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Which Rihanna Are You? Take the Quiz!

Before "Work" and 'ANTI' there was “Pon De Replay," there was "Umbrella," and there was "We Found Love." Which era of Rih do you most identify with? Find out here!

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Pick a Rihanna single.

NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 13: Singer Rihanna attends  Alliance's 2nd annual Music UpFront on September 13, 2005 in New York, NY. (

"Pon de Replay" Rihanna

"Pon de Replay" is the song that brought Queen Rih into our lives. It's found on her first full-length, 'Music of the Sun,' that Rihanna released when she was just 17 years old. Kind of makes you feel like you've wasted your life, right? We kid, because this is your answer, so you already know you're that great. This was released at a time where no one really knew about the kind of career she would have, but there was always something magic about her. If you identify with this, you're probably a hardworking, creative person on the cusp of something awesome. Don't give up, success is right around the corner!

TOKYO - JULY 07: Rihanna performs on stage at the Tokyo leg of the Live Earth series of concerts, at Makuhari Messe, Chiba on

"Umbrella" Rihanna

"Umbrella" seems to be the tune that really drove Rihanna's success—at the very least, it's the one that made her an international super star...and to think, it was a track Britney Spears passed on! It's perhaps most interesting that, although Jay Z is featured on the track, Rih held her own, dominating a track and making it hers. If this is your answer, you're probably an assertive person, one unafraid of taking risks. It's an important skill.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Blake Lively" Episode 1562 -- Airdate 12/052009 -- Pictured: Dana Edelson/NBCU Photo Bank

"Rude Boy" Rihanna

By the time "Rude Boy" hit number one, Rihanna already had five singles do the same. She was unstoppable. What makes this tune remarkable, however, is that it's pretty experimental. Ri has always played to her Barbadian roots but "Rude Boy" truly had her embracing her Caribbean identity. It's something of a dancehall / reggae pop tune, one that just continued to prove Rihanna's awesomeness. If this is your answer, you're a strong-willed person, one unafraid to try new things...but you always stay true to yourself, and that's key.

Rihanna performs on MTV's "The Seven" outside MTV Studios in Times Square on November 15, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Ja

"Only Girl (In The World)" Rihanna

"Only Girl (In The World)" came out in 2010, during red-hair era Rihanna. At this point, Rih didn't have anything to prove: She was a superstar and she was only going to get bigger. What makes this tune unique is that it kind of feels like European electropop. It's upbeat and engaging in a way a lot of tunes are now, but Rihanna was early to the party. If this is your answer, you're probably something of a trendsetter. You love adventure and learning, and those are two traits that will take you far.

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - NOVEMBER 17: Singer Rihanna performs onstage at FOX's "The X Factor" Top 10 to 9 Live Elimination Show o

"We Found Love" Rihanna

Long before Calvin Harris scored a song of the "Summer" and a girlfriend in Taylor Swift, he was working with Rih on what would become one of the biggest songs of 2011. This bad boy topped the Billboard chart for ten non-consecutive weeks. It, like many of Rihanna's singles, felt like she was setting a trend. EDM was massive (still is, of course) but EDM and pop? Rih did it first, in a way that made sense to all audiences. If this is your answer, you're probably a problem solver, the kind of person to see opportunity and take it with all your might.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Louis C.K." Episode 1683 -- Pictured: Dana Edelson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

"Work" Rihanna

We consider this the "Bitch Better Have My Money"-era, too. The current Rihanna reign is perhaps the most interesting. She's had a full decade of hits under her belt. Ri has become more than a musician; she's an icon. As a living legend, instead of pandering to whatever trend or powers that exist, she does what makes the most sense to her at any given time, which is why 'ANTI' is so interesting. Even still, she makes it universal. "Work" is all about progression, finding the next thing and really going for it. It can be lonely at the top, but you wouldn't have it any other way.


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Our girl acts and does voice work, too. Do you have a fave Rih movie?

NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 13: Singer Rihanna attends  Alliance's 2nd annual Music UpFront on September 13, 2005 in New York, NY. (

"Pon de Replay" Rihanna

"Pon de Replay" is the song that brought Queen Rih into our lives. It's found on her first full-length, 'Music of the Sun,' that Rihanna released when she was just 17 years old. Kind of makes you feel like you've wasted your life, right? We kid, because this is your answer, so you already know you're that great. This was released at a time where no one really knew about the kind of career she would have, but there was always something magic about her. If you identify with this, you're probably a hardworking, creative person on the cusp of something awesome. Don't give up, success is right around the corner!

