Heartfelt and raw, Rihanna’s Sophie Muller-directed video for “Stay” captures the complete essence of one of the pop singer’s most vulnerable and honest songs.
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Tamar Braxton has A LOT to be excited about right now. Her new R&B ballad, “Love & War,” is now #1 on the iTunes US chart. She took it a step further, airing a stellar performance of the emotionally-charged song at a showcase on her WEtv series, ‘Tamar & Vince’ last night.
In less than 24 hours Tamar Braxton — the youngest of Toni Braxton’s sisters, not only released a hot new R&B ballad, “Love & War,” but has also managed to bum rush US and UK iTunes charts. The emotionally-charged song is burning up the competition with little more than word of mouth.
L.A producer RL Grime gives Rihanna’s “Pour It Up” a slightly sinister remix, playing up the track’s distortions, synths and booming bass. The original song, written and produced by Rihanna, Planet VI (Rock City), Mike Will Made-It, and J-Bo, serves as the singer’s second single from her first #1 album, ‘Unapologetic.’
As Rihanna embarks on her 777 tour to promote ‘Unapologetic,’ the accompanying digital booklet gives us artistic and candid visuals for the Bajan pop star’s seventh studio album. With creative direction by Ri herself and Ciarra Pardo, the images suit the album, which features a range of emotions — from high, happy and cocky to somber, self-reflective, and frustrated.
Rihanna has come a long way vocally, as proven by her November 10th appearance on Saturday Night Live. She performed two new songs from her forthcoming seventh studio album, Unapologetic, which will drop worldwide on November 19th.
Rihanna collaborates once again with director Anthony Mandler on a visually stunning new video for her latest single, “Diamonds.” The new visuals take us on wave of emotions for the song Rihanna calls “hopeful,” with scenes of her fearfully escaping a car on foot, shedding tears, surrounded by destruction, but then ultimately finding peace.
Rihanna has snagged her second Vogue U.S. cover photographed by the legendary Annie Leibovitz. The “Diamonds” singer, who recently shared the official album artwork for her upcoming seventh studio album, is “red hot” in a crimson Michael Kors embroidered floral-lace dress on the fashion bible’s November 2012 issue.