Rihanna released yet another track from her eighth studio album on Monday. The interlude is called “James Joint,” and yes, it is marijuana-inspired.
In the slightly-longer than a minute track, Rihanna sings about smoking weed and falling in love with a bad boy.
“I’d rather be smoking weed whenever we breathe / Every time you kiss me / Don’t say that you miss me,” she sings. Listen below.
The “FourFiveSeconds” star released the song on her website with the caption, “In celebration of 420, here’s an interlude from my 8th studio album that I call James Joint.” The surprise release caused so many fans to flock to Rihanna’s website that it crashed soon after!
Rihanna mentioned her “James Joint” interlude in her cover story for V Magazine which was released on Tuesday.
“Dude, I’m in love with my interludes. This one called ‘James Joint’ is on constant repeat,” she told V.
We can’t say we blame her for having it on repeat! We might be in love with “James Joint” as well!
Rihanna’s album hasn’t even been given a release date or an official title yet, and we have already heard four potential tracks off of it.
“FourFiveSeconds” with Kanye West and Paul McCartney was released in January and later performed at the Grammy’s;”Bitch Better Have My Money” was performed at the iHeartRadio Music Awards after being teased on Dubsmash; and “American Oxygen” was released through Tidal.
The mysterious album seems like it is getting close! Follow us on Twitter for the latest info on Rihanna’s new album as more tracks become available.