Collaborations between Chris and Rihanna always prove to be successful, so we’re happy to hear that Chris may include a new track with Rihanna on his forthcoming album! Read on to find out the title of the new song and more!
Chris Brown is gearing up for the release of his new album X. And while that’s certainly exciting, news of a possible Rihanna collaboration on the album sounded even better when it was revealed on March 26! Now, Chris shares the title of the new track — it sounds super sexy!
Chris Brown & Rihanna’s New Song — Title Revealed
“I wrote a song for her called ‘Put It Up’ that we did together,” Chris says. “It’s still in the pot of songs we have to pick from. It may or may not make it, but you know, because she’s already on it, it’s a strong possibility.”
Chris, 23, already declared his love for RiRi, 25 and opened up over the assault on her while sitting down for an interview with Ryan Seacrest on March 26. It’s clear that Chris and Rihanna are in a much better place, and it’s the perfect time for them to collaborate on a song again.
After all, Chris did say he wants to keep his relationship with Rihanna “fun.” He said, “It’s still like we’re kids. I try not to be too grown and be like, ‘Lets have candlelight dinner every night.’ I try to make sure everything is fun. It has to be fun and it has to be genuine.”
Rihanna & Chris Brown Song Collaborations
In the past, Chris and Rihanna have collaborated together on “Nobody’s Business,” off RiRi’s Unapologetic, “Birthday Cake (Remix),” and “Turn Up The Music (Remix).” Each and every one of those tracks proved to be electrifying, exciting and the remixes were certainly hotter than the original versions.
We think “Put It Up” needs to be on Chris’ new album! What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Should “Put It Up” be on Chris Brown’s new album?
— Chris Rogers
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