Rihanna's latest album is finished or close to it. The "BBHMM" singer teased "ANTI's" completion on Monday, sharing a photo of herself wearing elaborate headphones while listening to each and every song she's worked so hard on over the last few months. While the release date remains unclear, the Rihanna Navy can finally revel in a piece of the highly anticipated project.

On Wednesday, the Barbados-native took to Twitter to unveil a new song. The track, titled "Work," features vocals from Drake. Could this be why the pair was spotted shooting a music video together? The song is currently available on Tidal.

Rihanna's latest tweet is the first since she posted a photo of herself sporting $8, 895 headphones. The pricey listening piece, designed by Dolce & Gabbanna, is made of embellished leather and features an attached gold crown. The headphones were released as a part of their FRENDS collection and have sold out since Rihanna shared the photo. 

Although her latest tweet offers little information about "ANTI," rumors continue to swirl. According to a report from Jan. 22, Rihanna, 27, may be releasing her album around the same time as Kanye West's album "Waves" (formerly known as "Swish) on Feb. 11. As for "Work" co-vocalist Drake's upcoming album, no date has been nailed down for the Canadian crooner's highly anticipated "Views From the 6," but it is thought to be coming in early 2016.

Rihanna Rihanna, photographed at the 2nd annual Diamond Ball in Santa Monica, California, on Dec. 10, 2015, has released the first single off "ANTI." Photo: Getty Images