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30 April 2012, 09:25 | Updated: 30 April 2012, 09:29
The artists' collaborative track will be premiered next month as spokesperson denies tour clip is the official promo.
Coldplay's official music video for new single 'Princess Of China' is set to be unveiled in May.
The British band have been showing a clip of a Geisha dressed Rihanna during their new 'Mylo Xyloto' world tour leaving many fans to believe this would be part of the music video.
However, a spokesperson for the group told MTV that this is simply footage used for their shows and not the official promo.
They said: "It isn't the official video. It is, in fact, a clip that the band are using during their performance of the song on tour."
Discussing the premiere date for the 'Paradise' star's latest track, they added that there would still be some work to complete on the finished article.
"It won't be finished until the third week of May," they added.
Anticipation for the video began when the Bajan star posted a series of pictures on Twitter from the set of the promo last month.
Meanwhile, Rihanna will be premiering the music video for her latest single 'Where Have You Been' later today after posting a teaser clip and a series of pictures from the set earlier this month.