New York is Rihanna’s runway, and we’re all blessed enough to be front row. The beauty mogul left the Playstation Theater in the city early Sunday morning, strutting and posing for the cameras while wearing a strapless white dress.
She’s been in the city to promote her upcoming book, Rihanna, a visual autobiography featuring never-before-seen photos of the star from her childhood in Barbados to present day.
“Looking back at these times in the book, I’d tell my younger self to take more vacations then because there’s hardly any time now,” she told Billboard at her book party on Friday, held at the Guggenheim. “I’ve worked so much and so hard, consistently, even when I was young. I never saw the day I could take a break, and now it’s even more crazy. I can’t believe there was a time I only did music. Now, any little chance I can even get three hours to myself, I take it and I appreciate it. It was all worth it, though.”
The always-busy Rihanna also touched on her highly-anticipated next album, which her fans have been consistently asking her about. While she didn’t offer many details, she did say that the song “Private Lover,” which was recently registered to BMI won’t be the album’s title.
“That's not true. That’s not gonna be the title of any album,” she told Entertainment Tonight. “The thing is, when I get more information, you will be the first to know. I will gladly vomit that out on a red carpet.”
It’s not that she’s holding back her music intentionally, either. During her interview with Vogue, she explained that her busy schedule has prevented her from being able to record consistently.
“I have been trying to get back into the studio,” she said. “It’s not like I can lock myself in for an extended amount of time, like I had the luxury of doing before. I know I have some very unhappy fans who don’t understand the inside bits of how it works.”
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