In addition to work with The All-American Rejects' frontman Tyson Ritter, Rihanna may also receive a favor from The-Dream, Stargate and Christopher 'Tricky' Stewart.
Rihanna will be working with The All-American Rejects' vocalist Tyson Ritter in her upcoming studio album, according to SRP Music Group. Beside hitting studio with Tyson, she reportedly will also get helping hands from Stargate, James Fauntleroy, Christopher "Tricky" Stewart and The-Dream.
Rihanna's new studio project is yet to be titled. Rumor suggested it will be called "Rated R" and may be released for purchase this fall. Previously according to Rihanna-Diva, the "Umbrella" hitmaker was said to go rock but will keep the R&B tune by mixing the rock materials with pop sounds.
Furthermore, Justin Timberlake, Jay-Z and Kanye West, OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder, Soulja Boy, Shontelle and Pharrell Williams are suggested to contribute to this new album.
In another news, Rihanna grabbed two prizes at 2009 Urban Music Awards which was held on July 17 at Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City. She was named Best Female Act, and her music video for single "Rehab" won Best Music Video.