R&B group SWV hasn't released an album in over a decade but the trio showed love to the new school, jumping on Chris Bown's 'She Ain't You' remix. The track, which samples SWV's single 'Right Here,' and originally samples from Michael Jackson's 'Human Nature,' finds the singers performing with the same chemistry that shot them to fame in the early '90s.

Cheryl "Coco" Clemons, Tamara "Taj" Johnson-George and Leanne "Lelee" Lyons offer the female perspective to Brown's vocals as he croons over his lost love. "You make it hard for me to see somebody else/ I'm calling her your name/ Yeah it's messed up, 'cause I'm thinking about you/ I never wanted us to break-up/ No not this way, but you don't understand it." he sings.

"No I don't, because when you had me you didn't know how to treat me," sings Coco. "You thought my love would be right here / And that's why I said, what you told me/ That I was the only one for you/ Now look what you make me go through, I'm so confused."

Not long after the song hit the 'Net fans flooded the group's Twitter page asking if they would be making an appearance alongside Brown during his performance on this year's BET Awards. Although the details behind his set have yet to be released, BET has been known to pair both old and new school artists during the awards ceremony.

SWV's 'Right Here,' released in 1992, spent 54 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 charts, which is one of the longest runs for a single in the chart's history. They are currently touring and prepping the release of their fourth album, 'It's About Time: All Over Again,' a follow up to their 1992 debut.

Listen to Chris Brown's 'She Ain't You' Remix