Yesterday Chris Brown told fans on Twitter that he had something special for them to commemorate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. You probably wouldn't have guessed it would be the remix to his single "Who's Gonna (Nobody)," but the track, which takes a page from Keith Sweat's 1996 classic "Nobody," actually features the R&B OG himself on the remix. Unlike the original, the refix gets a sultrier layer and Keith supplies the intro verse to get you ready for the love fest that follows. "I'm about to let, to let, to let your body down / You can sing as loud as you want / Ain't nobody around but me and you / Who can love you like me, baby?" sings Keith. Chris later follows suit in the chorus and adds his own modern spin by asking "Who's gonna f*** you like Breezy, baby?" Nobody, we're guessing.
While we wish the remix was actually on Royalty, you can get your fix of the track over on Breezy's SoundCloud. We can't say the song was age appropriate for Keith, since it sounds rather young especially with the Auto-Tune rap from Chris towards the end of the track, however we do appreciate the fitting homage to '90s R&B. The 26-year-old singer originally released the song on his new album Royalty, which you can still order from Amazon, iTunes, Google Play or your retailer of choice. Until then, listen to the "Who's Gonna (Nobody)" remix, and let us know if you love this version as much as Chris and Keith want to love on you.