Rihanna Releases Talk That Talk Track List

'We Found Love' and 'You da One' are two of the 14 songs on the November 21 release.

Come Thanksgiving week, Rihanna will Talk That Talk with her latest album. As a tease to the November 21 release, the singer revealed the track list for the record.

"DONE BITCHES!!!! #TTT Tracklist (EXCEPT 'Answer' and NOT in sequence)," Rihanna let her fans know on Facebook, sharing the titles of the 14 songs that made the final cut.

Drum roll, please ... The confirmed tracks, according to the singer are: "We Found Love," "You da One," "Watch n' Learn," "Ride Me Out," "Cockiness," "Talk That Talk," "Drunk on Love," "Farewell," "We All Want Love," "Red Lipstick," "Fool in Love," "Where Have You Been," "Do Ya Thang" and "Birthday Cake."

But the list Rihanna provided may be out of order as several blogs are reporting a different finalized version of the track list. According to Idolator, the album kicks off with "You da One," followed by "Where Have You Been," "We Found Love (feat. Calvin Harris)," "Talk That Talk," "Cockiness," "Birthday Cake," "We All Want Love," "Drunk on Love," "Roc Me Out" and "Watch n' Learn," and ends fittingly with a song titled "Farewell."

The deluxe bonus tracks are reportedly "Red Lipstick," "Do Ya Thing" and "Fool in Love." A rep for the singer had not responded to MTV News' request for confirmation by press time.

For those wondering just what the TTT era of Rihanna will look and sound like, her "We Found Love" video director, Melina Matsoukas, told us about the vibe of the video.

"I think it sets up definitely the imagery for the album and it's in line with what they're doing," she said. "So that's good, and I'm sure there's plenty more, hopefully. I'm not sure, but [we'll see]. She called me after, and she loves it and I love it.

"There's definitely some more music coming out and I'm sure we'll do some more collaborating. I definitely would love to," Matsoukas continued. "I'm excited that I got to do the first one off her new album, the first single. I've never done that, so that was good."