Rihanna isn't ready to close the book on 'Unapologetic,' which dropped in November and gave the oft-topless one her first No.1 album. She is said to be readying the next single in the form of 'Right Now.' Additionally, RiRi's keeping busy and working on her second collection for River Island and even shared a photo of herself getting those talon-manicured hands dirty and involved in the design process.

First things first -- the music. While the spare, Mikky Ekko-assisted ballad 'Stay' is still burning up radio charts, RiRi is already eyeing the future, according to sources.

'Right Now' is an untz-heavy dance track, which is what Ri needs at this point in the promotional cycle for the album, as a lot of the material that’s been released from her seventh record has been a bit heavy, content-wise. 'Right Now' is as Rihanna-esque as any of her past material.

The beat-driven song features David Guetta, upping its cool factor. But then again, when does Rihanna ever need her cool factor upped? How 'bout never!

And as for her next range for River Island?

She captioned the shot of her working on the new line, which is for the fall and winter seasons. Her debut collection looked lifted right from one of her closets, so we expect a similar aesthetic on the next go-round.

Rihanna posted: "Me and my better half @adamselman in design mode!! We went to #WERK on the upcoming #RihannaForRIVERISLAND Autumn and Winter collections! No really, we took it there! Like its not fair that you could get this kinda s--- at #RIHverIsland."

Peep the pic below to see Rihanna-as-designer. She's in a zone.


Listen to Rihanna 'Right Now' Feat. David Guetta