Chris Brown, the American musician, has put out his highly anticipated single titled ‘Call Me Every Day’.
The songwriter announced the release of the project featuring Wizkid, the Nigerian singer, in the early hours of Friday.
Chris Brown has been teasing the project for the past few days.
The less than three-minute track opens with Wizkid crooning about his desire to love and spend his money on a perceived lover if she makes her mind up while Chris Brown shows off his vocal prowess with captivating lyrics.
“Come Rewind, Oh/ Girl, I got the money if you make your mind up/ give you loving every night, fi make you model/ now only you give me love and make me nicer, nicer, nicer/ Haffi make you mine now/ Girl, I love you, plus I’ll never make you minus/ If I let you smoke, is you gone lose my lighter?” the duo sing.
This isn’t their first collaboration.
In 2017, Wizkid enlisted the help of Chris Brown for ‘African Bad Gyal’, a track off ‘Sounds From The Other Side’ album.
Chris Brown recently fixed June 24 as the release date for his forthcoming album, ‘Breezy’.
‘Breezy’ is coming on the back of ‘Indigo,’ Chris Brown’s 2019 album which featured ‘No Guidance,’ his Grammy-nominated single with Drake.
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