Following the recent announcement of the Bajan star's seventh studio album, 'Unapologetic', Capital is taking a look through the singer's extensive collection of singles and albums as we celebrate her career so far.
Rihanna Announces New Album 'Unapologetic' Special Edition Bundles Worth Up To £150
The 'You Da One' star's new record is available alongside a number of exclusive extras this November.
Rihanna has announced two exclusive bundles for fans wishing to pre-order her brand new album 'Unapologetic', including an executive platinum edition retailing for over £150.
The 'We Found Love' star returns with her seventh studio album in November, fresh from the release of new single 'Diamonds', and is offering a number of exclusive collectible items in her deluxe and executive bundle editions of the record.
The deluxe edition of 'Unapologetic' will include a special edition of the album as well as a unisex Rihanna t-shirt, limited edition diamond bracelet, seven laptop stickers, a 28-page art booklet, a Rihanna fan mosaic poster and a 20 minute DVD featuring footage of Rihanna's 'Loud' tour performance at London's O2 Arena last year.
View a picture of Rihanna's deluxe edition of 'Unapologetic' below (Credit: RihannaNow.com):
The executive platinum box set includes the album 'Unapologetic' and everything included with the deluxe edition, in addition to a two gigabite USB stick, seven art print lithographs, three smart phone adhesives and a 3D experience viewmaster featuring pictures of the singer's unique fashion style.
This edition of Rihanna's new album also comes with a 40 page notebook including hand-written notes and lyrics from the Bajan pop star and a handwritten note from Rihanna herself to her fans.
Check out a picture of the executive edition of Rihanna's upcoming album 'Unapologetic' below (Credit: RihannaNow.com):
The deluxe edition of Rihanna's new album 'Unapologetic' can be ordered for £50 while the executive platinum box set will ship for £154.50.
Rihanna's new album 'Unapologetic' is due to be released on 19th November in the UK.