Rihanna is 'worried' about new album
Rihanna is planning to push back the release date of her new album 'Anti' because she's "worried" the content isn't right
Rihanna is really "worried" about her new album.
The 'Diamonds' hitmaker - whose full name is Robyn Rihanna Fenty - is planning to tweak her forthcoming collection entitled 'Anti' - her first in three years - because she's "uncomfortable and unhappy" with the tracks.
Rihanna's father Ronald, who has claimed he's heard 26 song she's recorded for the album, said: "Robyn is not happy with the new album. She's not comfortable with it.
"When she went over the songs she found all these little things she wanted to change and was worried about it. It's a long process and isn't easy.
"It's been three years now since her last album and she wants this to blow everything else away, no competition, because she's calling it her 'first album.' "
'Anti' was initially planned for release by the end of the year but it looks like the 27-year-old singer is hoping to push it back in order to create more content.
He added: "She has some things she likes but wants something more. To her it's not ready ... She's still looking for fresh material and has the energy for it."
And it seems Rihanna - who has previously collaborated with Drake, Jay Z, Kanye West and Eminem - hasn't teamed up with many other artists this time around either.
Ronald explained to The Sun newspaper: "A lot of times she has someone else singing with her and the collaborations always do good but this time she has a lot by herself.
"And you don't miss the other singers as she's so good."