and f-boy front-flips.
The general consensus is that living legend Usher would wash Chris with his nearly flawless golden era catalog that includes untouchable Diamond album Confessions that sold over 10 million copies worldwide and influenced an entire generation of singers/performers. However, Breezy’s catalog isn’t anything to scoff at either. Over the years we’ve seen the Indigo singer churn out classic hits like “Look At Me Now” and “Yo (Excuse Me Miss).” Breezy’s also gearing up to release his 10th studio album.
Some celebrities have chimed in on the debate too. Back in May, during an instagram live broadcast with Verzuz co-founder Swizz Beats, Busta Rhymes said he was waiting to see the singers go head to head.
“Listen, Usher and Chris Brown got to be it man. That’s it,” Busta added, “You asking my opinion. I’m giving it to you, big bro. I don’t want to see no Usher and Justin Timberlake. I want to see Usher and Chris Brown.”
Naturally, after all the hype, Chris responded on the gram by saying his only competition is CHRIS BROWN vs. CHRIS BREEZY and ‘humbly’ declined the intriguing R&Battle that we’re not even sure was being seriously considered by Verzuz. If the singers face off though, it would be monumental for sure.
Either way, Twitter exploded with hilariously messy Chris Brown slander that made the “declined” battle that much more enticing.
Peep the Twitter hysteria over Chris Brown “humbly” declining a battle against Usher on the flip.