Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by 3Xs, Dec 17, 2009.
Holy shit that was phenomenal!
Gays pulling up at the protest to ask annoying album questions
What a speech, wasn't it? She really is fantastic.
I could listen to her talk for hours! Her speech was so simple yet effective. Her music career is one thing, but it’s been incredible to see her evolve into such a great speaker and leader. Ugh, I love her.
Her speech was electric. I miss her so much.
I'm surprised the internet can hold so much talent in one picture without breaking.
The charisma, the power - she's a treasure.
I keep listening to Tame Impala's new album wondering what track Rihanna could cover. Right now it's "on track".
Must have asked about the album lol
Waking up and clicking to see a notification from this thread and being met with a random tweet, a sassy clap back, a new make up product...nightmare inducing.
Sure why not. If it's a "making the album" documentary, even better!
What in the world...
I couldn't out make what he was saying... but it didn't sound like what the tweet is suggesting. To me it sounded like he said it's got this Rihanna tempo". The other guy's reaction also doesn't sound like he just got major tea.
Time to unfollow it sis.
I need for the documentary to open with this right here
A rihmastered version, naturally
Oh my, I actually know how this song goes just by reading its title.
Justice for "Hurricane" from the same, actual, mixtape:
I have not heard this song since like 2009. I didn't even remember what it sounded like! This, Hotness, Roll It, Throw Ya Hands Up and Give Me A Try >>
For features to be such an important part of Rihanna's career, it's really interesting how little attention is paid to the features she did before GGGB. Her first officially released song was on a Memphis Bleek album track that came out a week before Pon De Replay. Maybe someone will pick up on this in some type of career retrospective piece since it's been 15 years.
Everyone: Please release R9, Rihanna.
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