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Ariana Grande and Chris Brown's Collab May Be Called 'Don't Be Gone Too Long'

March 4, 2014 (7:50 am) GMT
Breezy's celebrity barber shares an Instagram photo featuring the supposed title of the anticipated project which has been teased by the two stars since February.

It has been reported that is readying a new song with . Some new details about the collaboration recently emerged as Brown's celebrity barber posted a photo revealing that the track would probably be called "Don't Be Gone Too Long".

Grande and Brown first teased their collaboration by tweeting what might be the lyrics of their new project. The Nickelodeon star, who released her debut album "" last summer, then revealed to her fans that a new song that they hadn't heard would arrive later this month.

Last week, both Grande and Brown posted the same Instagram picture which was apparently taken during the rehearsal for the music video. In the black-and-white photo, the 20-year-old starlet is seen dancing with shirtless Breezy as they look into each other's eyes.

The forthcoming visuals is reportedly directed by Joseph Labisi, who has previously helmed 's "Replay" and 's "Stupid Love" clips.

"Don't Be Gone Too Long" will likely appear in Brown's highly-anticipated album "", which is now expected to hit the stores on May 5.



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