Rihanna has named her new album 'Unapologetic'.
The 'Diamonds' singer unveiled the cover of her seventh full length album on twitter, which features her posing topless, today (Oct 11th).
She tweeted: "My NEW album "UNAPOLOGETIC" will be released on NOVEMBER 19th WORLDWIDE #Navy (sic)."
Covering the singer's modesty are a number of handwritten words, including "happy" "fearless" "chalice" "diamonds" and "censored." Over her face in white writing is the word "love."
The singer's latest tattoo of the Egyptian goddess Isis, on her midriff, is also visible. She has previously said she got the inking in tribute to her grandmother, Clara 'Dolly' Braithwaite, who passed away earlier this year.
Rihanna recently hit number one in the UK single chart with 'Diamonds', which was co-written by 'Titanium' singer Sia, and she is rumoured to have tracks produced by Ne-Yo, David Guetta, Fazer and up-and-coming UK music producers Burns and Nicky Romero on the album.
The record's title is also fitting with Rihanna's personal life, as she has recently attracted criticism for reconciling with ex-boyfriend Chris Brown, who was convicted of assaulting her in 2009.
'Unapologetic' will be released on November 19.