12 July 2012, 06:43
The 'Let's Go' singer exclusively tells Capital he has been writing and recording with the Bajan pop star.
Ne-Yo has revealed he has been working with Rihanna in the recording studio on her highly anticipated seventh studio album.
The 'We Found Love' singer was pictured heading to several different recording studios in London last month while working on the follow-up to 2011's 'Talk That Talk', and 'Closer' singer Ne-Yo says he has been writing and recording song with the Bajan pop star in recent weeks.
"I just recently went in to do some stuff for Rihanna, you know," Ne-Yo exclusively told Capital FM this week. "She's the hardest working woman in showbiz right now.
"She's in the process of putting together a new album as we speak," the R&B star explained. "I got in [the studio] with Stargate and David Guetta and a few other people for that project, so I'm keeping busy man, I'm definitely keeping busy."
Earlier this week 'Earthquake' singer Labrinth also revealed plans to get in the studio to work on some songs with 'Princess Of China' singer Rihanna sometime in the near future.
Watch Ne-To talking about writing for Rihanna's brand new album to Capitalfm.com below:
Rihanna's 2011 album 'Talk That Talk' spawned a string of successful singles including 'We Found Love', 'You Da One', 'Talk That Talk' and her most recent release 'Where Have You Been'.
Ne-Yo unveiled his brand new single 'Let Me Love You' earlier this week, which has now joined the Capital FM playlist, ahead of the release of his new album 'R.E.D.' this September.