• Rihanna has long been a gamechanger in the creative world – as a singer, a songwriter, an actress, a fashion designer, you name it. Rihanna's first introduction as PUMA Women's Creative Director, the PUMA Creeper remixes the iconic PUMA Suede with a little bit punk and a little bit rebel. Inspired by the NYC punk rock style, the PUMA Creeper – the first style of her PUMA by Rihanna Collection and FENTY label – ups the ante, refreshing the Suede with a platform "creeper" sole.
    Rihanna's last release for 2016 are three velvet colorways: Black, Burgundy and Cement, all available for $150.
    You can get the shoe of the year at PUMA.com, local PUMA stores or alternative stores such as madisonstyle.com.
     
    The 2017 Grammy Awards nominations have been announced and Rihanna is nominated in 8 categories:
    Record Of The Year ("Work") Best Pop Duo/Group Performance ("Work") Best R&B Performance ("Needed Me") Best R&B Song ("Kiss It Better") Best Urban Contemporary Album ("Anti") Best Rap/Sung Performance (Kanye West for "Famous") Best Recording Package ("Anti" Deluxe) Album of the Year ("Views", Drake featuring Rihanna) The top nominees are Beyoncé with nine, followed by Drake, Rihanna and Kanye West, who each garnered eight, and Chance The Rapper with seven.
    The Recording Academy will present the 59th Grammy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017, live from Staples Center in Los Angeles and broadcast on the CBS Television Network from 8–11:30 pm ET/5–8:30 pm PT.
    Since 2008, Rihanna won 8 Grammy Awards. Check out the full list here.
    Record Of The Year
    Hello - Adele Formation - Beyoncé 7 Years - Lukas Graham Work - Rihanna Featuring Drake Stressed Out - Twenty One Pilots Best Pop Duo/Group Performance
    Closer - The Chainsmokers Featuring Halsey 7 Years - Lukas Graham Work - Rihanna Featuring Drake Cheap Thrills - Sia Featuring Sean Paul Stressed Out - Twenty One Pilots Best R&B Performance
    Turnin' Me Up - BJ The Chicago Kid Permission - Ro James I Do - Musiq Soulchild Needed Me - Rihanna Cranes In The Sky - Solange Best R&B Song
    Come See Me - PartyNextDoor Featuring Drake Exchange - Bryson Tiller Kiss It Better - Rihanna Lake By The Ocean - Maxwell Luv - Tory Lanez Best Urban Contemporary Album
    Lemonade - Beyoncé Ology - Gallant We Are King - KING Malibu - Anderson .Paak Anti - Rihanna Best Rap/Sung Performance
    Freedom - Beyoncé Featuring Kendrick Lamar Hotline Bling - Drake Broccoli - D.R.A.M. Featuring Lil Yachty Ultralight Beam - Kanye West Featuring Chance The Rapper, Kelly Price, Kirk Franklin & The-Dream Famous - Kanye West Featuring Rihanna Best Recording Package
    Anti (Deluxe Edition) - Rihanna Blackstar - Dawid Bowie Human Performance - Parquet Courts Sunset Motel - Reckless Kelly 22, A Million - Bon Iver Album of the Year
    25 - Adele Lemonade - Beyonce Purpose - Justin Bieber Views - Drake (features Rihanna) A Sailor's Guide to Earth - Sturgill Simpson
    Prince Harry joined pop royalty Rihanna on World AIDS Day Thursday — and made a powerful statement on HIV.
    The pair were in Rihanna’s native Barbados together, where they are celebrating the country’s 50th anniversary of independence. On Thursday, they turned the spotlight on the fight against AIDS by undergoing an HIV finger-prick test “to show how easy it is to be tested for HIV,” Kensington Palace announced. The pair also gave a brief interview discussing the importance of the test.
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    The royal, 32,  and Rihanna, 28, took their tests in the center of Bridgetown, where they met volunteers manning the stands and the stalls, including a barber’s shop and a condom corner.
     
    With 2016 coming to an end we're getting annual charts summary. It was just announced that Rihanna was the most streamed female on Spotify. 
    The Anti singer became the top female artist of 2016, while her duet with Drake, “Work,” also landed on the top five songs of the year. Drake was the world’s most-streamed artist for the second straight year with 4.7 billion streams, which was up from 1.8 billion streams last year. Rihanna was the most-streamed female artist with more than 2.5 billion streams in 2016.
    And if you want to listen to more Rihanna music we got the best playlist for you! Make sure to follow it to not miss any hit songs!

    Top five artists for 2016:
    Drake Justin Bieber Rihanna Twenty One Pilots Kanye West Most Streamed Female Artists
    Rihanna Ariana Grande Sia Adele Fifth Harmony Most Streamed Male Artists
    Drake Justin Bieber Twenty One Pilots Kanye West Coldplay Most Streamed Tracks
    One Dance (feat. WizKid and Kyla) – Drake I Took A Pill in Ibiza – Seeb Remix – Mike Posner Don’t Let Me Down (feat. Daya) – The Chainsmokers Work (feat. Drake) – Rihanna Cheap Thrills – Sia
    Rihanna flew to Barbados after the 30th annual Footwear News Achievement Awards, where she was presented with the award for Shoe of the Year for the Fenty Puma Creeper.
    This Tuesday (November 30), Prince Harry met Rihanna at an event marking the 50th anniversary of Barbados' independence. RiRi was a surprise guest at the annual Toast the Nation event celebrating national achievements.
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    The two shook hands briefly inside a marquee shortly after Harry arrived at the event.
    Harry is reaching the end of his two-week tour of seven nations in the Caribbean on behalf of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth.
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    Last night (November 29) at the 30th annual Footwear News Achievement Awards, Rihanna was presented with the award for Shoe of the Year for the Fenty Puma Creeper.
    The shoe has had incredible success since its launch in September 2015, selling out in hours every single time new pairs were released. Rihanna, of course, arrived to the FNAAs wearing a black and white pair of Creepers.
    Rihanna is the first woman to win the Shoe of the Year award. Kanye West won the award for the Yeezy Boost 350 in 2015 and Stan Smith won for the Adidas Stan Smith sneaker in 2014.
    More photos available here.
    In her speech, Rihanna said that the award makes her “proud to be a woman and proud to be a young woman from Barbados, especially.”
    The singer and designer said she never expected people to love the Creepers as much as she does.
    “I didn’t expect people to love it the way I do, and the way they’ve supported it means so much to me.”
    She also gave a shoutout to her fans and inspiration: “All the Creeper fans and all the kids in the street who inspire me by doing things their own way.”
     
     
    Via Footwear News


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