Rihanna’s new album to feature collaboration with Ne-Yo

 

Rihanna remains tight-lipped about details of her new album, but at least a guest star for the upcoming record has been uncovered. It has been revealed that RiRi will reunite with Ne-Yo for her latest studio set, which is reportedly set to be released this coming November.

I was just recently in the studio doing some stuff with Rihanna,” he unveiled. “The thing is, I never know what’s going to be kept, what she’s going to hold onto, what’s going to fall by the wayside… I know I got one or two on the album that she’s definitely keeping, but the rest is tobe determined.

She has previously teamed up with Ne-Yo on her 2007 hit single “Hate That I Love You”. Ne-Yo also co-wrote her songs “Take a Bow” and “Stupid in Love”. He reportedly also collaborated with Riri in 2010 for a song that has never been released.

Reports that RiRi is going to release a new album first emerged when Def Jam tweeted that Rihanna would drop her seventh studio album this November. Def Jam additionally promised to Rihanna’s devotees that there would be a big announcement from the R&B sensation sometime soon.

Ne-Yo himself also has his latest album “R.E.D.” being set to be released Stateside on November 6. Calling the album “a celebration of my first love, which is music,” the Grammy-winning artist gushed, “My album is a declaration of the blurring of the lines. This is the most balanced alvum that I’ve ever done. My diehard R&B fans as well as my diehard pop fans, everybody’s gonna be able to get into this album because it is an equal balance of both genres.”

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