The Fenty Beauty empress is mapping out a return to her music kingdom. On Friday evening (Nov. 9), Rihanna posted a video of her jamming out in a studio to what’s suspected to be new music. But no matter how frantically fans increased the volume on their tech devices, no sound blared through.
What’s assumed to be a tease on the Bajan artist’s part, the soundless post ignited fans’ anticipation for her ninth studio album. The project will be rooted in dancehall and reggae melodies, according to a July report by Rolling Stone. From the minds of producers and songwriters, the “No Love Allowed” singer amassed 500 records.
An unidentified producer revealed the award-winning artist’s camp might only select “10 records. They’ve been having writing camps and trying to keep them quiet for almost a year and a half now.” In 2016, Rihanna released her eighth studio album, ANTI, which immediately turned platinum less than 24 hours after its debut.
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While Rihanna is pressing the gas on putting out fresh tunes, she had to put the brakes on the use of one of her hit singles at a Donald Trump rally. Earlier this week, Rih’s team sent a cease-and-desist letter to Trump’s organization to refrain from using her songs, like “Don’t Stop The Music,” at his events.
Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI), which oversees the 30-year-old entertainer’s music publishing, expressed in its letter that “any performance of Rihanna’s musical works by the Trump Campaign from this date forward is not authorized by BMI.”
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