Rihanna has been slowly releasing more information about her highly anticipated eighth album ANTI, which is said to be hitting Tidal on Black Friday, with a wide release December 4.
The one-minute clip shows Rihanna in a gauzy white dress, exploring a mysterious house filled with children. It’s meant to give fans a sneak peek into her world, according to Samsung.
The video ends with the performer – who now shows off a short, sleek ‘do with blunt bangs, a black tank top, and coordinating dark nail polish – starring at the camera as her phone levitates until it faces the screen, revealing the web address for the experience.
She had previously shared a link for the experience on Twitter, which, when followed, asks: ‘She’s waiting for you. Are you in?’
‘#ANTIWorldTour starts Feb 2016! Bringing along @trvisXX in N. America & @theweeknd @bigsean in EU!’ she shared on Twitter.
The tour – also presented by Samsung – will feature her reported boyfriend Travis Scott on its North American leg, with The Weeknd and Big Sean joining the star in Europe.
Featured in the video is a young girl dressed like the one from Rihanna’s album cover, which she revealed in October.
It is by Israeli-born artist Roy Nachum, who spoke with Vanity Fair, explaining that the image of a child is an homage to her roots, while the blinding crown represents success, or ‘running after achievement’ and not being able to see the success.
Prior to sharing the art Rihanna had taken to Instagram to post what looked like the dictionary definition for ‘anti-‘, though it also included one more specific to her.
It read: ‘In her collaboration with Roy Nachum, Rihanna has changed the history of album cover art. By continuing to follow her own instincts, her work strives to make an impact by doing the very antithesis of what the public expects.’