The 'Only Girl (In the World)' clip is teased in a picture, while the 'What's My Name?' music video is previewed in on-set footage.
The first look at Rihanna's "Only Girl (In the World)" music video has been unleashed in a form of a picture. Posted on Twitter, the image features red-haired Rihanna in an outdoor place, playing with colorful giant balloons. "I've been busy being the 'Only Girl In the World' wanna see more?!?!" she tweeted.
Beside preparing "Only Girl" music video, Rihanna has also filmed visuals for her song called "What's My Name?". In a fan-footage, she is spotted in the Lower East Side of New York City on Sunday afternoon, September 26, walking around the streets and at one point making a stop near a lamp post and banging a pair of drum sticks against it.
The "What's My Name?" music video is directed by Phillip Andelman, while the "Only Girl" is worked on by Anthony Mandler who previously made some clips from her "Rated R" singles. Many fans reportedly criticized Andelman over his directorial work in the single's video, fearing he would use dark concept again.
"Big shout out to all the loving @rihanna fans with an opinion.....what would we do without you," Mandler posted a series of messages in his own page in response to the backlash. "Its amazing how so many fans of @rihanna know nothing about our process. That we write ideas together, decide on the look and feel as a team."
"What's My Name?" video shoot: