November 7, 2012 11:30

Rihanna unveils sampler to new album 'Unapologetic'

Chris Brown duet is missing from the 17-minute taster

Rihanna unveils sampler to new album 'Unapologetic'

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Rihanna has put out a sampler to her forthcoming new album 'Unapologetic' – listen to it below.

Yesterday, the singer unveiled the tracklisting for the album. As well as a collaboration with Eminem titled 'Numb', it also features a duet with ex-boyfriend Chris Brown called 'Nobody's Business', which is missing from the album sampler. The pair, who originally split in 2009 after Chris Brown assaulted her, are rumoured to be dating again.

'Apologetic', which is Rihanna's seventh album and will be released on November 19, also features a track penned by Scottish singer-songwriter Emeli Sande.

The tracklisting to 'Unapologetic' is as follows:

'Fresh Off The Runway'
'Diamonds'
'Numb' (Feat. Eminem)
'Pour It Up'
'Loveeeeeee Song' (Feat. Future)
'Jump'
'Right Now'
'What Now'
'Stay' Feat. Mikky Ekko
'Nobody's Business' Feat. Chris Brown
'Love Without Tragedy / Mother Mary'
'Get It Over With'
'No Love Allowed'
'Lost In Paradise'
'Half Of Me'


Earlier this week, Rihanna announced details of a new tour to coincide with the release of 'Unapologetic'. The Bajan singer will play seven gigs over seven days in seven different countries. Dubbed the 777 tour, she will kick off the string of dates in London on November 14, before stopping off in Paris, Toronto, Berlin, Los Angeles, Stockholm and New York. The plane will include members of her fan club and 150 journalists.

It was recently confirmed that Rihanna will switch on the Christmas lights at Westfield shopping centre in London this December. She will earn a reported £5m for the appearance.

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