The R 'n' B singer's new music video for her latest single taken from her repackaged set "Good Girl Gone Bad: Reloaded" has been premiered.
The new music video from R 'n' B singer Rihanna for her latest single "Disturbia" has finally been premiered on July 21. The clip was shot in Los Angeles starting from June 29 under the helm of renown director David LaChapelle, who has also worked with the likes of Christina Aguilera and Gwen Stefani before.
The new video seems trying to capture the meaning of the song by picturing a dark and disturbing people's behavior. Rihanna herself was shot in some different background on the clip, such as being trapped in a cage, singing and dancing inside a bed frame and sitting on a chair with her hand and leg chained.
The song itself is one of the new tracks that were included on Rihanna's latest repackaged LP "Good Girl Gone Bad: Reloaded", that was dropped on June 17. "Disturbia" is also a special track for the R 'n' B singer as it was actually written by her rumored boyfriend Chris Brown with the help of two of his friends Andre Merritt and Robert Allen. Before releasing "Disturbia", Rihanna has already spawned two other singles, "Take A Bow" and "If I Never See Your Face Again" featuring Maroon 5.
Beside promoting her re-released LP, the "Umbrella" hit maker reportedly has already had an idea for a new studio album. Previously in an interview, the singer stated that she wants to work with Mark Ronson, Amy Winehouse and Duffy on her new record.
Update 2008-07-24: According to Def Jam's official site the video is directed by Anthony Mandler, who also direct Rihanna's "Take A Bow". Rihanna's "Disturbia" Video Premiere: