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Chris Brown Writing Songs for Jonas Brothers

December 13, 2008 (3:41 am) GMT
Instead of rushing his own studio album, Chris Brown has been busy writing songs for Jonas Brothers, Rihanna, Backstreet Boys and The Pussycat Dolls.

Apart from his recording project for next album, has written new songs for . To Billboard, he revealed that he "did a couple of songs for the Jonas Brothers, but don't know if they took any of them."

Beside crafting songs for the Jonas boys, Chris also says that he is writing several singles for . "I actually have a couple of songs written already that would be dope collaborations between me and her," he stated. "And I'm writing for her new album now."

As if wanting to throw himself deeper into the songwriting booth, Chris continues naming stars he is penning songs for. "And I did a couple of songs with the and . I've also been writing songs for several new girl groups who are coming out," so he claimed.

Furthermore, Chris shares that his collaboration with country music singer on single "Human" is "incredible" and he "wanted to do something more along the country line". He said, "That's a bigger and different audience for me. I also did a song with the Japanese group called the Teriyaki Boyz out of Pharrell's [] camp."

When asked about his own project, Chris states that he plots to "go away for a little while." He laughingly explained, "[so that] people won't get tired of me. After that I'll come back and give them some bangers."

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