Rihanna has truly been flourishing in the boss lane, the past year has seen her grow her empire very rapidly. The beauty is the cover beauty for the June 2018 issue of Vogue magazine. The Barbados native has her plate full with many business ventures under belt Fenty x Puma, Fenty Beauty, & she most recently announced that she will be releasing a lingerie line called Savage that will cater to women of all shapes.
Recently Riri let her fans know that new music is on the way & she spoke on that in the Vogue issue.
With her next record—her ninth—Rihanna is moving the needle on her creative output all over again: She plans to make a reggae album. Though it’s too soon to name a full list of collaborators, one early influence may be Supa Dups, the Jamaican-born record producer who has worked with such dancehall greats as Beenie Man, Sean Paul, and Elephant Man.
If Rihanna had to name her favorite reggae artist of all time, though, it would have to be Bob Marley.
“I’m gonna sound like a real tourist when I tell you my top Bob songs,” she says, pausing to scroll through a playlist on her iPhone before rattling off many of his most beloved hits: “Three Little Birds,” “No Woman, No Cry,” and “Redemption Song,” a Marley classic she has covered on tour. It may surprise you to learn that of all the tunes in the reggae icon’s catalog, “Buffalo Soldier” is the one that resonates with Rihanna on a deeply personal level. The song’s theme of upheaval and displacement is a familiar refrain for the singer, who was whisked away from Barbados to New York within months of being discovered by record producer Evan Rogers at the tender age of sixteen.
Rihanna also spoke about body image:
“I feel very beautiful and confident in my lingerie. It’s really about taking complete ownership of how you feel and the choices you make.”
Rihanna took fans behind-the-scenes of the shoot while doing her own makeup & showing a lot of her personality that fans enjoy watching.
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