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Rihanna Shot the Music Video for 'Disturbia'

July 2, 2008 (3:47 am) GMT
The singer still continues the promotion for her re-release set "Good Girl Gone Bad: Reloaded" as she is set to premiere the new music video for the latest single from the album.
Rihanna

is still keen on promoting her repackaged set "" as the latest news reported that she has been shooting a new music video for one the LP's new songs "Disturbia". The R 'n' B singer shot the upcoming clip in Los Angeles and it is being directed by David LaChapelle, who previously worked with and .

It is still unclear what would be the theme for her new clip but as it can be seen from the pictures obtained by JustJared, it seems that it will be a unique one as she was spotted wearing a strange mask on the set. The shooting for the upcoming video itself has actually started from June 29 and was still being continued on Monday, July 1.

"Distubia" itself is the singer's third single that has been spawned from her re-released record as previously she has already outed "Take A Bow" and "If I Never See Your Face Again" featuring . The new song itself is a special track for her as it features background vocals from her rumored boyfriend .

Although she is still promoting her repackaged album, Rihanna reportedly has already had plans for her upcoming record. In her previous statement, the Barbadian star said that she wants to work with , and on her new record.

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