"I'm traveling around the world, finding new sounds, and new producers that people don't really know of," the "Talk That Talk" diva said Tuesday.
Following collaborations with everyone from The Dream to Dr. Luke, Rihanna is hoping for not so current sound but something completely different.
"Every album is a step ahead from the one behind. I love experimenting and I love working with different sounds and putting them together so they're not one- dimensional," Rihanna tells UPA.
While there has been no title confirmation or release date, it is possible this album will be released later this year following Rihanna's train of consistent releases just before the Holiday season.
Since its release in November "Talk That Talk" has reportedly sold well over one million copies worldwide. Five singles have also been released including the chart-topping hit "We Found Love."