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Rihanna Teases New Single 'We Found Love' On Twitter?

RiRi has apparently teamed up with Calvin Harris on the track...

Rihanna has given the biggest hint yet that she is about to drop some fresh material after seeming to confirm the title of her next single on Twitter.

After previously announcing that she will be releasing her sixth studio album in the Autumn, RiRi took to the mirco-blogging site yesterday to tease her followers, simply tweeting the words: "NP: "WE FOUND LOVE"

It is thought that We Found Love WILL be the title of her new single, which has been produced by Scottish superstar DJ, Calvin Harris.

Harris - who is supporting RiRi on her Loud Tour - then responded to the 23-year old's cryptic tweet, posting via his official account: "Sound good?!"

The Barbadian beauty and Harris then seemed to tweet some lyrics from the song, writing: "Sometimes it feels like we find love in the most hopeless place."

US gossip website Ace Showbiz has since reported that We Found Love will be released on 11th October.

In other Rihanna news, Coldplay frontman Chris Martin has told our US Team that the S&M singer's collaboration on the group's new LP, Mylo Xyloto, is the best bit about his upcoming record.

Speaking of the tune, entitled Princess of China, Martin explained: "In like a dream scenario, we had a song that I'd secretly kind of written to see if Rihanna would want to sing it."

"And then the rest of the band wanted to keep it, so we came up with the idea of asking her to sing it with us, and, to our great surprise, she said okay,"

He continued: "Well, her bit on our record is my favourite bit ... when the song came out, it sort of asked for her to be on it."

"And I think at this point, we have nothing to lose, and so we've been trying some new things and trying to break down the perceived boundaries between different types of music."


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