After finishing recording a collaboration with Maroon 5, the R 'n' B singer plans to make a duet with the "Kiss Kiss" singer.
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.