Rihanna announced that she finished recording her seventh album "Unapologetic," and the track listing she posted on Twitter reveals that she and Chris Brown will have another duet.
The song title is "Nobodies Business" and sounds like it will be about their on-and-off again relationship.
Earlier this year, three years after Rihanna and Brown broke up due his domestic assault, the pair caused controversy when she featured him on the remix of her song, "Birthday Cake." On the track, Brown sings, "Girl I wanna [expletive] you right now. Been a long time. I’ve been missing your body. Let me turn the lights down. When the window go down, it's a private party."
Rihanna also sang on his song, ‘Turn Up the Music,’ saying, “"Turn up the music cause I feel a little turned on/ Turn on the music, don't you try to turn me down." She later says, “I love you baby.”
But not everyone is excited about Rihanna working with Chris Brown again or involving herself with him romantically.
The New York Daily News reported that her best friend Katy Perry has distanced herself from the Barbadian beauty due to her returning to Brown.
“They’re barely talking and ever since the couple reunited, there has been tension between them. Katy has been spending a lot of time with pals Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart.
"Katy fears Rihanna is making a huge mistake and doesn’t want to be part of it,” a source close to Katy told Confidenti@l, the newspaper’s gossip column.
Rihanna has made no secret about her love for Brown, though he gave her a black eye and a swollen lip after a heated argument just three years ago.
"My stomach drops and I have to maintain this poker face and not let it get to the outer part of me,” Rihanna explained to Oprah earlier this year about how she acts when she sees Brown.
"We love each other and we probably always will."
This past weekend, Rihanna tweeted, "Man my album is complete, and I need a [expletive] drink and a roll up! It was quite the journey, but it's all part of our story!”
‘Unapologetic’ will be released in stores Nov. 19.