Rihanna and Chris Brown's 'Nobody's Business' Duet Leaks Online

Sure-to-be-controversial song features defiant hook

Rihanna and Chris Brown
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November 15, 2012 5:25 PM ET

"You'll always be mine, sing it to the world/ You'll always my boy, I'll always be your girl." So goes the opening line to Rihanna and Chris Brown's latest, sure-to-be-controversial collaboration, "Nobody's Business." The track leaked today and you can now hear it on B. Scott.

The bouncing, funky cut is set to appear on Rihanna's upcoming record, Unapologetic. It finds Brown and Rihanna trading amorous dedications, including "Let's make out in this Lexus/ There's no other love like this" and "You'll always be the one that I want to come home to, girl/ Boy, let me love you, I'll show you how special you are."

The track's refrain is unsurprisingly defiant: "It ain't nobody's business/ No it ain't nobody's business/ Just mine and my baby."

Unapologetic hits stores on November 19th. Be sure to keep up with our ongoing tour diary as Rihanna embarks on her ambitious "777" tour.

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