The singer looks throughout the world for her perfect guy in the music video which picks tribal as the theme.
Rihanna moves her body in tribal moves as she dances to her latest hit "Where Have You Been". The music video was released on her Facebook page on Monday, April 30, on the same day she promoted her feature film "Battleship" on "MTV First".
The video was shot in Los Angeles and directed by David Meyers whose works include Justin Bieber's "Somebody to Love" and Katy Perry's "Firework". Meanwhile, the dance was choreographed by Nadine "Hi-Hat" Ruffin who worked with the singer for her Grammy and BRIT Awards performances.
"Where Have You Been" is a track from Rihanna's sixth studio album "Talk That Talk". Produced by Calvin Harris, the song has Rihanna crooning, "I've been everywhere, man/Looking for someone/Someone who can please me/Love me all night long."
Another music video featuring Rihanna is scheduled to be released in May. She plays a geisha in Coldplay's video of "Princess of China".
Rihanna's "Where Have You Been" music video