Brandy is coming back with a banger. After reuniting with Monica on their duet “It All Belongs to Me,” the R&B singer has enlisted Chris Brown for the first single off her upcoming album.
“Put It Down,” which will appear on Brandy’s RCA/Chameleon Records debut Two Eleven, is set to premiere this month. Breezy raps on the song, which was produced by Bangladesh and written by Sean Garrett.
“It’s uptempo, it’s really different,” Brandy told True Exclusives, while also sharing her experience in the studio with the “Deuces” singer.
“The session was amazing,” she said. “I just think his artist Se7en is so talented and she gets me and Chris gets me. To work with people that love you and love your craft and what you do, I think it makes the song even better and the experience even better.”
Garrett previously spoke to Rap-Up.com about the track. “It’s definitely something you have never heard—you probably haven’t heard Brandy over a track like this,” he said. “It’s very commercial, but at the same time, it’s got a dope hip-hop influence—it’s club, it’s radio, it’s all formats.”
Brandy, who will be featured on VH1’s “Behind the Music” on April 25, has been in the studio with Frank Ocean and Hit-Boy, among others. Two Eleven is due this summer.