Chris Brown Drops New Track Dissing Quavo, ‘Freak’

Chris Brown has once again sparked controversy within the hip-hop world, reigniting his feud with Quavo in his latest release, the deluxe edition of “11:11”. The track “Freak,” featuring Lil Wayne, Joyner Lucas, and Tee Grizley, includes pointed lyrics targeting Quavo, fueling speculation among fans.

The lyrics in question seem to reference Quavo’s rumored romantic involvement with Karrueche Tran, Brown’s ex-girlfriend of four years. Brown doesn’t hold back, rapping, “F—g my old b—–s ain’t gone make us equal / Sipping that 1942 ’cause I don’t do no Quavo / Freak b—h she like Casamigos not the Migos.”

Brown and Karrueche’s tumultuous relationship came to an end in 2015, but Quavo’s appearance with Karrueche in 2017 reignited rumors. Despite being spotted together and facing ongoing speculation, Karrueche denied being in a relationship with Quavo when questioned by The Shade Room.

The feud between Brown and Quavo escalated earlier this year when they were seated next to each other at the Rhude Menswear Fall/Winter 2024-2025 show. Brown made his feelings clear in an Instagram comment, stating, “Can’t pick who you sit by. F–k all that growth s–t. N—a not finna fumble my bag for little n—-s.”

The release of “Freak” serves as another chapter in the ongoing saga between Brown and Quavo. Listen to the track below for the full context.