Despite a year of difficult career speed bumps, including his postponed U.K. promotional tour and the controversy surrounding his Michael Jackson tribute performance at the BET Awards, Chris Brown remains optimistic about getting through the rough times. His latest career move is his remix of [artist id="3055069"]Nicki Minaj's[/artist] hit single "Your Love," which the singer posted on Twitter and informed fans that something special may be heading their way.
"i just smashed this beat!!! UR LOVE REMIX DONE!!! for the ladies," he tweeted early Wednesday (August 4).
On the cover, Brown sings an ode to his female interest as he belts over the song's Annie Lennox sample and hip-hop backbeats. "Shorty, I'mma tell you this once/ Girl need it (tonight)/ When I do it to you home and do it right, please believe it/ All night long, baby right now/ When you lay in my arms," he sings during the chorus. Showing off his versatility, Breezy becomes more aggressive during the song's second verse both vocally and lyrically as he explicitly raps, "Yeah, let me step up to the plate now/ Big kids in the room, no playground/ I wanna kiss everything from the waist down/ Keep ya ass up and your face down."
And it wouldn't be right if Brown didn't name-drop Minaj in the mix that praises a woman in and out of bed. "We can role-play, girl, give it to me now/ I'm giving you a massage/ A booty like Nicki Minaj/ Oh gosh," he croons.
Hours after Brown posted his remix, Nicki seemed satisfied with four different remixes of her song as she urged DJs to start spinning. "Ok DJ's!!! 4 remixes to 'your love' by @rickyrozay, @duttypaul, @chrisbrown and @jaysean and they're ALL DOPE! Play them! :-) #pinkfriday," she said of her song, which currently holds the #1 spot on the Billboard Rap Songs chart.
Aside from posting his cover of Minaj's song, the singer also asked fans if they wanted another Breezy mixtape. "do yall want an "IN MY ZONE 2"!!! just a thought #inmyzone2," he tweeted.
While another mixtape isn't certain at this point, Brown assured fans that the follow-up to last year's Graffiti is in the works. "My new album will come next year or sooner but in the meantime i might 'I MIGHT' do something special for yall again!!!" he teased.
Back in June, Drake said that he and Brown hit the studio together shortly after attending the 2010 BET Awards. It is unknown what, if anything, the duo cooked up, but the Young Money rapper revealed that he wanted to collaborate with others as his project was finished. "I was studio hopping, seeing where I could lend my hand to whoever's project since I've done mine," Drake said.
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