Rihanna has finally debuted her first album since 2012’s Unapologetic.

The pop beauty, 27, dropped the long-awaited eighth studio effort the same day she released her single Work, featuring rapper Drake.

Just hours before the official release, the album was reportedly accidentally leaked on Jay Z’s Tidal – where it’s now available to download for free.


The 13 tracks feature a mix of R&B, pop, hip hop and dancehall.
Contributors on the record include Timbaland, The Weeknd, Travis Scott, James Fauntleroy, Glass John and more, while there’s a collaboration with American singer SZA.

Fans have been waiting months for the R&B superstar to drop ANTI, which was at one point was expected to come out at the end of November.

Rihanna had been teasing the release of the album over several weeks with video clips being released online which have shown her unlocking different rooms. She named the campaign “#ANTIdiaRy”.
But on Monday she finally revealed she had finished the project as she posted a picture of herself posing in a pair of gold headphones alongside the caption: “Listening to ANTI.”

And early on Wednesday, the star took to Twitter to post a link for fans to download her very first single.

She excitedly wrote next to a racy topless picture: “FIRST SINGLE #WORK ft. @Drake from #ANTI is here!! Listen up”