Listen To A Preview Of Rihanna And Chris Brown’s Collaboration, ‘Nobodies Business’

Listen to a preview of Rihanna and Chris Brown’s brand-new collabo, “Nobodies Business.”

By now you probably already know that there’s been a smidge of dramz surrounding Chris Brown and Rihanna‘s, how shall we say, tumultuous relationship. Are they together? Are they not together? Did they kiss at the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards? (Survey says: YES!) And now, after unleashing the official Unapologetic track list, we can officially confirm that the former (maybe current?) couple has collaborated on the aptly titled track, “Nobodies Business.” And you know what? We’ve got a preview of the song for you to judge listen to right now.

Listen to a snippet of Rihanna and Chris Brown’s collaboration, “Nobodies Business,” after the jump.

No matter what you think about Chris and Rihanna’s are-they-or-aren’t-they…situation (we’ll bite our tongue), we can’t deny that this song is actually catchy as hell. We SO wanted to hate it, but we couldn’t. The laid-back, vaguely ’90s-esque production leaves ample room for us to interpret every lyric — and we assume that was the point, considering the song’s message leaves basically zero room for guessing — these two prolly want back in: “I sing it to the world/ Baby give me time/ Imma be your girl/ I wanna make you mine/ And it ain’t nobody’s business/ It ain’t nobody’s business/ Just mine and my baby.” (BTW, that last line channels a refrain from Michael Jackson‘s “The Way You Make Me Feel.”) And let’s not forget, this isn’t Chris Brown and Rihanna’s first time at the collaboration rodeo either — the duo also joined forces on Rihanna’s “Birthday Cake (REMIX)” track, and Rihanna played a role in Chris’ latest, “Turn Up The Music.” Whether you like it or not, eyes akimbo for a Chris and Rihanna reconciliation, y’all.

+ Listen to a preview of Rihanna and Chris Brown’s collaboration, “Nobodies Business,” and watch a sneak peek of Rihanna’s “Diamonds” video, which officially premieres TONIGHT, Nov. 8, at 6:55 p.m. ET on MTV (with MTV.com to follow).

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