TOKYO - JULY 07: Rihanna performs on stage at the Tokyo leg of the Live Earth series of concerts, at Makuhari Messe, Chiba on

"Umbrella" Rihanna

"Umbrella" seems to be the tune that really drove Rihanna's success—at the very least, it's the one that made her an international super star...and to think, it was a track Britney Spears passed on! It's perhaps most interesting that, although Jay Z is featured on the track, Rih held her own, dominating a track and making it hers. If this is your answer, you're probably an assertive person, one unafraid of taking risks. It's an important skill.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Blake Lively" Episode 1562 -- Airdate 12/052009 -- Pictured: Dana Edelson/NBCU Photo Bank

"Rude Boy" Rihanna

By the time "Rude Boy" hit number one, Rihanna already had five singles do the same. She was unstoppable. What makes this tune remarkable, however, is that it's pretty experimental. Ri has always played to her Barbadian roots but "Rude Boy" truly had her embracing her Caribbean identity. It's something of a dancehall / reggae pop tune, one that just continued to prove Rihanna's awesomeness. If this is your answer, you're a strong-willed person, one unafraid to try new things...but you always stay true to yourself, and that's key.

Rihanna performs on MTV's "The Seven" outside MTV Studios in Times Square on November 15, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Ja

"Only Girl (In The World)" Rihanna

"Only Girl (In The World)" came out in 2010, during red-hair era Rihanna. At this point, Rih didn't have anything to prove: She was a superstar and she was only going to get bigger. What makes this tune unique is that it kind of feels like European electropop. It's upbeat and engaging in a way a lot of tunes are now, but Rihanna was early to the party. If this is your answer, you're probably something of a trendsetter. You love adventure and learning, and those are two traits that will take you far.

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - NOVEMBER 17: Singer Rihanna performs onstage at FOX's "The X Factor" Top 10 to 9 Live Elimination Show o

"We Found Love" Rihanna

Long before Calvin Harris scored a song of the "Summer" and a girlfriend in Taylor Swift, he was working with Rih on what would become one of the biggest songs of 2011. This bad boy topped the Billboard chart for ten non-consecutive weeks. It, like many of Rihanna's singles, felt like she was setting a trend. EDM was massive (still is, of course) but EDM and pop? Rih did it first, in a way that made sense to all audiences. If this is your answer, you're probably a problem solver, the kind of person to see opportunity and take it with all your might.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Louis C.K." Episode 1683 -- Pictured: Dana Edelson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

"Work" Rihanna

We consider this the "Bitch Better Have My Money"-era, too. The current Rihanna reign is perhaps the most interesting. She's had a full decade of hits under her belt. Ri has become more than a musician; she's an icon. As a living legend, instead of pandering to whatever trend or powers that exist, she does what makes the most sense to her at any given time, which is why 'ANTI' is so interesting. Even still, she makes it universal. "Work" is all about progression, finding the next thing and really going for it. It can be lonely at the top, but you wouldn't have it any other way.


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Of the following, what's your fave Rih music video?

NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 13: Singer Rihanna attends  Alliance's 2nd annual Music UpFront on September 13, 2005 in New York, NY. (

"Pon de Replay" Rihanna

"Pon de Replay" is the song that brought Queen Rih into our lives. It's found on her first full-length, 'Music of the Sun,' that Rihanna released when she was just 17 years old. Kind of makes you feel like you've wasted your life, right? We kid, because this is your answer, so you already know you're that great. This was released at a time where no one really knew about the kind of career she would have, but there was always something magic about her. If you identify with this, you're probably a hardworking, creative person on the cusp of something awesome. Don't give up, success is right around the corner!

TOKYO - JULY 07: Rihanna performs on stage at the Tokyo leg of the Live Earth series of concerts, at Makuhari Messe, Chiba on

"Umbrella" Rihanna

"Umbrella" seems to be the tune that really drove Rihanna's success—at the very least, it's the one that made her an international super star...and to think, it was a track Britney Spears passed on! It's perhaps most interesting that, although Jay Z is featured on the track, Rih held her own, dominating a track and making it hers. If this is your answer, you're probably an assertive person, one unafraid of taking risks. It's an important skill.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Blake Lively" Episode 1562 -- Airdate 12/052009 -- Pictured: Dana Edelson/NBCU Photo Bank

"Rude Boy" Rihanna

By the time "Rude Boy" hit number one, Rihanna already had five singles do the same. She was unstoppable. What makes this tune remarkable, however, is that it's pretty experimental. Ri has always played to her Barbadian roots but "Rude Boy" truly had her embracing her Caribbean identity. It's something of a dancehall / reggae pop tune, one that just continued to prove Rihanna's awesomeness. If this is your answer, you're a strong-willed person, one unafraid to try new things...but you always stay true to yourself, and that's key.

