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Rihanna and Chris: Nobody's Business

2012-11-07 09:03
 
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Los Angeles - Chris Brown features on Rihanna's Unapologetic album.

On Tuesday the singer posted a photo to her Twitter account, revealing the titles of the tracks on her upcoming seventh album.

The list includes a track titled Nobody's Business which is thought to be a duet with her on/off boyfriend.

The pair originally split up in 2009 after Chris assaulted Rihanna but they have recently been spotted out together and photographed looking close, sparking rumours they are a couple again.

Unapologetic, which will be released on 19 November, will also feature a collaboration with rapper Eminem titled Numb and a track written by Scottish singer-songwriter Emeli Sande.

Rihanna has also recently announced details of her 777 tour to promote the release of Unapologetic, performing seven shows over seven days.

The tour will kick off in London on 14 November before travelling on a Boeing 777 jet to Paris, Toronto, Berlin, Los Angeles, Stockholm and finishing in New York.

The plane will include members of her fan club and 150 journalists.

Unapologetic tracklisting:

Fresh Off The Runway
Diamonds
Numb (Feat. Eminem)
Pour It Up
Loveeeeeee Song (Feat. Future)
Jump
Right Now
What Now
Stay (Feat. Mikky Ekko)
Nobody's Business (Feat. Chris Brown)
Love Without Tragedy / Mother Mary
Get It Over With
No Love Allowed
Lost In Paradise
Half Of Me (Bonus track)

- BangShowBiz

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