Rihanna fans convinced she is returning to music tonight for the first time in THREE years on new PartyNextDoor album – The Sun

RIHANNA is reportedly set to make her return to the music industry after THREE years away with a guest spot on PartyNextDoor's new album.

The musician will be dropping his new album at midnight on Thursday and fans believe that Rihanna will feature on track number ten, Believe It.

"New partynextdoor and Rihanna tonight?? Let’s gooooooo," shared one excited fan while another added: "RIHANNA IS ON PARTYNEXTDOOR’S ALBUM???? Finally something good is about to happen in 2020."

However, others were dubious as PartyNextDoor shared a minute-long snippet of the track on Snapchat.

"That’s his girlfriend’s vocals not Rihanna’s," suggested one fan while another claimed that he was playing a demo version and Rihanna was on the final track.

The Sun Online has contacted reps for Rihanna for comment.




Rihanna released her last album ANTI in 2016 and fans have been eagerly anticipating new music ever since; in 2017 she collaborated with DJ Khaled on a single Wild Thoughts.

The 32-year-old has been focusing on her fashion and make-up businesses, and in February she celebrated her birthday in raucous style as she toasted to another year with her family and friend in Mexico.

According to reports, the Fenty designer enjoyed a candlelight dinner with pals before a mariachi band entertained her guests and they downed tequila shots.

However, the Bajan beauty mogul hasn't posted any videos or images from the fun-filled trip yet, which comes shortly after her reported breakup from billionaire boyfriend Hassan Jameel.


The Grammy winner was notoriously private about their relationship, with the two making very few public appearances together over the course of their romance.

And in the wake of their split, speculation began to mount that the designer was dating Fashion Killa rapper A$AP Rocky.

However, sources have told E! News that the musical pair aren't in a relationship but rather "hanging out" and "having fun".

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