"Love The Way You Lie" is getting a sequel, according to a new report.
The song allegedly continues with the theme of abuse, but is told from a woman's perspective, with lyrics reportedly including, "Even angels have their wing cut schemes, and you take that to new extremes, but you will always be my hero, even though you lost your mind," according to the site.
The track was reportedly produced by the UK's Alex da Kid – the hip-hop mastermind behind the original "Love The Way You Lie" track, which was featured on Eminem's 2010 album, "Recovery."
As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, Rihanna told Access back in July that despite her once-volatile relationship with ex-boyfriend Chris Brown, she did not shy away from the chance to be part of the emotionally-charged song.
"The lyrics were so deep, so beautiful and intense. It's something that I understood, something I connected with," Rihanna previously told Access. "I knew if [Eminem] sent me a record there must be something to it. It couldn't just be, 'Oh, Duh! She was in that relationship so we have to get her.'"
Rihanna's highly anticipated new album, "Loud," will hit stores on November 16.
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