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Rihanna Lyrics

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Rihanna Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Rude Boy
2 Photographs
3 The Last Song
4 Stupid In Love
5 G4L
6 Fire Bomb
7 Te Amo
8 Rockstar 101
9 Unfaithful
10 S&M (J. Cole Remix)
11 Russian Roulette
12 Hate That I Love You
13 Pon De Replay
14 Cold Case Love
15 SOS
16 Shut Up And Drive
17 Take A Bow
18 California King Bed (Single)
19 Rehab
20 Pon De Replay (Full Phatt Remix)
21 Good Girl Gone Bad
22 Hard
23 Breakin' Dishes
24 Who's That Chick
25 A Child Is Born
26 Disturbia
27 S&M (Single)
28 Music Of The Sun
29 Don't Stop The Music
30 Push Up on Me
31 Unfaithful (Remix)
32 Wait Your Turn
33 Say It
34 Cry
35 Mad House
36 You Don't Love Me (No, No, No)
37 That La, La, La
38 Lemme Get That
39 Question Existing
40 Hatin' On The Club [feat. The-Dream]
41 Coulda Been The One
42 Tide Is High
43 Winning Women
44 A Girl Like Me
45 Sell Me Candy
46 Goodbye
47 Let Me
48 Crazy Little Thing Called Love
49 If It's Lovin' That You Want (Part 2)
50 Break It Off
51 Bad Girl
52 Hole In My Head
53 Hypnotized
54 Willing To Wait
55 If It's Lovin' That You Want
56 Dem Haters
57 Now I Know
58 Happ Hour
59 We Ride
60 Bring It Back
61 Boom Boom
62 Should I?
63 Redemption Song
64 There's A Thug In My Life
65 Here I Go Again
66 Lost In Paradise
67 Skin
68 Talk That Talk
69 Only Girl (In The World)
70 Hate That I Love You*
71 Sexuality
72 Half of Me
73 Love The Way You Lie (Piano Version)
74 Farewell
75 What's My Name?
76 Tip Pon Toe
77 The Hotness
78 Red Lipstick
79 Stay
80 Silly Boy [with Lady Gaga]
81 S.O.S. Radio Disney Edit
82 We Found Love (Extended Mix)
83 Where Have You Been
84 Hurricane
85 If I Never See Your Face Again
86 Rude Boy (Remix) [feat. Rick Ross]
87 S.O.S. (Edited)
88 You Da One (Single)
89 Happy
90 Rude Boy (J4R Remix)
91 Hate That I Luv U
92 Ronnie And Clyde (feat. Shy Ronnie)
93 Unapologetic
94 Bubble Pop
95 We Found Love
96 Numb
97 Whipping My Hair
98 S&M (Remix)
99 Do Ya Thang
100 Selfish Girl
101 Fresh Off the Runway
102 Nitro Love
103 Fool In Love
104 We Found Love (Single)
105 Cheers (Drink To That)
106 Control Me
107 Final Goodbye
108 Loveeeeeee Song
109 S&M
110 You Da One
111 California King Bed
112 Vogue
113 Kisses Don't Lie
114 Jump
115 Slower To Heal
116 Cockiness (Love It)
117 Birthday Cake
118 Rush
119 Right Now
120 Complicated
121 We All Want Love
122 Diamonds
123 Haunted
124 What Now
125 Black Butterflies
126 Drunk On Love
127 The One
128 Oh Baby
129 Nobody's Business
130 Love Without Tragedy / Mother Mary
131 Love The Way You Lie, Pt. 2
132 Suicide
133 The Last Time
134 A Million Miles Away
135 Get It Over With
136 Fading
137 Roc Me Out
138 Man Down
139 P.S. (I'm Still Not Over You)
140 No Love Allowed
141 Raining Men
142 Watch 'n Learn
143 Pour It Up
144 Just Be Happy

Rihanna Bio

Rihanna established her dance-pop credentials in summer 2005 with her debut smash hit, "Pon de Replay," and continued to demonstrate such hit potential in subsequent years (e.g., "S.O.S.," 2006; "Umbrella," 2007). By the time her third album, Good Girl Gone Bad, arrived in 2007, she was a full-fledged international pop star with a regular presence atop the charts, from Germany to Japan. Born Robyn Rihanna Fenty on February 20, 1988, in Saint Michael, Barbados, she always exhibited a certain star quality, winning beauty and talent contests as a schoolchild. But because she lived on the fairly remote island of Barbados in the West Indies, she never foresaw the sort of stardom that would later befall her.

That stardom came courtesy of a fateful meeting with a man named Evan Rogers. The New Yorker was vacationing in Barbados with his wife, a native of the island, when someone turned him on to Rihanna. Since Rogers had spent years producing pop artists -- including superstars like *NSYNC, Christina Aguilera, Jessica Simpson, Kelly Clarkson, Laura Pausini, and Rod Stewart -- he offered her the opportunity to record some music after he recognized her talent. Along with Rogers' production partner, Carl Sturken (the other half of Syndicated Rhythm Productions), Rihanna recorded several demos that sparked the interest of the Carter Administration -- that is, newly appointed Def Jam president Shawn "Jay-Z" Carter. This led to an audition and, in turn, an on-the-spot offer to sign with Def Jam, which Rihanna indeed inked on the spot.

Come summer 2005, Def Jam rolled out "Pon de Replay," the lead single of Music of the Sun. Produced almost entirely by Rogers and Sturken, the song also synthesized Caribbean rhythms with urban-pop songwriting. "Pon de Replay" caught fire almost immediately, climbing all the way to number two on The Billboard Hot 100 and contesting the half-summer reign of Mariah Carey's "We Belong Together" atop the chart -- this was before Music of the Sun even had been released. The album spawned one other hit, "If It's Lovin' That You Want," which broke the Top 40. Rihanna's follow-up album, A Girl Like Me, was a greater success, spawning three big singles: a chart-topper ("S.O.S.") and two Top Tens ("Unfaithful," "Break It Off").

Rihanna's third album, Good Girl Gone Bad (2007), continued her success and, more notably, signaled a change of direction. Whereas her past two albums had been imbalanced -- often weighed down by faceless balladry and canned Caribbean-isms -- Good Girl Gone Bad was a first-rate dance-pop album. Moreover, it was surprisingly solid, stacked with several chart-topping singles and boasting collaborations with Jay-Z, Ne-Yo, Timbaland, and StarGate. The lead single, "Umbrella," shot to number one and, for the third year in a row, was a potential "song of the summer." By this point it was clear that Rihanna had become one of the biggest singles artists of the mid-2000s.