Rihanna Upbeat About Her New Studio Album ‘Talks That Talk'

Rihanna Upbeat About Her New Studio Album ‘Talks That Talk'

R&B and pop singer Rihanna is again in news for her next album in Talk That Talk. Those who have heard this are of the belief that this sixth studio album appears to be on the lines of her last album, Loud.

Produced by British DJ Calvin Harris, the first single "We Found Love" is told to have already become popular in the U. S. and across the Atlantic. Not even this, the picturization also managed to grab the attention of one and all, and even boxer-model Dudley O'Shaughnessy was being applauded for the same.

If experts are to be heard, there are fair chances that this album would cross the sales of her previous two albums. The singer is told to have heard words of appreciation for her two brand new songs from studio album "Talk That Talk", which is told to be released on November 18.

Even another track "Watch N'Lean" from her sixth album Talk that Talk has sent reverberations in the minds of her fans, as they are simply swooned by the voice of the singer. Produced by Hit-Boy, Talk That Talk album is expected to grab the attention of party lovers as soon as the album would hit the market.

The album was somehow leaked on internet. The singer is told to be among those who got fame from "We Found Love" and then with follow-up single "You Da One". Now, the luck favours the star who has got `Talk That Talk' in her platter.

The singer was told to be upbeat about her new song "You Da One", which was released this morning. About the album, the singer said that it would have "a little bit of a reggae vibe".

"I cannot tell you how excited I am. I know the songs that I've loved and to see people react this way . I get excited", said the singer, who is waiting for the reaction of the fans.


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