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Rick Ross and Usher Promise to "Lick the Nipple," Release New Track "Touch N You"

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Ricky Rozay is back and sexier than ever.

Seems like all that baby talk with Rihanna has got his mind in the gutter. 'Cause his new single from upcoming album God Forgives, I Don't is a bedroom anthem for the ladies.

It features a bump-n-grind chorus from the always tantalizing Usher. Plus, some supersuggestive lyrics, as the Boss explains how he does his lady right.

He promises to "lick the nipple. And obviously, when you're a don, you have to come correct with pink champagne too. But you're not a 100-percent gooey love-drunk sap ... So you also gotta flip that bitch on her back like a 9 piece.

This is the first single from the upcoming album, but Ross told Rap Up not to get too comfy with the sexy sound.

"It's a real lyrical album. It's a real street album," he told the blog. "But I wanted to most definitely let all the sexy ladies know that I got something for ya'll. I'ma take care of ya'll. That's what the Usher record is."

We believe you Rozay, you're way hard. Now get back to lickin'.

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