November 08, 2011 04:52:04 GMT
The new duet track comes from production hands of duo Stargate, and is described as 'a mid-tempo banger with hard drums, dirty synths.'
Rihanna is going to recreate her magic duet with Jay-Z in her upcoming studio installment "Talk That Talk". The Barabados songstress, who claimed worldwide fame through her Jigga-assisted "Umbrella", will team up with the Roc Nation founder again in the title track of the forthcoming album.
The song comes from production hands of top-notch music maker Stargate. One half of the production duo, Tor Erik Hermansen, told Norwegian website 730.no, "This is the first time we do a song with Jay-Z and Rihanna together. Actually it's the first time Jay does anything on our beats. It was about time."
Teasing about what to expect from the collaboration, Tor Erik gushed, " 'Talk That Talk' is a mid-tempo banger with hard drums, dirty synths, and Rihanna and Jay at their best." He added, "We are very happy with the song and Jay's verse is crazy - same with Rihanna's part."
"Talk That Talk" is going to be released across the United States on November 21. In addition to featuring Jay-Z, the album also has Calvin Harris as another featured guest. The DJ joins forces with Riri in its lead single "We Found Love" which ruled Billboard Hot 200 and became her 11th No. 1 single on the chart.
By scoring 11th chart-topping single, Riri surpassed Stevie Wonder and Janet Jackson who have 10 No. 1 singles each. "#RihannaNavy you make me look so damn good!! Ya'll da illest!! Congrats on our 11th #1 We Found Love! Thank U," she shared her joy with her Twitter followers.
The "What's My Name?" hitmaker is tied with Whitney Houston and falls short in equaling Madonna and The Supremes' record. If she reaches her 12th chart topper, she will be placed just behind Michael Jackson (13 No. 1 singles), Elvis Presley (17), Mariah Carey (18) and The Beatles (20).
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