Symphony Clean Bandit & Zara Larsson
29 November 2011, 15:29
The 'You Da One' singer was the only person who could fit the role of the song, according to Bangladesh.
Rihanna's track 'Cockiness' was tailor-made for the star, according to the man who produced it.
American producer Bangladesh said he had spent a while piecing together the song with some of his artists before realising there was only one person he could give the track too.
"I was like, that's dope. That's Rihanna all day," Bangladesh told MTV.
The 'We Found Love' singer was then sent the song and "loved it", resulting in the finished product.
The risqué track features the lyrics: "I want you to be my sex slave/ Anything that I desire/ Be one with my femin-ay/ Set my whole body on fire."
Bangladesh is one of a handful of producers who put their stamp on Ri-Ri's latest album, including Calvin Harris, Kuk Harell and StarGate.
The Bajan star released her sixth studio album, 'Talk That Talk' last week and admitted she was struggling to come to terms with fans' positive responses to the record.
Meanwhile, Rihanna is set to headline Capital FM's Jingle Bell Ball this Saturday (3rd December) at the O2 Arena in London.