Rihanna‘s sources let Us Weekly in on a bit of secret: her ninth studio album is full. It’s been three years since RiRi dropped her earlier Anti LP, which featured hit songs like “Work” with Drake, “Kiss It Better,” “Needed Me” and “Love on the Brain.”
The upcoming album seems to discover the Barbadian artist’s dancehall roots, having sifted by means of 500 tracks from varied producers seeking to nab publishing credit with the pop icon. Out of the 500 songs, solely 10 will make it to the lengthy play. An unnamed supply instructed Rolling Stone, “They’ve [Rihanna’s team] been having writing camps and attempting to maintain them quiet for nearly a yr and a half now. I’ve been flying to Miami, flying to L.A., chopping data nonstop for this challenge.”
Three years is a very long time between album; nonetheless, when the scope is to discover roots and ship a challenge meant to thrust dancehall again into the favored sphere, it’s definitely worth the wait.
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