Working in the same recording company, Chris Brown contributes on Britney Spears' comeback album by writing some new materials for her.
Chris Brown, who is signed to Jive/Zomba Records, is reportedly involved at the recording process of Britney Spears' upcoming album by writing new materials for the singer who has just brought home three prizes at 2008 MTV Video Music Awards. "I actually wrote a couple songs for her now," Chris says in a statement.
Speaking of the project, the singer who fails to win Video of the Year at the MTV annual show but nods to Best Male Video, states that the songs are still far from the final touch. "We're on the same label, so all the executives heard the records and they love the records, so hopefully she'll cut it," he explains. "But if she doesn't, oh well, we'll go back in the studio and still do some more records for her."
Furthermore, Chris has also been requested to collaborate with Ludacris in first single "What Them Girls Like" from Ludacris' sixth major studio effort "Theater of the Mind", which comes out on October 21. Meanwhile, for his next year-released record, the "With You" singer chooses to team up with rumored girlfriend Rihanna in single "Electric Guitar".