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Rihanna And Kanye West Team Up With Paul McCartney For New Track

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Rihanna has released her latest single, "FourFiveSeconds," which features collaborations with Kanye West and Paul McCartney.

The track features a laid-back acoustic feel, with McCartney jamming on guitar while Rihanna sings, "I think I've had enough / I might get a little drunk / I say what's on my mind / I might do a little time / 'Cause all of my kindness is taken for weakness." West, meanwhile, raps, "Woke up an optimist/ Sun was shining, I'm positive/ Then I heard you was talkin' trash / Hold me back, I'm bout to spaz."

This is not the first time that West and McCartney have collaborated on a song. Their last joint song, "Only One," was released last year and dedicated to West's daughter with wife Kim Kardashian.

The new track, which was released to iTunes, will appear on Rihanna's eighth studio album (and her first since leaving Island Def Jam). Ne-Yo, Mike WiLL Made It and DJ Mustard are also featured as collaborators on the album.

Rihanna's eighth album is due early this year.

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