While Rihanna's "Work" is still the No. 1 song on the Hot 100, she's now also pushing her latest single, "Needed Me," and today, she shares the official video for the ANTI track. The video is directed by Harmony Korine, who last directed the film Spring Breakers, and is best known for writing the 1995 cult classic Kids. In the past, he's directed videos for The Black Keys, Sonic Youth, Cat Power, and more.
In the explosive video, Rihanna is running with some savages, while riding around on motorcycles and wielding guns down in Miami. Rihanna eventually makes her way to a grimy strip club where she confronts a worthy foe and ends up shooting him in the chest in an epic slow motion scene. Basically, this video further confirms that RiRi is not to be messed with in any way. That is unless you want to get shot. For Rihanna, this is another great video from ANTI, which follows visuals for both "Work" and "Kiss It Better." You can purchase ANTI on iTunes here.