Rihanna teases new album, climbs iTunes chart

LOS ANGELES, (Reuters) – Rihanna today  released track teasers online from her upcoming album “Talk  That Talk,” pushing the album up to no. 12 on the iTunes chart  ahead of its Nov. 21 release.
The snippets from all 11 songs on the album comes after the  singer posted a picture on her official Facebook page last  week, revealing the track listing.
Fans took to Twitter and Facebook to comment on the  teasers, calling the album her best release yet, and pre-orders  sent the album climbing on iTunes.
The album includes a collaboration with rapper Jay-Z on the  single “Talk That Talk” along with hip-hop and electro-pop  tracks such as “Where Have You Been” and “Roc Me Out” and  ballads “We All Want Love” and “Drunk Of Love.”
“Talk That Talk” will be the sixth studio album from the  23-year-old Barbadian singer, who is currently at the top of  the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart with “We Found Love,”  featuring Calvin Harris, the lead single from the upcoming  album.
The singer has also revealed that the next single from the  album will be an upbeat dance track called “You Da One,” which  will be officially unlocked and available to download on  Rihanna’s Facebook page on Friday.
Rihanna, who is currently on the Europe leg of her “Loud”  tour, was recently forced to cancel a performance in Malmo,  Sweden after being taken to hospital with the flu. She is  scheduled to perform in Antwerp, Belgium on Friday.

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