It Looks Like Tidal Accidentally Released Rihanna’s Album … Then Took It Back

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As if the internet didn’t have enough fun today, it appears Tidal may have just accidentally uploaded Rihanna’s forever-pending latest album, Anti, to its site by mistake. There’s no trace of it now, but for a brief moment a link for the album was very much live, and the 13-song track list was very much out for all the world to see and play (here’s a snippet). It includes her newest single with Drake, “Work,” released earlier today, and her 4/20 gift “James Joint,” but, in a Kanye-level twist, does not include previous singles “Bitch Better Have My Money,” “FourFiveSeconds,” or “American Oxygen.” It does, however, have long-rumored songs “Kiss It Better” and “Higher” on it. Take a look for yourself, and keep close watch on Tidal for the foreseeable future.

Tidal Briefly Released Rihanna’s Album