Rihanna may be looking to take a break after making seven albums in seven years.
The 25-year-old Barbadian pop star is currently embarking on her "Diamonds" World Tour with 71 dates, following the November release of her seventh album "Unapologetic." However, radio host and television personality Ryan Seacrest said he believes Rihanna will take a break from touring for some personal time.
"She's been in this go mode for a while. Seven hit records in seven years," Seacrest said in a U.K. station 95-106capitalfm.com report. "Sold out tours, but sources say after this tour wraps, she plans to take up to a year off to unwind."
While the singer has yet to confirm that she will take a year off from the spotlight after starting her tour in the U.S. and ending in the U.K., she has been vocal about her desire to take a vacation.
"I will probably have a kid. And I'm praying I can go on vacation for a good month," Rihanna revealed about her plans in five years to Elle U.K. "And [five years from now] I'll have set some things up so I don't have to tour for the rest of my life, even though I love touring. I want health and happiness in five years. I want to be healthy and happy."
Last summer, the singer's longtime collaborator Ne-Yo spoke about Rihanna's work ethic.
"She's a workhorse. She definitely has her fun, and she parties and lives her life," Ne-Yo said in a PerezHilton.com report. "But at the same time she works. She does not sleep."
After stepping onto the music scene with her first album "Music of The Sun" in 2005, the singer has made it clear that she is unsure whether she will release her eighth album in eight years before the new year.
"I'm just gonna lean in to whatever God is sending me. I just gotta feel it out," she said during a Q&A session with her fans at New York City's Best Buy Theater last November. "I can't plan that … you never know what's gonna happen."