Chris Brown borrowed heavily from Keith Sweat's 1996 hit "Nobody" on the song "Who's Gonna (Nobody)," so it only seems right that Brown would team up with Sweat for a remix of the track.

This new version is not drastically different from the original as it employs the same production and most of Chris Brown's vocals remain in tact. The big difference here is Brown's opening verse has been removed and replaced with a lengthy one by Keith Sweat. Sweat takes over the track as he captures the mood of the song very well.

"Baby I love it when you break it, break it down like that/Then I smack it and you bring it on back/My love is getting ready/C'mon, call me right steady tonight/Baby yeah yeah yeah, do it just the way that I like/Baby, baby your love is good to me/Whatchu want? I got it, come and get it," Keith Sweat sing."

The original version of "Who's Gonna (Nobody)" appears on Chris Brown's latest album Royalty, which dropped last December. Brown's studio LP debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard charts after it moved 184,000 units in its first week. The album clearly has some staying power too as it came in at No. 8 on the Billboard 200 chart just two weeks ago.

Outside of the music, Chris Brown finds himself in another controversy involving violence with a woman. Brown was accused of punching a woman at Las Vegas nightclub on New Year's Eve. Brown has denied the accusation and is reportedly suing his accuser for defamation.

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