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21 November 2012, 12:08 | Updated: 21 November 2012, 12:13
The Bajan star's label hints that the track could be released as the follow up to new US number one 'Diamonds'.
Rihanna and Chris Brown's collaboration on her new album 'Unapologetic' could be set to be released as the album's second single.
The 'We Found Love' singer's Def Jam label have hinted at the possibility of 'Nobody's Business' being the next track to be lifted from the record, calling it a "leading candidate" for the position.
VP of A&R Bu Thiam told Billboard that although the song is on their radar, they are wanting to see what sort of reaction follows the recent release of her new album before deciding upon the next single.
"[We] always takes the approach of putting the record out, getting feedback and letting people decide where to take it from there," he said. "There's a lot of big records on the album, but we want the people to decide what they want to be next."
The track caused controversy and new speculation about the couple's relationship when it leaked online this month.
The song sees the 'Talk That Talk' singer singing: "Always be my boy, I'll always be your girl," with the R&B repeating the line during his section of the track.
Meanwhile, Rihanna's first single release from the album, 'Diamonds' has been named as the new number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, ending Maroon 5's nine-week run at the summit of the chart.
She also wrapped her '777' world tour in New York last night after flying across seven countries and performing seven shows in promotion of her latest record.