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Chris Brown Shares Snippet of 'New Flame' Ft. Usher and Rick Ross

June 27, 2014 (5:43 am) GMT
The collaboration is expected to be featured in Breezy's new album, 'X', which was delayed due to his recent incarceration.

took to Instagram on Thursday, June 26 to share a snippet of his new track called "New Flame". According to what looks like the cover art, the song will feature guest vocals from R&B star and rapper .

In the short preview, Breezy can be heard singing, "You gon' be my baby, love me, love you crazy/ Tell me if you with it, baby come and get it/ Try a new thing, and let's spark a new flame." Fans who want to listen to Usher and Rozay's part will likely have to wait until the full version comes.

"New Flame" is expected to be featured in Brown's oft-delayed new album, "". Originally slated to be released earlier this year, the LP was pushed back indefinitely due to the singer's recent incarceration.

Following his release from jail earlier this month, Brown has been working hard on his music. He's recently spotted hitting the studio with a number of musicians, including , , RoccStar and .

The "Loyal" hitmaker will also make a guest appearance in Usher's upcoming album. In an interview on Revolt Live last month, Usher said, "The song that we did together, I think it answers a lot of questions." The 35-year-old star's untitled studio effort is scheduled to come out this fall.



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