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Chris Brown and Rihanna Collaborate on "Nobodies Business"

Despite the world questioning their relationship, the pair are showing a united front. Chris Brown and Rihanna Collaborate on "Nobodies Business"

Chris Brown and Rihanna continue to take their renewed relationship to the next level, this time by collaborating on “Nobodies Business” which is a track from her upcoming album, Unapologetic.  Clearly, it goes along with the theme expressed in the album title since there will be people who feel offended by this pair reuniting.

The song features the rumored couple taking turns singing about how what they are doing should be private.  Well, writing and performing this song which, presumably, they’d like us all to buy, aren’t they technically making this everybody’s business?

Of course, this comes after people literally freaked out over RiRi featuring Brown on the remix of her hit “Birthday Cake.” 

Here are some sample lyrics: "I sing it to the world, baby give me something/ Imma be your girl I wanna make you mine/ And it ain't nobodies business/ It ain't nobodies business/ It ain't nobodies business/ It ain't nobodies business/ Just mine, and my baby.”

If you’re feeling déjà vu over that last line, it’s probably because it appears to have been inspired by the lyrics from Michael Jackson’s track “The Way You Make Me Feel.”

In a recent interview, Rihanna did shed some light on their relationship and why she seems ready to give Brown another chance, even after he so violently assaulted her.  She said: "The world hasn't let go.  They haven't seen any progress in our friendship ... They're not on the inside. They can't see what I see."

She’s got a point.  Rihanna’s upcoming album, Unapologetic, drops November 19, 2012.  In the meantime, check out this clip of the track:

Written on Nov 07 2012 by Jeanne Dupuis (Google+ profile), writer at KOvideo. Tags: chris brown and rihanna nobodies business apologetic

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