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Rihanna officially releases 'Anti' following leak

Tidal accidentally leaked singer Rihanna's new album 'Anti' on Wednesday.

Rihanna officially releases 'Anti' following leak

Los Angeles: After subscription-based music streaming service Tidal accidentally leaked singer Rihanna's new album 'Anti' on Wednesday, the 'Umbrella' hitmaker's eighth studio effort was officially made available for purchase and streaming.

The long-awaited album features 13 tracks including the just-released collaboration with rapper Drake called 'Work', 'Consideration' featuring singer SZA and 'Kiss It Better' that previously leaked.

The Weeknd, Travis Scott (II), PARTYNEXTDOOR, Timbaland, Hit-Boy, Boi-1da, DJ Mustard and James Fauntleroy are among other names credited on the follow-up to 2012's 'Unapologetic'.

'Anti' was supported by Samsung, with which Rihanna has signed a $25 million deal.

Fans with Samsung mobile devices who had interacted with the 'Anti Diary' are receiving codes to download the album free on Tidal.