Though no working title has been confirmed for the album, it is said that the set will be released on November 23.
Details are still sketchy regarding Rihanna's new album, but a new confirmation has just been brought forth by Play.com that the set is slated to be made available in stores on November 23 later this year. Notwithstanding the release date, working title for the record remains in question.
Rihanna, who has had a rough year after she was assaulted by ex-boyfriend Chris Brown during an argument in February, has been working on her new studio album for quite sometime. She keeps things related to the record under tight wraps, but it is widely believed that she has enlisted the help from some top notch musicians for the set.
The All-American Rejects' vocalist Tyson Ritter, record producers Stargate, James Fauntleroy, Christopher "Tricky" Stewart, The-Dream, Justin Timberlake, Jay-Z, Kanye West, OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder, Soulja Boy, Shontelle and Pharrell Williams are all rumored to make contribution to the album.
Most recently, Ne-Yo shared with E! News during 2009 MTV Video Music Awards on September 13 that he and Rihanna had been in a songwriting session. "Expect an edgier, almost angrier Rihanna on this one. Rihanna says some things on this album that you've never heard her say before," he revealed. Fellow music star Akon also uttered some words about Rihanna's upcoming album, saying "I'm going to lighten her up. I don't want an angry Rihanna."