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“Only Girl (In The World)” video photoshoot surfaces
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This deserves a separate post! Althrough it’s been almost 4 years since the video was released, the official on the set photoshoot appears now – and we love it! Check it out in our gallery!

Watch the video below:

“Pour It Up” becomes Rihanna’s 17th VEVO Certified
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Rihanna’s epic music video for “Pour It Up”, released in October 2013, has just become her 17h VEVO Certified — meaning the video has reached 100 million videos!

FYI: Rihanna is the artist with the most VEVO Certified videos. Watch them here.

Watch now: “Can’t Remember To Forget You” music video
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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.

“Can’t Remember To Forget You” video coming tomorrow (Updated)
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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:

Anthony Mandler talks Rihanna
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Rihanna has been video director Anthony Mandler’s muse, as the two have collaborated on 17 videos together, spanning from “Unfaithful” in 2006 to “Diamonds.” He recently talked to Vanity Fair and was asked about RiRi. Read below:

Having worked with Rihanna on 17 videos, how would you say she’s evolved since  “Unfaithful”?

The way I look at it, she was a complete form—an undeveloped complete form, if that makes sense—when I first worked with her on “Unfaithful.” There was this incredible power and emotion, this kind of dark side, and duality. At that point, she was kind of a Bajan island singer. I didn’t know what to do with her. Was she R&B? Pop? Reggae? I think on “Unfaithful” she found the beginning of a lane and a voice. If you look at the songs before that, “Pon de Replay,” stuff like that, they would kind of fit her into a marketable box, more like a female Sean Paul . . . That was what seemed like made sense. But the truth is that anybody who knew her at the time, anybody who worked with her, saw there was this other thing, this incredible fire, this incredible wise-beyond-years thing. It was just about her outgrowing the youth, outgrowing the constraints of the label, having enough hits, making your own decisions enough times. If you knew every single step along the way, you would say, “This could never happen; this never happens.” And it doesn’t. She’s the once in a generation. She’s the biggest star in the world.

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