Rihanna, Bikini

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Oh, Rihanna! You're just never one to disappoint while on vacation.

As a new year begins, the "Umbrella" singer showed no signs of leaving paradise as she continued to soak up the sun in her home town of Barbados.

The 26-year-old singer and her friend Melissa Forde have spent much of their time by the pool, with family and of course in fabulous bikinis. But once the paparazzi spotted RiRi in one of her sexy swimsuits, she didn't get mad. She just posted more revealing shots on Instagram.

"Tell da paparazzi get the lens right," she wrote Saturday while showing a close-up view of her breasts and tattoo in a purple bikini top.

If that wasn't enough for RiRi admirers, perhaps a new leaked track presumed to be of the singer will get their attention.

Two long years after her last studio album Unapologetic was released, the Grammy winner is guaranteed to get fans dancing and singing along if this is, in fact, her latest masterpiece.

"We'll dance in the rain, in spite of all the pain," she sings. "What the world really needs, is to feel love again."

What we need is more Rihanna hits and it looks like we may have found one! Granted, we loved her 2014 duet with Shakira called "Can't Remember to Forget You." We also adored her collaboration with Eminem for "Monster."

But a whole new album with just RiRi? We'll just have to "Pour It Up."

Rihanna, Bikini

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"I'm in the studio right now with a killer team," she recently revealed to E! News. "I'm excited about what we're doing."  

And if the suspense wasn't killing you enough, just hear what close friend Ne-Yo said about her eighth studio album.

"The stuff I've heard is absolutely incredible," he shared. "I can't speak on what it sounds like because I'll get in trouble. But I definitely feel like people are gonna enjoy it."

And the waiting game continues… 

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