Rihanna Preps Videos For 'Man Down,' 'California King Bed'

'They're both very different,' singer tweets about upcoming clips.

Rihanna has two videos coming your way. The singer is working on clips for "California King Bed" and "Man Down," two singles off her Loud album, and has been keeping her fans up-to-date about them on her Twitter page.

On Tuesday, she teased, "JAMAICA was the BEST!!!!! #RihannaNavy its a big month for u guys! TWO #MAJAH videos droppin' #whosLOUD. They're both very different! One is #GAWJUS and the other is a MOVIE. RIHquest Mandown and California King Bed on your favorite radio station."

Rihanna recently performed "California King Bed" at the ACM Awards. But it was "Man Down" that the singer was excited to talk about late last year.

" 'Man Down' is gangsta! It comes from me trying to achieve that [vibe]," Rihanna told MTV News in November about the saucy song. "I'm super inspired by reggae music [and it] has been a part of me since I was born, and I grew up listening to it. I grew up loving it. My favorite artists are all reggae artists.

"The special thing in that song is the fact that it's a female singing those lyrics, then you have that reggae thing and the chant; the overall energy in that song is so gangsta," she added. "It's got a lot of swagger. I really enjoy it."

The singer also tweeted a photo from the "California King Bed" shoot. The photo is really just a tease as the only visible part of Rihanna is her eyes. She looks out into the camera, snuggled in the sheets in someone's arms. On Sunday, she tweeted that the video would be dropping in less than 10 days, so fans will soon see what Rihanna has in store.

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