Rihanna Makes Fans Freak Out With Newly Registered Song 'Private Loving'
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Details about the new song are still scarce right now, but it's been confirmed that Jamaican dancehall artist Demarco and Monique Lawz take part in the production.

AceShowbiz - Fans have been longing to hear Rihanna's new music ever since she teased it last year, and now it looks like the wait is going to be over soon. Her devotees were recently sent into frenzy after a fan account noticed that the Barbadian singer had registered a new song entitled "Private Loving" with her music publisher BMI.

Details about the new song are still scarce now, except the fact that the song is written by Rih herself and Jamaican dancehall artist Demarco. British songwriter Monique Lawz also took part in the writing production and has since confirmed her participation by writing, "I CANNOT BREATH!!!!"

It's unknown when "Private Loving" will be released or whether or not it will be the lead single off her highly-anticipated new album, but fans have already begun expressing their excitement on social media. Many used a GIF of Steve Carell's "The Office" character Michael Scott saying, "Everybody stay calm!" to let their feelings known, while some other simply exclaimed as a way to show how excited they were.

"SHE IS COMING," one wrote, with a lot of people similarly writing this message. Another admitted to wanting to cry after learning of this development, as someone wrote in all caps, "OMG OMG OMG I DIED!!!!!!"

Last year, Rih confirmed that her new album would be released sometime this year, though she didn't share any details regarding the upcoming release. As fans continued to wait for the new update, the singer decided to troll them instead. Last month, she posted a clip from "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" that showed Karlie Redd reading the results of a lie detector and saying, "It was all a lie. Guys, it was all a lie. She lied." Rih captioned the video, "Me: Album coming in 2019. Navy in July:"

Her new album will be a follow up to her 2016 record "Anti".

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