The 30-year-old singer has been quietly hard at Work on her ninth studio album, tentatively titled R9, and new developments suggest the record is close to completion. Among the tracks RiRi is said to have registered this month are two dancehall songs, which appears to confirm previous reports that she’s recording an entire album of reggae music. According to photos which have emerged online, Rihanna has registered the dancehall songs Nah Left and Waist Line Down under her artist name.

The popstar has reportedly filed 10 songs in total with other titles including Cross The Line, Lack of Communication, Love is a Bitch, Gotta Have You Right Now and Gonna Let This Love.
Teasing details of RiRi’s new music, a source told Urban Islandz: ‘Nah Left and Waist Line Down are two dope dancehall songs they’re going to be huge. ‘The other songs are a mixture of pop and other stuff, but the album is coming and the wait will worth it. This is Rihanna, her fans knows that she will only deliver the best work or else nothing at all.’

Last month, Rihanna teased one of her recording sessions on Instagram by posting a video of her in the studio and singing along to a track with producers on the decks although the volume was down so fans were left in the dark about her new sound.