Rihanna Actually Dropped Her New Song 'Work,' Featuring Drake. Anti Is Real! 

Anti is not our adult Santa, as we’ve come to fear; Anti may, in fact, be real, and at the very least “Work,” featuring Drake, is incredibly real, insofar that downloading something off Tidal for $1.29 after three attempts to pay is “real.” Never mind that, though: here’s a new freakin’ Rihanna song!

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Angry Just Brittany Fans Think Rihanna Stole 'BBHMM,' Are Likely Wrong

Fans of the Houston singer Just Brittany are currently irate on Twitter, claiming that Rihanna's latest single, "Bitch Better Have My Money," is a rip-off of Just Brittany's "Betta Have My Money," because both choruses feature the phrase "bitch better have my money." While I appreciate and respect fandom, especially…

Hear Two New Songs by Rihanna; Glorious, Glorious Rihanna

Rihzus Godsend Fenty has been doing the press rounds of late promoting Home, the animated children's film which cast her as the voice of the main character and forced her to be in the same room with Jim Parsons. She's also been slowly releasing the songs that she recorded for the soundtrack, which I present to you…

Does Whiskey Get You Feelin Pretty? Rih's New Song Has Me in Tears

I'm literally crying from literally two lines of Rihanna's new song "Higher," executive produced by Kanye. If these two perfectly iambic-tetrameter'ed lines are representative, this is going to be a tough, spacious, beautiful ballad—a navy one, you could say, dark shit with a rare and lovely touch of the blues. Can't…

Rihmergency: It's Rihanna's Slow Twerking Video for 'FourFiveSeconds'


It's here. Fashion geniuses Inez + Vinoodh directed this clip for Rih, Ye, and The Sir's new trio jam, which is why it looks like an outtake from W magazine. But it's also appropriately intimate for this song and the way all your homegirls are relating to it, which is alternately by singing along passionately in the…

Nah, Rihanna: A History of 'Vogue' Exploiting Queer People of Color

In 2008, Rihanna covered Madonna's "Vogue" for Fashion Rocks, the annual music-and-fashion-melding charity runway show. Accompanied by an elaborate stage show with ostrich feather-wielding buff dudes worthy of Madge herself, it was a fairly pitch-perfect interpretation of the 1990 single, no errant bouts of melisma…