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Rihanna Just Dropped 'James Joint' Off Her Next Album

And now, we're even more excited about Rih Rih's next LP.

Rihanna may not 'give a d-ck’ about privacy anymore, but she certainly still cares about her fans. So, today (April 21), the singer released an interlude off her upcoming album.

"In celebration of 420, here's an interlude from my 8th studio album that I call 'James Joint,’” Rih said on her website.

“How you live and love like, ‘F-ck rules,’” she sings on the track. “Don’t care why, just know I love you.”

Dropping a day after she wowed us all as a bridesmaid in Hawaii, “James Joint” is the latest glimpse into her as-yet untitled project. So far, it looks like that album will also include "American Oxygen" and “Bitch Better Have My Money,” a track that elevates her edginess, according to producer Deputy.

“I think it’s edgy,” he recently told MTV News. “She already is edgy but it’s like a gritty, dirty sound. She’s always expressed confidence, right? But this is in-your-face confidence.”