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YES. Just YES.

It's been a few years since Rihanna dropped her last album, so you can imagine the excitement felt by the Rihanna Navy when she announced that she was back in the studio and working on new music.

Since that wonderful reveal, which happened back in November, fans have been eagerly awaiting what's to come from the singer. So far, we've heard one track ("FourFive Seconds" with Kanye West and Paul McCartney), and now RiRi teased snippets of another new song!

And it's sexy. Bow chicka bow wow.


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The 27-year-old posted two 15-second clips of a song titled "Higher" on Instagram earlier today, and albeit short, the preview still gives enough to suggest that this may be one of those jams that you'll be singing at the top of your lungs when you're feelin' some type of way about somebody.

"This whiskey got me feeling pretty/ So pardon me if I'm impolite/ I just really need your ass with me," Rihanna belts over a classical melody. "Just come over, let's pour a drink, babe/ I hope I'm not calling you too late."

And apparently, there was some life imitating art happening here.

"5 am drunk off da whiskey with these two rockstars @officialkukharrell @djanser !!!," Rihanna captioned the second snippet. "These guys always hold me down even at the craziest hours! We've made every album since #GoodGirlGoneBad together! The family!!! One Love #R8"

Additionally, Rihanna gave fans a listen to another one of her new songs, which will be featured in the animated flick Home and on the upcoming soundtrack for the film.

"Pre-order the #DreamWorksHOME soundtrack feat. my song 'Towards the Sun' on iTunes!! Soundtrack album available March 24 & film in theaters March 27. Preview the film here," she wrote on Instagram.

Treat your ears to some RiRi tunes and let us know what you think in the comments!

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