Chris Brown and Rihanna Fenty are making music together again, and this time, on a Rihanna release, the song is aptly named "Nobodies Business."
The song is set to be released as part of Fenty's upcoming album, Unapologetic, which is scheduled for a Nov.19 drop.
This is not the first time the two have collaborated together since their infamous clash flooded the internet with photos of a beaten and bruised Fenty, now 24.
The couple rocked airwaves with their raunchy chart-topper, "Birthday Cake," earlier this year, and have been spotted by paparazzi numerous times this year, fueling rumors that the two are back together.
"We love each other and we probably always will," Fenty said in an intimate conversation with Oprah Winfrey.
Fenty sat down and opened up on "Oprah's Next Chapter," talking about her relationship with Brown and said they have "been working on a friendship again" ever since the authorities have dropped the restraining order that kept them apart.
Fans have traveled slowly but steadily down the path of forgiveness with Brown,
even though he has exhibited erratic behavior since the February 2009 fight with the Barbadian songstress the night before the Grammy Awards.
Brown, now 23, was arrested and charged with felony assault for his role in the argument that escalated out of control.
Endorsements with Brown were retracted from the airwaves, and stores pulled the vocalist's material from shelves.
A five-year probation was also ordered, but a judge recently granted the superstar singer-songwriter and choreographer permission to travel outside of the country while completing a European tour.
Aside from Brown, Rihanna disclosed on her Twitter account that her album also lists tracks with artists such as Future and rap veteran Eminem.