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The 'We Found Love' singer also confirms she will release a music video for her album track 'What Now'.
Rihanna has teased a potential new collaboration after revealing she has recorded a "monster" track for one of her "favourite" artists.
The 'Diamonds' singer revealed yesterday that she has been back in the recording studio this week, but refused to reveal which star she is working with on the team-up.
"Just left the studio," Rihanna confirmed on Twitter last night (11th September). "Recored a #monster hook for one of my favourite artists!
"And that's all I can give you…" the Bajan star teased.
Fans have since been speculating about a collaboration with Lady Gaga, due to Gaga's nickname of the Mother Monster, while others are suggesting Drake and Nicki Minaj as potential duet partner.
View a picture of Rihanna showing off her unique flag-themed outfit this week below:
Rihanna has also confirmed plans to shoot and release a music video for her latest single 'What Now', the new release from her 2012 album 'Unapologetic'.
"Also wrote a treatment for #WhatNow video, so yea we gonna be shooting dat supa dupa soon!! #NavyS**t," she posted.
Rihanna resumes her 'Diamonds' world tour this weekend by kicking off the Asian leg out in Macau, China on 13th September.