Rihanna On Being Competitive With Her Career: "I Don't Ever Give Up"

The 'Talk That Talk' singer says she is always pushing herself to do better in her career.

Rihanna has admitted she feels guilty if she takes a break from work and is "relentless" when it comes to working on her music career.

The 'We Found Love' singer revealed she is always competing with herself to do better with each album, having released a record every year since her debut in 2005.

"I'm very competitive with myself and I take that through my career," Rihanna said on Daybreak this week. "I want to get better every time, the next step always has to be upwards.

"I guess I'm relentless in that way when it comes to my work," the 'Talk That Talk' signer explained. "I don't ever give up and I feel guilty stopping for a little bit. But sometimes it's good to stop."

When asked what he hopes her future holds in terms of both her career and potential romances, the 'You da One' star says her focus right now is on music.

She added: "The only real plan I have is professional. "I'm really looking forward to seeing what life brings to me."

Rihanna and Drake are expected to unveil the music video for their single 'Take Care' later today (30th March).