As May 5 approaches -- the release date for Chris Brown's sixth album, 'X' -- a new track titled 'New Flame,' featuring 'Mastermind' creator Rick Ross, debuts.

The mid-tempo track finds the singer sweetly cooing, "Let's walk a new flame." The synthy tune, accompanied by a good amount of vocal layering, gives Brown a chance to sweeten the deal for a girl he meets at a club. "I know you came here with your crew, but I promise you that it feels like it's just us two," he sings.

Ross eventually jumps in with an up to par verse mentioning diamonds, necklaces, being a boss and hitting it once -- using a baseball theme: "Baby, I'm a boss, I'm talking George Steinbrenner / Panamera, Yogi Berra, my two-seater Derek Jeter..."

Despite Chris Brown's personal and professional setbacks -- he's to remain in rehab and was recently diagnosed with bipolar disorder -- it seems the singer has recorded a good amount of material for the new LP. Tracks from the effort leaked late last month pushing the crooner to accuse his former manager of sabotaging him.

There have already been four official singles from 'X' which include, 'Fine China,' 'Don't Think They Know,' 'Love More' and 'Loyal.'

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Listen to Chris Brown's 'New Flame' Feat. Rick Ross