Rihanna and Eminem both feature in a newly unveiled feature showing off behind-the-scenes on their music video for “The Monster”. Watch below:
Rihanna grabs her 22nd No. 1 on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart, as Shakira’s “Can’t Remember to Forget You,” featuring Rihanna, lifts 2-1. Dating to the chart’s Aug. 28, 1976, inception as a national survey, Rihanna trails only Madonna, the leader with 43 No. 1s.
“Can’t Remember to Forget You” is the lead single from Shakira’s self-titled album, released this week and due on next week’s charts. The song dips 31-34 on the Hot 100, where it’s reached No. 15.
Shakira’s music video for “Can’t Remember To Forget You” featuring Rihanna just came out! Watch below, share with your friends and purchase the track on iTunes.
The wait is ova!
The video for Shakira’s “Can’t Remember To Forget You” featuring Rihanna will be released this Thursday (January 30) during “Shakira: Off the Charts”, a 30-min special at 8PM ET/PT on E! News. Then watch the video at 8:35PM EST on VEVO. Watch the making of below and a sneak peek:
Shakira phoned into On Air with Ryan Seacrest after premiering her new track featuring Rihanna, “Can’t Remember to Forget You.” The songstress reveals that when it came to collaborating with RiRi she was nervous at first that it wouldn’t be able to happen:
“We’re both from the Caribbean, so I always thought we had this common ground and this song is pretty reggae, but it also has that rock attitude that I think Rihanna has, so that’s why I thought she was the natural choice for collaboration on this record, but I also thought it was a little bit of a challenge to get her to record this track because she’s so busy,” Shakira admits. ”I honestly thought it’d never happen, but I said, ‘I’m going to send it to her and see what happens.’ And she heard the record and she loved it and she said she was on board and I was the happiest girl alive!” The Voice coach explains the hit new track “is about that guy that gets under your skin that you can’t leave alone and I think that every woman has been through that …we can relate … but this song is not exactly a reflection of my life right now.”