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.
Rihanna is on the cover of the November issue of Glamour Magazine.
The photos were taken in Rihanna's hometown Barbados in August.
RiRi talks about nailing her style and "learning to be fearless
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.
Rihanna has returned to Number 1 on the Official UK Albums Chart with “Talk That Talk”. The Bajan singer, who was at Number 4 in Wednesday’s Official Albums Chart Update, has leapfrogged mid-week leader Plan B to retake the top spot with her sixth studio album. Since its release last November, “Talk That Talk” has spent an impressive 38 weeks in the Official Albums Chart Top 40 and is on course to break the million sales barrier over the coming weeks. The album, which debuted in the Top 10 in over 15 countries, has already sold over 3 million copies worldwide.
Rihanna has used her Instagram account (@badgalriri) to show Rihanna Navy the single cover for “Where Have You Been”, the 4th single from her latest album, “Talk That Talk”.
“‘Where Have You Been’ is the single that is going to start kicking in,” Rihanna told Capital FM. “We just shot the video with Dave Mars a couple of weeks ago. We wanted to use a lot of natural habitat. You know, we built a stage but everything went back to either a little bit of tribal or different cultures, and all mixed in to nature somehow, and it was fun. [There is] some dancing. We had to dance because that song is just dance central. You can’t stop moving when you hear it.’”
The track has already been added to the United States’ biggest radio stations: Z100 and KIIS FM. Make sure to start RIHquesting it!
Rihanna and Chris Brown have collaborated on remixes of each other’s tracks. The singing duo posted the new tracks on file sharing sites, also talking about them on their Twitter pages.
It was rumoured last week that they had been working together on Rihanna’s track ‘Birthday Cake’, which originally appeared on her latest album ‘Talk That Talk’. Listen to Rihanna and Chris Brown’s remix of ‘Birthday Cake’ below:
Earlier today, the Grammy winner posted a message to Rihanna wishing her a happy birthday. When she asked who wanted some “cake”, Brown responded: “Cake, cake cake!” and posted a link to a remix of ‘Birthday Cake’ on ZShare.
Rihanna wrote to Brown on Twitter: “‘Turn up the music’ remix,” then added: “It’s a download OVERLOAD!!! Working on more links for u guys, so err body could have some #CAKE.”
Listen to Chris Brown and Rihanna’s remix of ‘Turn Up The Music’ below:
“Birthday Cake producers Da Internz recently talked about extended “Birthday Cake” version. They have confirmed the song is COMING! And we might get it even this week!
They have also confirmed there’s a collaboration included! We just can’t wait! Who do you think will join Rihanna on this track?