Rihanna performs on MTV's "The Seven" outside MTV Studios in Times Square on November 15, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Ja

"Only Girl (In The World)" Rihanna

"Only Girl (In The World)" came out in 2010, during red-hair era Rihanna. At this point, Rih didn't have anything to prove: She was a superstar and she was only going to get bigger. What makes this tune unique is that it kind of feels like European electropop. It's upbeat and engaging in a way a lot of tunes are now, but Rihanna was early to the party. If this is your answer, you're probably something of a trendsetter. You love adventure and learning, and those are two traits that will take you far.

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - NOVEMBER 17: Singer Rihanna performs onstage at FOX's "The X Factor" Top 10 to 9 Live Elimination Show o

"We Found Love" Rihanna

Long before Calvin Harris scored a song of the "Summer" and a girlfriend in Taylor Swift, he was working with Rih on what would become one of the biggest songs of 2011. This bad boy topped the Billboard chart for ten non-consecutive weeks. It, like many of Rihanna's singles, felt like she was setting a trend. EDM was massive (still is, of course) but EDM and pop? Rih did it first, in a way that made sense to all audiences. If this is your answer, you're probably a problem solver, the kind of person to see opportunity and take it with all your might.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Louis C.K." Episode 1683 -- Pictured: Dana Edelson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

"Work" Rihanna

We consider this the "Bitch Better Have My Money"-era, too. The current Rihanna reign is perhaps the most interesting. She's had a full decade of hits under her belt. Ri has become more than a musician; she's an icon. As a living legend, instead of pandering to whatever trend or powers that exist, she does what makes the most sense to her at any given time, which is why 'ANTI' is so interesting. Even still, she makes it universal. "Work" is all about progression, finding the next thing and really going for it. It can be lonely at the top, but you wouldn't have it any other way.


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Pick a Rihanna collaborator.

NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 13: Singer Rihanna attends  Alliance's 2nd annual Music UpFront on September 13, 2005 in New York, NY. (

"Pon de Replay" Rihanna

"Pon de Replay" is the song that brought Queen Rih into our lives. It's found on her first full-length, 'Music of the Sun,' that Rihanna released when she was just 17 years old. Kind of makes you feel like you've wasted your life, right? We kid, because this is your answer, so you already know you're that great. This was released at a time where no one really knew about the kind of career she would have, but there was always something magic about her. If you identify with this, you're probably a hardworking, creative person on the cusp of something awesome. Don't give up, success is right around the corner!

TOKYO - JULY 07: Rihanna performs on stage at the Tokyo leg of the Live Earth series of concerts, at Makuhari Messe, Chiba on

"Umbrella" Rihanna

"Umbrella" seems to be the tune that really drove Rihanna's success—at the very least, it's the one that made her an international super star...and to think, it was a track Britney Spears passed on! It's perhaps most interesting that, although Jay Z is featured on the track, Rih held her own, dominating a track and making it hers. If this is your answer, you're probably an assertive person, one unafraid of taking risks. It's an important skill.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Blake Lively" Episode 1562 -- Airdate 12/052009 -- Pictured: Dana Edelson/NBCU Photo Bank

"Rude Boy" Rihanna

By the time "Rude Boy" hit number one, Rihanna already had five singles do the same. She was unstoppable. What makes this tune remarkable, however, is that it's pretty experimental. Ri has always played to her Barbadian roots but "Rude Boy" truly had her embracing her Caribbean identity. It's something of a dancehall / reggae pop tune, one that just continued to prove Rihanna's awesomeness. If this is your answer, you're a strong-willed person, one unafraid to try new things...but you always stay true to yourself, and that's key.

Rihanna performs on MTV's "The Seven" outside MTV Studios in Times Square on November 15, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Ja

"Only Girl (In The World)" Rihanna

"Only Girl (In The World)" came out in 2010, during red-hair era Rihanna. At this point, Rih didn't have anything to prove: She was a superstar and she was only going to get bigger. What makes this tune unique is that it kind of feels like European electropop. It's upbeat and engaging in a way a lot of tunes are now, but Rihanna was early to the party. If this is your answer, you're probably something of a trendsetter. You love adventure and learning, and those are two traits that will take you far.

