Singer Rihanna has officially announced that the title of her new album is "Unapologetic," even teasing her fans by posting upcoming album cover on Twitter.
The talented singer from Barbados posed topless for the album cover with a number of words written such as happy, fearless, chalice, diamonds, censored and love. Even Rihanna's Egyptian goddess Isis tattoo on her midriff is also visible.
"My NEW album 'UNAPOLOGETIC' will be released on NOVEMBER 19th WORLDWIDE #Navy (sic)," Rihanna posted on her "Twitter" account.
Skynews.com reported some details about Rihanna's upcoming seventh album by claiming that "Unapologetic" will be produced by Ne-Yo, David Guetta, Fazer and United Kingdom music producers Burns and Nicky Romero.
Meanwhile, Rihanna's current single, "Diamonds," is at the number one spot on the United Kingdom singles chart. The hit single was co-written by the "Titanium" singer Sia. "Diamonds" is believed to be one of the tracks on the soon-to-be released album. However, the final list of tracks has not yet been announced.
The album title apparently describes the personal life of Rihanna. Recently, the singer has garnered numerous criticisms with her reported reconciliation with former flame Chris Brown who violently assaulted her back in 2009.
Last week, Rihanna was spotted with Chris Brown at one of rapper Jay-Z's homecoming concerts at Brooklyn's Barclays Centre. Contactmusic.com also reported that there were pictures of the reunited couple dancing together in a New York City night spot. Afterwards, Rihanna and Chris Brown headed back to the same hotel.
Perhaps Rihanna decided to name her album "Unapologetic" because she clearly has no intention of apologizing at all with regards to her relationship with Chris Brown.