Rihanna Unveils 'Where Have You Been' Video Set Photo

18 April 2012
The pieces of Rihanna's "Where Have You Been" music video puzzle are coming together, one photo at a time.

In a new black-and-white pic posted Monday on her Facebook page, the singer kneels in a landscape of tree branches and cascading flowers. Next to her is a white fur throw. Clad in a mesh bikini top and a metallic skirt, Rihanna is wearing her hair down and sporting big bangles.

In March, Rihanna was snapped on the set of the video. In a candid picture posted online, the singer is looking down, her hair is done up in a messy way and she's sporting no top, but is wearing lots of clunky bracelets. About the video, she teased, "Video shoot goin MAJAH!"

Weeks later, she dropped the single art for the song. In it, Rihanna covers most of her face with a leopard-print scarf. All fans see of her is her eye, all dolled up with heavy, smoky eye makeup.

"Where Have You Been" will be the third video released from Talk That Talk, following the footsteps of the quirky "You Da One" clip and the cinematic "We Found Love." This is also her second single produced and written by Calvin Harris, who also worked with her on "WFL." The song's production also gets an assist from Dr. Luke and Ester Dean, among others.

While she has yet to announce a release date for the video, she did offer a bit of insight into when it might drop, writing on Facebook, "The countdown to 'Where Have You Been' is on."

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