Rihanna says the long-awaited new music is coming “soon soon” as the wait for her ninth album continues.
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The pop star’s latest album came in the form of “Anti,” which was released in 2016. Since then, she has teased the new music a lot, recently calling it “completely different” from her older work.
After remaining relatively silent on her next track for most of 2021, Rihanna was asked when we can expect some new paparazzi music as she exits a cab.
“New music? Anything? ”Someone asked Rihanna in a clip (see below), to which she simply replied,“ Soon soon soon. ”
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Rihanna responds to the paparazzi by asking if she has any new music coming up:
“Soon, soon, soon.” https://t.co/K5IaISXm94
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Tease her next material in September in an interview with Associated press Regarding her latest Savage X Fenty show, Rihanna said, “You aren’t going to expect what you hear, just put it in your mind. Whatever you know about Rihanna, it won’t be what you hear. hear.
“I’m really experimenting, and music is like fashion, you should be able to play, I should be able to wear whatever I want and I treat music the same. So, I’m having fun, and it’s going to be completely different.
Rihanna released “Anti” in 2016. NME gave the record three stars upon its release, calling it “an album to be taken seriously as an artist without challenge and which reveals new charms every time you turn it”.
“It’s not quite the revealing start we might have hoped for, and has the rich but hazy feel of something you’ve worked on maybe too long with obsessive fervor, but it’s also subtle and interesting; an intriguing soundtrack in an era of change.
Last month, Rihanna was honored as Barbados’ National Hero as her home country celebrated its transformation into a republic.
President-elect Sandra Mason has become head of state after the country announced last year that it would end its ties with the British monarchy.
Rihanna also recently unveiled limited-edition vinyl re-releases for her eight studio albums as part of a new series dubbed “Rih-issue.”