Only 10 months after the release of "Loud," Rihanna's follow-up album is quickly coming together. After last week's announcement that her sixth album will be released "this fall," the first single from the disc will reportedly received a title: "We Found Love."
"NP: 'WE FOUND LOVE,'" Rihanna posted on Twitter Monday night (Sept. 19). Soon after she wrote, "We in dis bitch!" after a fan pointed out that "We Found Love" was trending worldwide.
According to Rap-Up, "We Found Love" was produced by Calvin Harris, the Scottish producer/DJ whose single "Bounce" is currently at No. 11 on the Dance Airplay chart. The single is reportedly being released on Oct. 11, although Island Def Jam has yet to confirm the release date.
Last week, Rihanna responded to a Twitter follower's question, "When's the next album due?" with the exclamation "THIS FALL!!!!!" Sources have confirmed that the new release will likely be a proper full-length album; Rihanna has simply described the new disc as "GangstaR" on Twitter.
"Loud's" lead single, "Only Girl (In The World)," hit No. 1 on the Hot 100 and has sold 3.1 million copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan. Rihanna's latest hit, "Cheers (Drink To That)," cracked the Hot 100's Top 10 last week, rising to No. 10 in its seventh week of release.