Don't expect a new Rihanna and  Drake collaboration to come any time soon.

In an interview the New York Times' T Magazine published yesterday (May 19), RiRi opens up about her upcoming album, which is alludes to being a Reggae-infused LP. During her conversation with the publication, the singer was asked if she had any collaborations planned with Drake on the album or in the future. Rihanna made it known that there's not one coming down the pipleline.

“Not anytime soon, I don’t see it happening. Not on this album, that’s for sure,” Rihanna said.

Rihanna and Drizzy, two artists who'd been romantically linked to one another a couple of years ago, have made plenty of chart-topping records in the past, with tracks like"Work," "Take Care" and their first collaboration "What's My Name?" to their credit. Her response didn't sound like it was one laced with any bitterness, but fans looking for a new 6ix God and RiRi collab are probably disappointed.

Last year, Drake and Chris Brown appeared to squash their long-standing beef when Drizzy brought out the singer at the Aubrey And The Three Migos Tour in Los Angeles. Then, earlier this year, Brown confirmed he and Drake have a song together on his upcoming Indigo album. In fact, a snippet of their collaboration reportedly leaked at the beginning of May.

Check out footage from her T Magazine feature below.

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