By John Young
Updated March 10, 2009 at 12:00 PM EDT

More details are emerging regarding Chris Brown and Rihanna’s recent recording sessions, according to TMZ. The celebrity site says that music producer Polow da Don encouraged Brown and Rihanna to record a love duet as soon as possible to capitalize on the young musicians’ “heightened emotions.” The song was originally written to be performed by just Rihanna, but Polow da Don felt the track would work even better as a duet. The song is reportedly about a couple overcoming challenges, and TMZ’s source says that the recording sessions were “very emotional” and that “the feeling in the room was pure love.” E! Online first reported on the duet this morning. Both Brown’s and Rihanna’s management companies had no comment for EW.