It seems that Rihanna is hooked with doing collaboration. After recently teaming up with Maroon 5, the singer plans another duet. Reports said that the "Umbrella" singer will be recording a track with her rumored boyfriend, Chris Brown.
The news surfaces after a source told Star! Magazine that Rihanna and Chris will record a song together with the help of her mentor Jay-Z. "Rihanna is impressed with Chris' voice. It was a natural step for her to say, 'Let's do a duet. She's asking Jay-Z to look around for a beat for the two of them, something sexy and snazzy," the source said.
Previously the "Umbrella" singer has collaborated with Maroon recording a remake track of the band titled "If I Never See Your Face Again" which has been released through radio stations on May 13. The single will be included in both Rihanna and Maroon's upcoming re-released albums.
Beside adding "If I Never See Your Face Again", the R 'n' B singer's repackaged LP "Good Girl Gone Bad: Reloaded" will also feature three other new songs "Take A Bow", "Hatin' On The Club" and "Disturbia". The set itself will be outed on June 17 via Def Jam Records.