Rihanna Says Fans ‘Aren’t Going to Be Disappointed’ with New Music: ‘It’s Going to Be Worth It’



"I'm 10 years older, I'm 15 years older. I thought that was just a few years ago, now it's like a decade-plus," she told ET. "THAT is what I think about! But I'm also really grateful to still be here and being able to expand into other ventures. I'm grateful. It's been fun and I can't even complain."

Earlier this year, Rihanna appeared on a new song for Canadian singer PartyNextDoor's album, PARTYMOBILE. She was featured on the track “Believe It."

The song was Rihanna’s first musical work since the release of her eighth studio album, Anti, in 2016.

Since Anti, the singer has hinted at dropping new music, teasing in a cover story for Vogue's November issue that it will have a reggae flavor. “I like to look at it as a reggae-inspired or reggae-infused album,” Rihanna said. “It’s not gonna be typical of what you know as reggae. But you’re going to feel the elements in all of the tracks.”

She then confirmed in February that she was working on new music, hinting at a potential collaboration with The Neptunes, a production team that includes Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo.

However, in April, Rihanna warned fans that the production of her ninth album was on hold as she is "trying to save the world" amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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