The singer was spotted at the L.A. shoot over the weekend, and by the looks of it, the lead clip from her November album release, Unapologetic, finds the singer smack-dab in the middle of an apocalypse-type scenario. Yet, she still manages to look completely stylish.
In various shots taken of Rihanna on the set of the Anthony Mandler-directed clip, she stands in front of a fire and gazes into the camera. The world looks to be in a shambles around her. As for her wardrobe and style, she's rocking some longer hair after recently cropping off her locks to a pixie cut. Some of the pictures feature her in a long white gown, in others she's wearing a body-hugging black gown.
Little else is known about the video's concept and it has not been confirmed when the video will drop. However, this is the latest collaboration between Mandler and Rihanna, who have cooked up some of her more memorable clips, including "Disturbia," "Russian Roulette," and "Man Down," to name a few.
Rihanna's seventh studio album officially hits retailers on November 19. It's the follow-up to her 2011 album release, Talk That Talk, which spawned hits like "We Found Love" and "Where Have You Been."
The fall is shaping up to be a busy time for the singer, who is up for six awards at the MTV EMA this November and will perform at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show along with Bruno Mars and Justin Bieber in December. And, for fans hoping for the chance to see the singer live and up close, she will kick off her "Diamonds" World Tour in March.