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"Nobodies Business," the new collaboration between ex-couple Rihanna and Chris Brown, has surfaced online, ahead of the release of Rih's new studio album "Unapologetic." Although the track is not the first song recorded by the pair since their infamous altercation in 2009 -- this year's "Birthday Cake (Remix)" was their first stab at creating musical controversy together -- the song is their most straightforward attempt at defending their stylistic and personal decisions against all naysayers.
"Always be my boy/I'll always be your girl," Rihanna sings at the start of the song, before the beat kicks in and Breezy's vocals arrive. With the pair frequently repeating the song's title, Rihanna and Chris Brown (who have recently appeared in public together but attest that they are not a couple) shut out the public perspective from their relationship in the joyous R&B track.
Now that the song has finally hit the Web, what's your take on "Nobodies Business"? Is the collaboration a fantastic swipe at unfair judgment, or an unfortunate collaboration that is impossible to enjoy? And how does it stack up to "Birthday Cake (Remix)"? Vote now in our "Nobodies Business" poll below, and speak your mind in the comments section.