Chloe Bailey is teaming up with Chris Brown for her upcoming single, How Does It Feel.
The songstress, who recently attended Clive Davis’ annual pre-GRAMMY gala, announced their new collab on Instagram with a photo of them sharing an intimate embrace.
Chloe, 24, wore a skintight leather dress as the Say It With Me singer, 33, gently placed his hands upon her waist with his forehead resting on hers.
The new song will be released February 24, several weeks before the release of her debut album In Pieces.
‘2ND PIECE. HOW DOES IT FEEL @chrisbrownofficial. 2/24,’ she captioned the post.
Duet: Chloe Bailey is teaming up with Chris Brown for her upcoming single, How Does It Feel
She also shared a sample of what appeared to be the new song on her Instagram Stories with video of her posing up a storm in a red latex dress.
‘How does it feel?’ she wrote in the video, along with a red heart emoji.
Chloe, who rose to fame as part of a duo with her sister Halle Bailey, will be releasing her first solo album next month.
Chloe gushed about submitting her album as she shared snaps of her working on the project in an Instagram post.
‘i turned in the album!!! been crying tears of joy. 3 years in the making. can’t wait for y’all to hear … SOON!!! #inpieces,’ she captioned the post, shared Wednesday.
The post showed Chloe in the midst of the creative process, from the dance studio to the recording booth.
While Chloe has been busy preparing for the release of her album, last week she found time to attend Clive Davis’ annual pre-GRAMMY gala with her sister Halle.
The sisters complemented each other in matching black gowns that showed off their incredible figures.
Red-y or not! She also shared a sample of what appeared to be the new song on her Instagram Stories with video of her posing up a storm in a red latex dress
Serving looks and tunes: ‘How does it feel?’ she wrote in the video, along with a red heart emoji
Hard at work! Bailey shared snaps of her working on In Pieces, including photos of her in the recording booth
No slowing her down! Chloe beamed with joy as she worked away on her album on a laptop
Chloe cut a glamorous figure in a black dress with a velvet bodice and voluminous ruffled train.
She teamed it with matching long black gloves for a touch of elegance and a pair of dangly silver hoop earrings.
Her brunette tresses were styled in her natural curls and pinned up, with several strands framing her face.
Chloe completed her striking look with a slick of lipgloss, a dusting of pink blush and dramatic black eyeliner.
Halle, 22, looked equally stunning in lacey long-sleeved black dress that barely contained her ample assets.
It boasted cutouts at the sides to show off her svelte waist and flash and extra peek of skin.
The singer added a few extra inches of height to her frame with a pair of black high heels.
Her dark locks were swept up in a neat sophisticated braid to show off her dangly silver earrings.
Halle finished off her ensemble with a full face of glamorous make-up, including lashing of mascara and lipgloss.
Sister act! While Chloe has been busy preparing for the release of her album, last week she found time to attend Clive Davis’ annual pre-GRAMMY gala with her sister Halle
Hitting a fashion high note! Chloe cut a glamorous figure in a black dress with a velvet bodice and voluminous ruffled train
Meanwhile, news of Chris’ new collaboration with Chloe comes after he posted an Instagram story with a love heart and prayer emoji to apparently congratulate Rihanna on her bombshell Super Bowl performance.
The pair famously dated over a decade ago, but their relationship hit rocks after it was revealed Brown assaulted her in 2009 and left her ‘spitting blood’.
He admitted to beating Rihanna ahead of her scheduled performance at that year’s Grammys and pleaded guilty to felony assault.
But despite their past, Chris has often shown public affection and support for Rihanna – who stole the halftime show in Arizona on Sunday night.
Chris posted a story on his social media – simply writing ‘Go girl’ with a red heart and prayer emoji.
Eagle-eyed fans were quick to notice that he may have used the red emoji to represent Rihanna’s stellar scarlet ensemble.