Rihanna gets naked for Kiss It Better’s explicit music video

Ready yourself, new tracks from Anti are about to land.

Never one to be coy, Rihanna has unveiled a new NSFW music video for single Kiss It Better.

The promo’s arrival comes after the singer teased fans on social media with a set of racy images.

Clothing is in limited supply in the black and white video as Rihanna backlit lies in a wind tunnel, dice rolling across her stomach, with a sheer sheet draped over her body. Expect this to bring all sorts of #BreakTheInternet shenanigans to top the explicit cut of her Drake single Work.

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Back ache This can not be a comfortable pose. Image Picture Rihanna/Instagram

Kiss It Better is Rihanna’s tilt at coming up with a slow-burn anthemic power ballad, while Needed Me is her collaboration with producer DJ Mustard (no relation to Pat).

The new releases will continue Rihanna’s impressive Anti momentum in 2016. She’s currently top of the Billboard Top 100 with Work (for the sixth week running) and hit top spot in the album charts briefly before being knocking off the top spot by Gwen Stefani.

Anti went platinum within days of its initial release in January – but, in a sign of the decline of CDs, it only managed to shift 460 physical copies in its debut week.

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Arty Rihanna draped in a see-through sheet. Image Picture Rihanna/Instagram

The 28-year-old is currently in the middle of her Anti World Tour, with the UK leg beginning at Wembley Stadium this June. The 73-date run will wrap up with a show at Hylands Park in Chelmsford on August 21.

Next year she’ll feature alongside Cara Delevingne in Luc Besson’s first sci-fi film since The Fifth Element, the comic book-inspired Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.

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Loaded digital media manager Simon Reynolds has written about film and entertainment for various leading websites since 2008. Follow Simon at @simonreyn

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