Despite turning the chance to be on the album, Shaggy still had some positive comments about Rihanna’s ‘Caribbean dancehall-inspired album.’
‘“It’s healthy competition,” he said. “Dancehall is in a good place but we need as many people to do this art form as possible. When it crosses over and becomes popular with artists from other genres and other cultures, that can only be good.”
However, Rihanna hasn’t given us much more information about the album but there have been several reports that the album will be heavily influenced by reggae and dancehall.
besides insinuating that it’s completed and joking about her refusal to release it.
The long-awaited album will be a follow-up to the Bajan superstar 2016’s Anti.
In her recent interview with Vogue, Rihanna spoke about her love of Bob Marley, saying: “I’m gonna sound like a real tourist when I tell you my top Bob songs; ‘Three Little Birds,’ ‘No Woman, No Cry,’ and ‘Redemption Song.’ Last month Rihanna assured fans that new music was coming.