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Who is Rihana
International popstar Rihanna released her first album in 2005 and is known for such No. 1 hits as “Umbrella,” “SOS,” “Diamonds,” and “Work.”
Who Is Rihanna?
Popstar Rihanna signed with Def Jam records at age 16 and in 2005 released her first album Music of the Sun, which sold more than two million copies worldwide. She went on to release more albums and an array of hit songs, including “Unfaithful,” “Umbrella,” “Disturbia,” “Take a Bow,” “Diamonds” and “We Found Love.” A global pop star with an unrelentingly edgy image, Rihanna has also won multiple industry accolades, including Grammys and MTV awards.
Early Life
Singer Robyn Rihanna Fenty was born on February 20, 1988, in St. Michael Parish on the Caribbean island of Barbados. She is the eldest of three children born to Monica Fenty, an accountant, and Ronald Fenty, a warehouse supervisor. Rihanna’s childhood was marred by her father’s struggles with addictions to alcohol and crack cocaine and her parents’ marital problems — they divorced when she was 14 years old.
Rihanna also struggled with crippling headaches for several years during her childhood, a condition she attempted to hide from her friends and classmates so that they would not think she was abnormal. “I never expressed how I felt,” she remembered. “I always kept it in. I would go to school … you would never know there was something wrong with me.”
As a teenager, Rihanna turned to singing as a release from her troubles at home. She formed a girl group with two classmates; when they were 15 years old, they scored an audition with music producer Evan Rodgers, who was visiting the island with his Barbadian wife. Rogers was awed by the precociously beautiful and talented Rihanna, to the unfortunate detriment of her two friends. “The minute Rihanna walked into the room, it was like the other two girls didn’t exist,” he admitted.
Less than a year later, when Rihanna was only 16 years old, she left Barbados to move in with Rogers and his wife in Connecticut and work on recording a demo album. “When I left Barbados, I didn’t look back,” Rihanna recalled. “I wanted to do what I had to do, even if it meant moving to America.”
Songs
In January 2005, Rogers landed Rihanna an audition for Def Jam Records and its newly minted president, the legendary rapper

Jay-Z

. “I was in the lobby just shaking,” she recalled. However, once Rihanna opened her voice to sing she regained her composure. “I remember staring into everybody’s eyes in the room while I was singing, and at that point, I was fearless,” she said. “But the minute I stopped singing, I was like, ‘Oh my God, Jay-Z is sitting right in front of me.'” The hip-hop icon was every bit as wowed by Rihanna’s commanding presence as Rogers had been two years earlier, and he signed her on the spot. 

Rihanna
Biography(1988–)
International popstar Rihanna released her first album in 2005 and is known for such No. 1 hits as “Umbrella,” “SOS,” “Diamonds,” and “Work.”
Who Is Rihanna?
Popstar Rihanna signed with Def Jam records at age 16 and in 2005 released her first album Music of the Sun, which sold more than two million copies worldwide. She went on to release more albums and an array of hit songs, including “Unfaithful,” “Umbrella,” “Disturbia,” “Take a Bow,” “Diamonds” and “We Found Love.” A global pop star with an unrelentingly edgy image, Rihanna has also won multiple industry accolades, including Grammys and MTV awards.
Early Life
Singer Robyn Rihanna Fenty was born on February 20, 1988, in St. Michael Parish on the Caribbean island of Barbados. She is the eldest of three children born to Monica Fenty, an accountant, and Ronald Fenty, a warehouse supervisor. Rihanna’s childhood was marred by her father’s struggles with addictions to alcohol and crack cocaine and her parents’ marital problems — they divorced when she was 14 years old.
Rihanna also struggled with crippling headaches for several years during her childhood, a condition she attempted to hide from her friends and classmates so that they would not think she was abnormal. “I never expressed how I felt,” she remembered. “I always kept it in. I would go to school … you would never know there was something wrong with me.”
Move to the United States
As a teenager, Rihanna turned to singing as a release from her troubles at home. She formed a girl group with two classmates; when they were 15 years old, they scored an audition with music producer Evan Rodgers, who was visiting the island with his Barbadian wife. Rogers was awed by the precociously beautiful and talented Rihanna, to the unfortunate detriment of her two friends. “The minute Rihanna walked into the room, it was like the other two girls didn’t exist,” he admitted.
Less than a year later, when Rihanna was only 16 years old, she left Barbados to move in with Rogers and his wife in Connecticut and work on recording a demo album. “When I left Barbados, I didn’t look back,” Rihanna recalled. “I wanted to do what I had to do, even if it meant moving to America.”
Songs
In January 2005, Rogers landed Rihanna an audition for Def Jam Records and its newly minted president, the legendary rapper

