Rihanna Teases 'Anti' Album With Mysterious Clip

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Rihanna performs onstage during CBS RADIOs third annual We Can Survive, presented by Chrysler, at the Hollywood Bowl on October 24, 2015 in Hollywood, California. 

Rihanna's still hot on the campaign trail for her upcoming album Anti. The singer unveiled a sixth clip from her ANTIdiaRy -- in partnership with Samsung -- that shows the pop star/fashion muse coming face-to-face with herself.

While the release date is still secret, the latest update came from singer-songwriter Sia, who recently chatted with BBC Radio 2 (on Dec. 14) and said that Riri's eighth studio LP was not quite finished.

Sia Talks Meeting With Rihanna for Possible 'Anti' Songs

"She came over to my house for the first time the other night for the first time," said Sia. "I had met her very briefly before, super sweet person, and the other night she came over [to my house] and listened to half of 25 songs I played her because she's still looking for songs for her new album. She was there clearly to listen to songs and see if there was anything she was into, it was a business meeting, for sure."

In partnership with theater company Punchdrunk, the ANTIdiaRy clips unfold in mini-episodes intended to offer "an exclusive journey through Rihanna’s life story," according to a press release. Each clip shows the "BBHMM" songstress in American Horror Story-esque scenarios, either tattooing a man's forehead or laying in an all-white bathtub as shadows surround her on the other side of a wall. 

Rihanna Launches 'Anti Diary' in Partnership with Samsung

There have been multiple reports of a release date from Nov. 5 to Black Friday this year. While there's still no official word, NME suggests that the change of pace in her rollout could mean a Christmas Day release.

Billboard has reached out to Rihanna's rep for comment. 

While you wait, watch all six of her ANTIdiaRy clips below. 


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