Multitalented superstar Chris Brown has sung with some successful music artists throughout his career, but there's one person he has yet to partner with. When Million Dollaz Worth of Game podcast host Wallo asked the singer who in the industry he'd wish to collab with, he mentioned Beyoncé.
"Honestly, realistically -- I probably said it once before but probably Beyoncé," Brown said. "Only because of what that would look like." The singer detailed his plans for the potential "dope song" with a matching music video of the two dancing together.
Brown said his hopeful partnership with Queen Bey would be "like a check off my to-do list." And of course he'd never turn down the opportunity, the two popular singers simply need to make it happen.
Wallo, like some fans who left comments on Instagram, says he didn't realize the duo had never officially teamed up before. Back in 2015, a remix to her hit song "Jealous" surfaced online, which features Brown's vocals. According to Billboard at the time of the song's release, Brown tweeted about the mashup, saying he "did the jealous remix some months ago for the Beyoncé collaboration album but it was never used."
Brown is gearing up to drop his forthcoming 10th studio album, Breezy, on June 24, while Beyoncé has been prepping fans for Renaissance, her first solo studio album since Lemonade in 2016.
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