Rita Ora Releases "Body on Me" Duet With Chris Brown

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After teasing their upcoming duet on Instagram a couple of weeks ago, Rita Ora has finally released "Body On Me," her sexy duet featuring Chris Brown. As its title suggests, "Body On Me" only serves to intensify the summer's peak levels of steaminess, as the duet partners create lyrically sensual sparks between one another.

Rita opens the track by letting her guy know how she plans to get the romance flowing as she sings, "Baby let's cut down the lights/I just really wanna let this fire burn bright/I'm just tellin' you to have an open mind/Just imagine us/You're taking me there, you're taking me there/Our lips are barely touching/ So do it again, so do it again/We could be on to something."

And with lyrics that are vaguely reminiscent of his 2013 single "Love More," Chris follows up with, "Put you up against the wall/And I'ma go to work 'til you get up/ Baby, soon as you're done we'll go some more/ Girl just imagine us."

Obviously fans of Rita and #TeamBreezy are totally pumped over the sultry, laid-back track. "Body On Me" certainly has the potential to make its way up the charts, not to mention the fact that the song is practically begging for a video.

Sure, Rita's been busy on the big screen with huge roles in Fifty Shades Of Grey and more recently, the Jake Gyllenhaal film Southpaw, but hopefully she and Chris can dedicate some time to blessing us with some visuals to go along with The Monsters and the Strangerz-produced track. "Body On Me" is definitely bringing the heat, but a video will send the temps soaring through the roof.
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