And we have to admit—the tune's pretty catchy.
The R&B star confirmed the collaboration with her former beau—who is still on probation for his 2009 assault of the Barbadian beauty—Tuesday when she tweeted a track list for her upcoming album Unapologetic, which features Breezy on the song titled "Nobodies Business."
And just hours after the announcement, Ri-Ri released a sneak peek of the Michael Jackson-inspired, CB-infused tune on YouTube so fans could get a taste of the pop 'n' B track.
Considering the controversial pair's history, the lyrics are worth noting:
"You'll always be the one that I wanna come on to/Boy let me love you and show you how's spice show you off/I wanna be your baby, you'll always be my baby/Tell me what you want now," Rihanna sings, while Brown belts out "Me and you/ Said ain't no nobody's business" on repeat.
Although Rihanna and Chris have been caught spending ample time together as of late (and the lyrics seemingly point to a rekindled romance), they have both stayed mum on the status of their relationship.
On Thursday, the 24-year-old singer will take part in a Facebook Live chat at 4 p.m. PT/7 p.m. ET to kick off the Nov. 19 release of her new album. Fans can tune in here and submit questions on Rihanna's page.
Here's hoping Ri-Ri sheds some light on the Chris Brown collabo.
Even though it's nobody's business.