Although she’s been kicking the promotional machine into life ahead of the launch of her new album Anti, Rihanna still has not confirmed a release date for her new record.

That mystery could be about to be cleared up, however, with numerous sources claiming that the record will be out this Friday, November 27th. The eighth full-length album of her career, Anti will reportedly be available exclusively on Jay Z’s streaming service Tidal for one week ahead of a wider traditional release on December 4th.

RihannaRihanna leaving the launch party for 'Anti's artwork

Though a spokesperson for the Barbadian-born singer did not provide a comment to any of the outlets reporting on it, many have been persuaded by the various mysterious Samsung adverts rolled out during Sunday night’s American Music Awards that Anti’s arrival is imminent.

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The star herself has also used her social media platforms to drop a series of cryptic clues about the new album. Last week, she tweeted a link to a specially-designed site ANTIdiaRy that contained a strange, seven-second clip of weird images that appeared to trail the album.

In other RiRi news, the 27 year old star announced a massive world tour on Monday (November 23rd) in support of the new record, whenever it actually comes out. Beginning on February 26th in San Diego, California, she’ll be taking in 36 cities across the U.S. and Canada in a spell that lasts until May 12th when she winds up back in Cali in Oakland.

After a brief break, she’ll be hitting the road again in June to take in the U.K. and Europe before ending on August 12th in Zurich, Switzerland. Travis Scott will be her support act during the North American leg, while the duties on the European part will be shared by The Weeknd and Big Sean.

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