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Shortly after unveiling her new Savage x Fenty lingerie collection, Rihanna graced the cover of Vogue for the fifth time. In the cover story, the pop star and entrepreneur revealed the current status of her relationship with Drake and details about the highly-anticipated follow up to her 2016 album ANTI.

According to Vogue's Chioma Nnadi, “She plans to make a reggae album.” Rihanna goes on about her love for the genre, citing producer Supa Dups and Bob Marley as influences.

Let us know what you think about a Rihanna reggae album in the comments below, and read the Vogue cover story in full here.

Revisit Rihanna's "Work" ft. Drake below.

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In other music news, Jorja Smith just dropped a music video for her breakthrough single "Blue Lights". Watch it right here.

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