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Rihanna Dropping a New Album?

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By the looks of it, it seems like Rihanna is gearing up to drop another new album. Ever since she uploaded a silent video of herself dancing in a studio, fans have been caught up in widespread panic. Apparently, everybody believes that she was listening to a latest track off her upcoming ninth studio album. Considering that the singer and now beaut mogul has been pretty occupied with her recent makeup and lingerie line, fans are terribly excited for some music to drop out. And really, this has been teased for over a year now. Hopefully if speculations are true, there will be a new single out before New Years.

Is Rihanna Working on Something?

Rihanna sparked some major excitement in fans with her recent Instagram stories. She was in a studio dancing to some music. But the video was purposefully muted to not give away any of the songs. But ever since it came out, fans started speculating if Rihanna was listening to a new track off her upcoming ninth studio album.

From the very start of the summer, Rihanna has been teasing the follow-up to her critically acclaimed album ANTI. She told fans online that the new album was coming out in April. Back in May, Chioma Nnandi at Vogue revealed that Rihanna’s  album would be a reggae one inspired by Bob Marley. In June, the singer once confirmed that she was in the studio. And in July, it came out that she had almost 500 records for the latest album. It was also shared that Rihanna might be considering release a pop album as well.

This latest silent clip is the new update on the upcoming album. With this, fans are delightfully hoping that another single is out by the time 2018 ends. But will Rihanna disappoint?

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