Rihanna Tweets Unapologetic Tracklist
November 6, 2012

With Rihanna set to drop her seventh album, Unapologetic, on November 19, the singer tweeted a photo this morning of a handwritten tracklist for the set. Of course the album features the new single "Diamonds," as well as duets with Eminem on "Numb" and Chris Brown on "Nobodies Business." Guest stars Mikky Ekko and Future also are featured on the album. Over the weekend Rihanna tweeted that she was hitting the studio to put the finishing touches on her new effort, and on Monday she tweeted that everything is finished and ready to go.

"Man my album is complete, and I need a f---ing drink and a roll up," she wrote. "It was quite the journey, but it's all part of our story! #UNAPOLOGETIC."

In addition to the standard CD and digital versions of Unapologetic, the singer is also offering a pricier VIP version of the album called the Diamonds Executive Platinum Box. For $250, it will come with "Diamonds" colored vinyl remixes, an 11 x 17 handwritten personal note from Rihanna to her Navy, 2GB credit card-style USB flash drive, unisex shirt with a Michael Muller photo of Rihanna taken during her Unapologetic album shoots, seven 12 x 15 lithographs featuring Muller photos, a Magnus Voll Mathiassen illustration and exclusive Unapologetic images. It will also include three stickers featuring the album's cover art that can be used on iPhones or other smart phones, seven laptop stickers, a 40-page notebook with handwritten notes and lyrics, a deluxe version of the album with a 28-page booklet, a 20-minute DVD with unreleased footage and more. For those who don't want to spend quite that much cash, there will be a Diamonds Deluxe Edition Box for $79 that will include the t-shirt, laptop stickers, deluxe version of the CD, the DVD, fan poster, a bracelet and more.

In other Rihanna news, she will return to Saturday Night Live as the musical guest on November 10, with Anne Hathaway hosting. And following that on November 14, Rihanna will kick off her
 777 Tour on which she will perform seven shows in seven days in seven countries.




 
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