John Legend taps down south rapper Ludacris for his new song, 'Tonight (Best You Ever Had),' which lands on the upcoming film soundtrack for 'Think Like a Man,' starring Chris Brown. The track from the 33-year-old soul crooner, who's releasing a new album in the months to come, dropped Wednesday (Jan. 25).

On the song, which opens up with Legend cooing over a minimal drum pattern, the Ohio native flirts with a woman who's caught his corporal desires. "Ain't this what you came for/ Don't you wish you came more/ Girl what you playin' for/ Come on, come on let me kiss that/ Ooh I know you miss that/ What' wrong, let me fix that/ Twist that," he sings as the beat progresses into a finger-snapping tune.

The G.O.O.D. Music signee opts to lose control with his lady and delivers a sentiment that would either throw her into a frenzy or a fit. "I don't want to brag but I'll be the best you ever had." Ludacris adds a verse, serving up comedic lines like "'cause seven days a week you're my five-course meal."

The singer's fourth studio album, currently untitled, is set to debut in Spring 2012, and will feature production from Kanye West, Bink and Paul Epworth, and co-writing credits from Dan Wilson, according to Billboard.com.

Producer Dave Tozer, whose worked with Legend on his first LP, 'Get Lifted' -- songs like 'I Can Change' and 'Stay With You' -- and his last solo album, 2008's 'Evolver,' revealed what listeners can expect from the new project. "Thematically, it's a little darker and less resolved in terms of asking a lot of questions and not having answers," Tozer explained. "The overall sound is much darker on a lot of it, too.."

Songs 'On Fire,' 'She Did It All,' 'Hello My Heart,' 'Star' and 'Gotta Getter Back' are all set to appear on the forthcoming LP.

Listen to John Legend's 'Tonight (Best You Ever Had)' Feat. Ludacris

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