Chris Brown and Prince Royce have a new "bachata"-style collaboration in the works.

Chris Brown & Prince Royce ‘Bachata’ Collab Coming Soon? New Teaser Leaks Online

Chris Brown may be busy recording for his upcoming eighth studio album, but it looks like Breezy has also been hard at work developing a new sound for eager fans. According to recent rumors, Chris Brown has reportedly teamed up with Prince Royce for a “bachata”-style collaboration that will appear on the singer’s soon-to-be-released album, Five, which drops later this month on February 24.

Chris Brown and Prince Royce's new collaboration, "Just As I Am," to drop on February 24.
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Rumors of a bachata-inspired track by Chris Brown first emerged in November after a snippet of a song titled, “Just As I Am,” began making the rounds on Twitter, prompting fans to speculate over whether or not the track would appear on Chris’ upcoming album, Heartbreak on a Full Moon.

While Brown neglected to comment on whether or not the song would appear as a track on his project, it appears that Prince Royce has confirmed that Chris Brown will, in fact, appear as a feature on Five for their collaborative new song, “Just As I Am.”

Prince Royce confirms Chris Brown will be featured on his new album, "Five."
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According to a Chris Brown-dedicated fan page, Prince Royce was seen liking an Instagram post that hints at a bachata-style record between himself, Brown and Spiff TV, seemingly confirming ongoing rumors suggesting that Royce and Breezy’s collaborative track had made the cut for Royce’s Five album.

The rumors appeared to be further confirmed after Prince Royce tweeted out an official iTunes link for fans to pre-order his upcoming album, which is set for an official release on February 24, that shows both Spiff TV and Chris Brown as features for the track, “Just As I Am.”

Currently, there’s no word regarding whether or not Royce and Brown’s “Just As I Am” bachata track will serve as a single off of Prince Royce’s new album, however, it appears that fans are more than eager to get their hands on the full version of the song upon its release later this month.

In addition to Chris Brown, Prince Royce’s star-studded album also features collaborations with artists such as Zendaya, Shakira, Gerardo Ortiz, and Farruko, to name a few.

The news comes just days after Chris Brown announced via social media that he was in the process of building a studio at his home in Tarzana, California, taking to Instagram to show off the work that had been completed thus-far on the exciting project, Hot New Hip Hop reports.

While Breezy has since deleted the video, the singer hasn’t been shy about his work thus far on his upcoming eighth studio album, Heartbreak on a Full Moon, as Brown has been frequently teasing new music snippets and fueling collaboration rumors with several artists over the past few months.

Last week, Chris Brown was seen hanging out with rapper French Montana at his Tarzana home just days before making the announcement about his new home studio project, in addition to igniting rumors suggesting that he may be helping to produce a song for ex-girlfriend Rihanna after the duo was spotted at the same NYC recording studio last month.

In January, Chris Brown continued to tease fans with snippets of songs that are rumored to appear on Heartbreak on a Full Moon via brief, 30-second Instagram video uploads, this time confirming that a track titled “Sirens” is in the works for an upcoming project.

Sirens! I make my own type of music!

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While Chris Brown has yet to offer a tentative release date for his new album, in addition to remaining tight-lipped regarding the arrival of his Welcome to My Life documentary that was teased last year, it looks like Breezy has no shortage of new music on the way for eager fans.

What do you think of the “Just As I Am” snippet for Chris Brown and Prince Royce’s bachata-inspired song?

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