Chris Brown Wants Good Loving, Touching & 'Privacy' on New Song

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Chris Brown’s is taking the rated-freaky route with his latest single, “Privacy.” Soaked in the joys of sex and lust, we find Breezy locked under the spell of good loving.

Released Friday (March 24), the track is rooted with production by D.A. Doman with Brown singing of a lady’s special presence. “I’ma slow it down, ’cause ain’t no speed limit/When we’re moving at the speed of sound/We gon’ turn all the way up when the lights down/Why your pussy so damn good, miss lady?/Go and put that booty up, baby, one on one/You know I’ma go crazy when your legs in the air”

Well, well. The song is also an interpolation of the 90’s reggae jam “Tight Up Skirt.” “Ayy you, girl, with the tight up skirt/Get that ass in the bed, I’ma lock the door/Shake that ass like boom shakalaka, boom shakalaka (boom, boom)/We don’t need nobody watching us (yikes!)” “Privacy” will be featured on Breezy’s upcoming album, Heartbreak On A Full Moon.

Listen and turn down the lights down below.

This article was originally published by Vibe.


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