Rihanna arrives at an event. File
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Singer Rihanna shelves her new album – which will be her first one in at least four years when it does come out.
While fans have been eager to hear new music from the artist, she has remained coy about the project and has yet to give a specific release date.
Rihanna told in a new interview released on Monday that she’s very aggressively working on music.
“I don’t want my albums to feel like themes,” she said.
“There are no rules. There’s no format. There’s just good music, and if I feel it, I’m putting it out.”
Asked whether the new release will be a reggae album, Rihanna appeared to confirm that it would be, telling the publication that “that is happening”.
“I feel like I have no boundaries. I’ve done everything – I’ve done all the hits, I’ve tried every genre – now I’m just, I’m wide open. I can make anything that I want,” the singer added.
Anti, her most recent album, came out in January 2016.
Since then, Rihanna has launched her cosmetics brand Fenty Beauty, as well as the lingerie brand Savage X Fenty.
Earlier “Work” singer contributed $5 million to coronavirus relief efforts through her Clara Lionel Foundation (CLF).
Pop star Rihanna has made a $5 million contribution to coronavirus relief efforts through her Clara Lionel Foundation (CLF).
Some tweets of actor Kangana Ranaut were deleted on Thursday by Twitter; scores of widows of farmers staged a noisy protest in Yavatmal to slam the Bollywood actress for her "anti-farmer remarks," hit her effigy with shoes.
Hollywood pop sensation Rihanna on Tuesday extended her support to the ongoing farmers protest in India. Soon after Rihanna's tweet, Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut tweeted calling her a fool and a dummy.
The media reports have surfaced alleging her reactions to the on-going police probe of her husband Kundra and his involvement in a case relating to production and distribution of pornographic films. On Wednesday, a Mumbai court denied bail to Kundra and his associate.
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