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Rihanna Explains How Her New Music Will Sound

Rihanna isn' t saying when her new song will be released, but she is giving fans a taste of what it will sound like.

The singer spoke with The Associated Press while attending the Los Angeles premiere of her Savage x Fenty Vol. 3 fashion show and hinted at what' s to come when she does decide to release her new music.

" You' re not going to believe what you' re about to hear. Just keep it in mind, " Rihanna told the Associated Press. " What you know about Rihanna will not be what you hear. I' m doing a lot of experimentation right now. Music is similar to fashion. You should be able to participate in the game. I should be able to dress how I like. I' m the same way when it comes to music. So I' m having a good time and it' ll be completely different. "

Since her critically praised 2016 album, Anti, which generated the hits " Work, " " Kiss It Better, " and more, fans have been eagerly awaiting new music from the pop sensation. However, in recent years, the singer has remained focused on her numerous (and very wealthy) commercial ventures, including the Fenty Beauty and Fenty Skin cosmetics lines, as well as her successful lingerie line, Savage x Fenty. Rihanna was named a billionaire by Forbes in August, proving that her hard work has paid off.

Fans are naturally impatient for new music, but we must wait: the artist has stated that she is not in a hurry to release new songs.

" I' m constantly working on music. I' m always working on music, and when I' m ready to release it in the way I see fit, I' ll do so. And you will not be disappointed when it occurs. Last year, Rihanna told Entertainment Tonight, " It' ll be worth it. " " I' m not going to release it just because people are waiting. I' m going to make it worthwhile after all this time. "

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