Rihanna's a siren all right.
The hitmaker has unleashed the music video for her latest single, "Where Have You Been," off her new album, Talk That Talk. And at first blush, RiRi is in fine high-energy form, as she thrashes and poses to a pulsating beat while singing about the true love she's yet to find.
Take a look!
The clip, which debuted on her Facebook and Twitter page, starts with the Barbadian beauty emerging mermaid-like from a pond looking as sexy as ever, then dancing tribal-like (in baggy red pants!) in a desert landscape around a fire with male backup dancers.
"I've been everywhere, man/Looking for someone/Someone who can please me/Love me all night long," she croons.
The scene subsequently moves to a (fashionable) African hut, where we find Rihanna slinking over a zebra skin before she and a group of female dancers briefly offer up their best "Vogue" impressions and more tribal moves.
We then switch to an exotic jungle location, in which she finishes out the song with a whirlwind psychedelic sequence before the R&B goddess returns to the water-filled depths from whence she came.