Rihanna has finally released her much-anticipated new album "Anti" after teasing it for more than three years.
The pop star's eighth studio effort was released by surprise on Wednesday, Jan. 27, after the album accidentally leaked online on Jay-Z's streaming service TIDAL earlier in the day.
Rihanna premiered the album's first single "Work" featuring Drake, on Wednesday morning.
According to Entertainment Weekly, Rihanna debuted the deluxe version of the collection which features three new songs "Goodnight Gotham," "Pose" and "Sex With Me." The new edition has premiered on TIDAL as well as on iTunes.
In mere 14 hours of launch on Tidal, the album was streamed 13 million times and downloaded 1 million times, reported Daily Mail.
For Riri fans who doesn't have a Tidal membership, the music-streaming service is offering a limited amount of download codes for free for both subscribers as well as nonsubscribers that also come with a 60-day free trial.
Rihanna's new album "Anti" features 13 tracks including "Consideration" (feat. SZA), "James Joint", "Kiss It Better", "Work" (feat. Drake), "Desperado", "Woo", "Needed Me", "Yeah, I Said It", "Same Ol' Mistakes", "Never Ending", "Love On The Brain", "Higher" and "Close To You."
Surprisingly, Rihanna's previously released singles including 'B*tch Better Have My Money', 'American Oxygen' and "FourFiveSeconds," the collaboration with Kayne West and Paul McCartney, do not appear on the album's track list.
Elsewhere, Rihanna is also rumored to have some big performances this year. The singer recently appeared in a new CBS promo which teases three major upcoming events including "Super Bowl 50," "The 58th Annual Grammy Awards" and a live edition of "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert."
Super Bowl 50 will air on Sunday, Feb. 7 on CBS, followed up by a special live episode of "The Late Show." The Grammys will air on Monday, Feb. 15 on CBS.
Riri will kick off her "Anti" World Tour on Feb. 26 in San Diego, California.