Jay-Z

. “I was in the lobby just shaking,” she recalled. However, once Rihanna opened her voice to sing she regained her composure. “I remember staring into everybody’s eyes in the room while I was singing, and at that point, I was fearless,” she said. “But the minute I stopped singing, I was like, ‘Oh my God, Jay-Z is sitting right in front of me.'” The hip-hop icon was every bit as wowed by Rihanna’s commanding presence as Rogers had been two years earlier, and he signed her on the spot. 

“Pon de Replay,” “Unfaithful” and “SOS”
Only eight months later, in August 2005, she released her first single, “Pon de Replay,” a reggae-influenced club track that reached No. 2 on the Billboard singles chart and announced Rihanna as the next up-and-coming pop star. Her first album, Music of the Sun, released later that month, reached No. 10 on the Billboard albums chart and also featured the single “If It’s Lovin’ That You Want.” Rihanna released her second album, A Girl Like Me, the next year, spawning two major hits in “Unfaithful” and “SOS,” Rihanna’s first No. 1 single.
“Umbrella”
In 2007, Rihanna effected a transformation from cute teen pop princess to superstar and sex symbol with her third album, Good Girl Gone Bad, fueled by its smash hit lead single “Umbrella,” featuring Jay-Z. “It shows such growth for her as an artist,” Jay-Z said about the track. “If you listen to the lyrics to that song, you know the depth and how far she’s come.”
“Don’t Stop the Music,” “Disturbia” and “Hate That I Love You”
“Umbrella” topped the Billboard singles chart and earned Rihanna her first Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration. The album reached No. 2 on the charts and also featured the singles “Shut Up and Drive” and “Don’t Stop the Music,” the latter featuring a sample of

Michael Jackson

‘s “Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’.” Good Girl Gone Bad: Reloaded, released the following year, scored further hits in “Disturbia,” “Take a Bow” and “Hate That I Love You.”

“Only Girl (In the World)” and “S&M”
Continuing her onslaught of hit albums, Rihanna released Rated R in 2009 with the singles “Hard” and “Rude Boy.” Her 2010 album, Loud, was once again a commercial success behind the songs “What’s My Name,” “Only Girl (In the World)” and “S&M.”
Besides her own laundry list of hit songs, Rihanna collaborated on a host of popular songs by other artists from around this time, including Jay-Z’s “Run this Town,”

Eminem

‘s “Love the Way You Lie,” Maroon 5’s “If I Never See Your Face Again” and

Kanye West

‘s “All of the Lights.”

“We Found Love”
In 2011, Rihanna released her sixth studio album: Talk That Talk. The album included “We Found Love,” a track with DJ Calvin Harris that won the 2013 Grammy Award for best short-form music video.
On her Grammy-winning 2012 album Unapologetic, Rihanna turned out such hits as the No. 1

Sia Furler

tune “Diamonds” and “Stay,” featuring Mikky Ekko. (Interestingly, Unapologetic was the first Rihanna album to hit No. 1 on the pop charts.) She also worked with Coldplay on the track “Princess of China” and, the following year, reached No. 1 again with another Eminem collaboration, “The Monster.”

Known for her sexually provocative imagery and wild style, Rihanna made headlines for the sheer dress she wore to the Council of Fashion Designers of America awards ceremony in June 2014. She was there to receive the CFDA’s Fashion Icon Award and told the crowd that “Fashion has always been my defense mechanism,” according to an Associated Press report. Rihanna acknowledged that there were some rules to fashion, but explained that “rules are meant to be broken.” Around this time, the singer made a bold professional move as well: She switched from the Def Jam label to Jay-Z’s Roc Nation.
“FourFiveSeconds”
In August 2015, NBC announced that Rihanna would be the key adviser on The Voice‘s ninth season. That same year she contributed vocals to the single “FourFiveSeconds,” a collaboration with West and famed Beatle

Paul McCartney

, as well as releasing “B**** Better Have My Money,” a tune allegedly inspired by court wranglings with her former manager that also featured a highly controversial, violent music video. In 2015 Rihanna also became the first artist in history to have 100 million singles digitally downloaded and streamed.

 

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