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Mar 25 Rihanna Announces Something #R8-Related

Surprise releases are E V E R Y T H I N G, thank you Queen Beyoncé. Rihanna just took to her twitter to announce a second single (from her HIGHLY-anticipated forthcoming LP), following the Kanye West & Paul McCartney-assisted one, “FourFiveSeconds.” Of course the news came on her website, that is now crashed. Before it crashed, here is what we could gather, something titled “#BBHMM” will drop on March 26, which is TOMORROW *remembers to breathe* According to her official fansite, #BBHMM stands for “Bitch Better Have My Money.” Bibi Bourelly penned the single while Roc Nation’s Deputy produced...more

Mar 19 Listen: Home (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

In a matter of days, on March 27th to be exact, DreamWorks HOME will be hitting theatres. The animated film stars Rihanna as Tip and Jim Parsons as Oh. The film tells the story of Oh (Jim Parsons), “an alien on the run from his own people, lands on Earth and makes friends with the adventurous Tip, who is on a quest of her own.” All week long, Rihanna and her co-stars Jim Parsons and Steve Martin have been on a mini promo tour, stopping by Good Morning America, among other shows! Moments ago, the movie’s soundtrack was released in...more

Mar 16 Rihanna Teases New Song, “American Oxygen”

It is safe to say the R8 season is in session. In a space of 24 hours, Rihanna shared snippets of three new songs with her with her navy! She kicked off March 5th with a snippet of “Dancing In The Dark,” a song from the soundtrack of the upcoming animated movie, which she stares in, “HOME.” Midday March 5, she shared on Instagram two snippets of a song titled “Higher.” Before the day ended, she shared YET another song. This time, it was a song titled “American Oxygen” and it saw its first premiere in a 30-second NCAA March...more

Mar 09 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards – Performers

The 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards will take place at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles Sunday, and it will air LIVE on NBC. Early Monday morning, the host and performers for the award ceremony were announced. Jamie Foxx is scheduled to host the award ceremony, which is in its second year. The performers announced (so far) include: Rihanna, Iggy Azalea, Sam Smith, Madonna, Jason Aldean, Jamie Foxx, Meghan Trainor, Jason Derulo, Jennifer Hudson, Kelly Clarkson, Snoop Dogg, Nate Ruess, Alesso and Florida Georgia Line. Also slated to make an appearance is none other than Taylor Swift. Previously released was a...more

Mar 05 Teaser: Rihanna – “Higher” & “Dancing in the Dark”

You are about four five seconds away from hearing two new Rihanna songs. Previewed on Instagram moments ago is a song titled “Higher,” in which Rihanna sings, “This whisky got me feeling pretty, so pardon if I’m impolite.” Also released today is a short teaser of a new Rihanna song, “Dancing In The Dark.” The song is to be featured on the soundtrack of the animated movie Rihanna stares in, “HOME.” Last week, we got to listen to “Towards The Sun” which is also on the movie’s soundtrack. Here is the song “Higher” which she shared on Instagram: #NavyRDie A...more

Feb 24 Listen: Rihanna – “Towards The Sun” + Lyrics

During her well-deserved break, Rihanna has been doing a lot more than just recording one album — she has been recording two! Her new song “Towards The Sun” is the lead single off of the soundtrack for the upcoming Dreamworks movie, Home. The soundtrack for the movie will be released on March 17, and includes 12 brand new original songs by the Barbadian singer. The new song features Rihanna like we have never seen her before, accompanied by a choir of singing children and majestic, thumping drums. In addition to Rihanna’s contributions, Charli XCX, Jennifer Lopez and Kiesza will also...more

Feb 08 Now and Then: (GRAMMYs Edition)

Ever wonder what your favorite artists looked like when they made their very first appearance at the GRAMMY awards? Well, look no further, we’ve got you covered. The GRAMMYs, often referred to as “music’s biggest night,” has seen appearances from the likes of Beyoncé, Katy Perry, Taylor Swift, and more over the years. Every year, in addition to being nominated, some stars take the stage to performance or present. From meat costumes to risqué ones, here is a collection of photos of your favorite stars at their very first GRAMMYs: View Gallery 17 photos