Pour It Up.
Rihanna's long-awaited "Pour It Up" music video was released recently. The track reached No. 1 on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay and also became Rihanna's 33rd Top 20 on the Billboard Hot 100.
RiRi <3 M.A.C.
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AMA Icon Award.
ihanna was the big star of the 2013 American Music Awards. She was given the very first AMA Icon Award and performed "Diamonds," one of her 12 Hot 100 No 1s. She also won the Soul/R&B Female Artist Award.
Go behind-the-scenes of Rihanna’s “What Now” video shoot in Thailand. “What Now” premieres Friday, November 15.
“It’s gonna be kinda eery, very creepy, because ‘What Now’ is one of those songs that you can get really boring with the visual,” said RiRi. “Everybody’s probably expecting like a narrative type of video, a love story of some sorts, something really soft and pretty. It is pretty and kinda soft, but it’s really a little demented.”
Glamour Magazine caught up with Rihanna in Barbados at her November 2013 cover-shoot. Watch as the musician/style icon/fashion mogul talks about how she creates her signature look, and why she’s so psyched about her new show, Styled to Rock.
It was announced this week that Rihanna is teaming up with Jay-Z in a new global marketing campaign for Budweiser and ETonline is proud to bring you this exclusive behind-the-scenes footage from the video shoot for her new commercial called “Dreams Are Made!”
In the spot for the beer brand’s “Made For Music” campaign, Rihanna is shown collaborating on her clothing designs with seamstresses and models and reveals some of the sources from which she draws her creative inspiration.
“As an artist, I draw inspiration from everywhere,” Rihanna explains. “From everything around me, different cultures, different textures, different visuals, looking at different buildings, different cities, graffiti on the wall. No matter what it is, there’s inspiration in everything. You can create with anything you see, you can use that to inspire something you want to make. It’s really exciting.”
The spot is set to Rihanna’s new hit single Right Now and captures the theme behind Budweiser’s new music-focused international marketing campaign that showcases top “makers” and “doers” from the entertainment world.
“Whatever you really love, whatever makes you happy, whatever it is that you’re truly passionate about — you would automatically put 100 percent into that and it would never feel like work or a chore,” the music superstar says. “It would actually be something that’s enjoyable. It becomes a career, it becomes an art, whatever it is that you do.”
RiRi gave a few lucky fans the chance to go backstage and meet her after last night’s show in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Take a look at almost 30 pictures after the jump. Follow them on Instagram: @nathalieg4l, @kiss_my_airs_, @majahrihanna and @da1elias.
Rihanna has unveiled a preview of her second collection for River Island, which is due to arrive in stores on May 25. Join the singer on a model fitting, as she explains what inspired her latest spring/summer 2013 high street line in a new behind-the-scenes film.
“I just wanted stuff that I wanted to wear because at the end of the day that’s what got me into designing – seeing things on the rack that were great, but that could have been a little more me,” said Rihanna. “Maybe they could have been a little longer or shorter, or have a little more sex appeal or a little less. I wanted to make clothes for fat days; stuff that I want to wear. I was being selfish. Hopefully, my friends and people who shop at River Island will have the same taste.”
Watch the star and her co-designer Adam Selman as they peruse the rails, holding up jumpsuits covered in floral and tie-dye prints, simple dresses in black and pink, an oversized military-style khaki jacket, a high-waisted skater skirt and slinky crop top.
“I made a piece for everybody in my crew, we all have different body types and different tastes – some are braver than others,” she said. “I think like that because that’s how women in the world are. We’re all different, we like different things, we have different occasions and different moods.”