Should've Kissed You


  • Chris Brown's fifth single from his fourth studio album, F.A.M.E. finds him singing about his failed attempts to kiss a girl. Breezy penned the ballad with Brian Kennedy and T-Wiz. American songwriter and record producer Brian Kennedy's previous credits for Brown include his hit single "Forever." Kennedy also produced Rihanna's chart-topper "Disturbia," which was co-written by Brown.
    Antwoine "T-Wiz" Collins's breakthrough came when Ciara decided she wanted to work with up-and-coming producers on her 2006 The Evolution album, and she drafted in T-Wiz to work with Kennedy on the track "My Love." His other credits include Cheryl Cole's UK hit single "The Flood."


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