Rihanna Releases 'James Joint' From 'R8' Album to Celebrate 4/20

The 1-minute track about RiRi's love for weed has been described as 'an interlude from [her] 8th studio album.'

AceShowbiz - %cRihanna% has released a new song in honor of 4/20. Arriving a day late on Tuesday, April 21 via her website RihannaNow, the track called "James Joint" is "an interlude from [her] 8th studio album."

The Bajan singer aptly talks about her love for weed on the 1-minute song. "I'd rather be smoking weed whenever we breathe/ Everytime you kiss me/ Don't say that you miss me/ Just come get me," she sings.

In a new interview with V magazine, Rihanna discusses "James Joint" and how much she loves it. "Dude, I'm in love with my interludes," she says. "This one called 'James Joint' is on constant repeat."

She also drops new details about her long-awaited eighth studio effort. "[The album is] soulful and aggressive, whether it's lyrically, musically, or just the tone of my voice," she continues. Still having no official title and release date, the follow-up to 2012's "Unapologetic" will also include the previously-released songs like "FourFiveSeconds" (featuring %cKanye West% and %cPaul McCartney%), "B**ch Better Have My Money" and "American Oxygen".

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