A Nightclub Used Their Power To Remind Rihanna That We're Still Waiting For An Album

  • A Nightclub Used Their Power To Remind Rihanna That We're Still Waiting For An Album
    POSTED Nov 17 2021

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    Rihanna. Photo of Rihanna by Sean Zanni/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images, photo of nightclub sign taken from @chelly_bee's Instagram.

    It's been a long time since Rihanna released a new album, and fans are clearly getting sick of waiting. Fair enough, too - 2016's ANTI feels like a lifetime ago at this point.

    The pop star recently made her way out to a nightclub, and while she was there, a reminder was plastered across the club's moving banner that the world is waiting.

    In a clip filmed by Instagram user @chelly_bee, a banner appeared and read "DROP THE ALBUM RIHANNA". It's a message that we can all get behind - including Rihanna, who whipped out her phone to capture the message.

    Speaking about the album to AP in September, Rihanna explained, "You’re not gonna expect what you hear, just put that in your mind. Whatever you know of Rihanna’s not gonna be what you hear.

    "I’m really experimenting, and music is like fashion, you should be able to play, I should be able to wear whatever I want and I treat music the same way. So, I’m having fun, and it’s gonna be completely different."

    READ MORE: Ed Sheeran's Songwriting Motto Is "What Would Rihanna Do?" And It's Clearly Working

    Check out the clip below. We have to give those involved points for creativity. They're desperate for new music, and they're willing to try anything. 

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Submitted by ben.madden on Wed, 17/11/2021 - 12:22


Rihanna
Rihanna. Photo of Rihanna by Sean Zanni/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images, photo of nightclub sign taken from @chelly_bee's Instagram.

It's been a long time since Rihanna released a new album, and fans are clearly getting sick of waiting. Fair enough, too - 2016's ANTI feels like a lifetime ago at this point.

The pop star recently made her way out to a nightclub, and while she was there, a reminder was plastered across the club's moving banner that the world is waiting.

In a clip filmed by Instagram user @chelly_bee, a banner appeared and read "DROP THE ALBUM RIHANNA". It's a message that we can all get behind - including Rihanna, who whipped out her phone to capture the message.

Speaking about the album to AP in September, Rihanna explained, "You’re not gonna expect what you hear, just put that in your mind. Whatever you know of Rihanna’s not gonna be what you hear.

"I’m really experimenting, and music is like fashion, you should be able to play, I should be able to wear whatever I want and I treat music the same way. So, I’m having fun, and it’s gonna be completely different."

READ MORE: Ed Sheeran's Songwriting Motto Is "What Would Rihanna Do?" And It's Clearly Working

Check out the clip below. We have to give those involved points for creativity. They're desperate for new music, and they're willing to try anything. 

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