Beyonce and Rihanna have mastered the art of creating catchy, iconic pop songs. Bey launched a fashion trend, a signature dance move and thousands of copycats with her hit 'Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It.)' Rihanna, on the other hand, started a debate on the meaning of 'Umbrella' in one of her biggest songs to date. Which song should be known as the Greatest Pop Song of the Modern Era?
Rihanna is a workhorse who can be counted on to release an album a year. Surprisingly, she didn't drop a new platter in 2013, despite rumors that she might do so last November. However, she may return to the retail playing field this year with a new album, but in a totally different and unexpected way.
It's that time of the week again. See what your favorite celebrities chowed down on and tossed back, courtesy of food selfies shared on Instagram.
The most unforgettable thing about the Shakira x Rihanna duet 'Can't Remember to Forget You' is likely the sexy video where the two divas cavort in a bed. But the song itself is a grower; it grows on you after multiple listens, thanks to the ladies and their vocal chemistry, to say nothing of their physical heat!
Rihanna landed her third Vogue cover, this time rocking her signature pixie, a sheer black top and jeans for the March 2014 issue. The feature pretty much explains and celebrates the "Rihanna Effect" in fashion, which is essentially the notion that her look is copyable on the mass level and that women want to dress like her.