Chris Brown & Rihanna Reunite For 2 Songs! Listen To Both Now!

It was an eventful day for Rihanna today.  She celebrated her birthday and released not just 1 song with Chris Brown, but 2 songs.

"Turn Up The Music" is the latest one from Chris Brown and features Rihanna on it and her singing "I love you baby" in the track.

Chris Brown goes further on her "Birthday Cake" Remix.  To hear the remix to the other song and see the lyrics, click the continue reading button below.

Even though the song says it is not even her birthday, it actually is. The "Birthday Cake" remix is crazy.

Chris Brown:
"Girl, I wanna f*ck you right now.
Been a long time. I been missin your body.
Lemme lemme turn the lights down.
When I, when I go down it’s a private party

Ooh ooh, it’s not even her birthday,
but I wanna lick the icing off.
Give it to her in the worst way.
Can’t wait to blow her candles off.”

"Remember how you did it, remember how you did it

If you still wanna kiss it, come come and get it

Put a candle on my muthaf-ckin back, baby blow it..

Daddy make a wish, put this cake in your face.."

She sounds like Nicki Minaj on some of the track.  I am sure the general public cannot believe after what happened between the two that they are recording with each other.

Although rumors are running wild, the former couple are not back together.

What do you think of the songs and that they are working together?-DocFB

Comments (17)
  1. @Levi:
    I’m not saying the abuse was a stunt, but I think that the aftermath was a stunt to get her more fame. Chris Brown is a low-life who needs to fall on something sharp real soon, but Rihanna’s not much better. If this abuse hadn’t happened so publicly and garnered such public sympathy, I’m QUITE certain she wouldn’t be as big as she is now, considering she can’t sing or dance. All she does is do raunchy songs/videos about S&M and drugs, which puzzles me because I know I wouldn’t be doing that after being abused. You’re honestly telling me, you don’t remember how “magically” she gained a ton of publicity for her album–and new bad-girl image–which came out right after that scandal, despite having previously been a fairly innocuous dance-hall singer who sang songs like “Pon De Replay”? Ok.

    I smell a rat here, and I’m not too keen on “Breezy” and “Ri-Ri” making a mockery of the crime that is battery. It’s like they’re saying it’s ok. Which, it’s so not.

    And to and see people calling them Ike & Tina is ridiculous, because once Tina left, she left for good. She was strong enough to care about her own health and safety. As far as I can see, Rihanna and Chris never really stopped being together.

    It’s all about that fame and money for these two. They’re nothing more than skin deep. 🙁

  2. brilliant career move. Cha – Ching $$$$. They r laughing all the way to the bank baby…gotta love the business of music

  3. 🙁

  4. don’t you just love the power of forgiveness

  5. I definitely don’t know them personally, but I feel like they have a bond that will never be broken. They still made the songs

  6. more like Ike and Tina

  7. No hate just no respect 4 either. Any woman that stays with a man that almost kills her has no respect for her self.

  8. ok so how likely is it that Chris and Rihanna will get back together????

  9. Do you think they’re going to call Ri & Chris the “new Bobby and Whitney”?

  10. Wow! Really Rihanna? You remember your face after one of your last encounters with him? I do!

  11. Am so confused. Really???

  12. Wow. She is asking for trouble.

  13. Once an abuser, always an abuser. NI don’t see how she has any self-respect. It’s unfortunate. 🙁

  14. Sorry Doc but i’ve now lost all respect for Rihanna.

  15. Ariana, are you seriously suggesting that the abuse Rihanna received from Chris brown was a publicity stunt? I’m disturbed by that.

    Other than that, I like Rihanna as a person, as far as her music goes? It’s boo boo. Chris Brown should disappear and never come back. I honestly don’t care though. Both of these songs do nothing for me. Blah -_-

  16. I don’t really care if they’re working together since I think their relationship (and the subsequent drama) was a publicity stunt. On the music front, I’m not really a fan of either song. They’re too repetitive and sound like everything else that’s already out. I guess using birthday cake as a sexual metaphor is inspired, but the delivery of it sucks.


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