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - NOVEMBER 17: Singer Rihanna performs onstage at FOX's "The X Factor" Top 10 to 9 Live Elimination Show o

"We Found Love" Rihanna

Long before Calvin Harris scored a song of the "Summer" and a girlfriend in Taylor Swift, he was working with Rih on what would become one of the biggest songs of 2011. This bad boy topped the Billboard chart for ten non-consecutive weeks. It, like many of Rihanna's singles, felt like she was setting a trend. EDM was massive (still is, of course) but EDM and pop? Rih did it first, in a way that made sense to all audiences. If this is your answer, you're probably a problem solver, the kind of person to see opportunity and take it with all your might.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Louis C.K." Episode 1683 -- Pictured: Dana Edelson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

"Work" Rihanna

We consider this the "Bitch Better Have My Money"-era, too. The current Rihanna reign is perhaps the most interesting. She's had a full decade of hits under her belt. Ri has become more than a musician; she's an icon. As a living legend, instead of pandering to whatever trend or powers that exist, she does what makes the most sense to her at any given time, which is why 'ANTI' is so interesting. Even still, she makes it universal. "Work" is all about progression, finding the next thing and really going for it. It can be lonely at the top, but you wouldn't have it any other way.


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Which of these classic Rihanna tweets speaks to your soul?

NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 13: Singer Rihanna attends  Alliance's 2nd annual Music UpFront on September 13, 2005 in New York, NY. (

"Pon de Replay" Rihanna

"Pon de Replay" is the song that brought Queen Rih into our lives. It's found on her first full-length, 'Music of the Sun,' that Rihanna released when she was just 17 years old. Kind of makes you feel like you've wasted your life, right? We kid, because this is your answer, so you already know you're that great. This was released at a time where no one really knew about the kind of career she would have, but there was always something magic about her. If you identify with this, you're probably a hardworking, creative person on the cusp of something awesome. Don't give up, success is right around the corner!

TOKYO - JULY 07: Rihanna performs on stage at the Tokyo leg of the Live Earth series of concerts, at Makuhari Messe, Chiba on

"Umbrella" Rihanna

"Umbrella" seems to be the tune that really drove Rihanna's success—at the very least, it's the one that made her an international super star...and to think, it was a track Britney Spears passed on! It's perhaps most interesting that, although Jay Z is featured on the track, Rih held her own, dominating a track and making it hers. If this is your answer, you're probably an assertive person, one unafraid of taking risks. It's an important skill.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Blake Lively" Episode 1562 -- Airdate 12/052009 -- Pictured: Dana Edelson/NBCU Photo Bank

"Rude Boy" Rihanna

By the time "Rude Boy" hit number one, Rihanna already had five singles do the same. She was unstoppable. What makes this tune remarkable, however, is that it's pretty experimental. Ri has always played to her Barbadian roots but "Rude Boy" truly had her embracing her Caribbean identity. It's something of a dancehall / reggae pop tune, one that just continued to prove Rihanna's awesomeness. If this is your answer, you're a strong-willed person, one unafraid to try new things...but you always stay true to yourself, and that's key.

Rihanna performs on MTV's "The Seven" outside MTV Studios in Times Square on November 15, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Ja

"Only Girl (In The World)" Rihanna

"Only Girl (In The World)" came out in 2010, during red-hair era Rihanna. At this point, Rih didn't have anything to prove: She was a superstar and she was only going to get bigger. What makes this tune unique is that it kind of feels like European electropop. It's upbeat and engaging in a way a lot of tunes are now, but Rihanna was early to the party. If this is your answer, you're probably something of a trendsetter. You love adventure and learning, and those are two traits that will take you far.

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - NOVEMBER 17: Singer Rihanna performs onstage at FOX's "The X Factor" Top 10 to 9 Live Elimination Show o

"We Found Love" Rihanna

Long before Calvin Harris scored a song of the "Summer" and a girlfriend in Taylor Swift, he was working with Rih on what would become one of the biggest songs of 2011. This bad boy topped the Billboard chart for ten non-consecutive weeks. It, like many of Rihanna's singles, felt like she was setting a trend. EDM was massive (still is, of course) but EDM and pop? Rih did it first, in a way that made sense to all audiences. If this is your answer, you're probably a problem solver, the kind of person to see opportunity and take it with all your might.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Louis C.K." Episode 1683 -- Pictured: Dana Edelson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

"Work" Rihanna

We consider this the "Bitch Better Have My Money"-era, too. The current Rihanna reign is perhaps the most interesting. She's had a full decade of hits under her belt. Ri has become more than a musician; she's an icon. As a living legend, instead of pandering to whatever trend or powers that exist, she does what makes the most sense to her at any given time, which is why 'ANTI' is so interesting. Even still, she makes it universal. "Work" is all about progression, finding the next thing and really going for it. It can be lonely at the top, but you wouldn't have it any other way.


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Which word best describes your personality?

NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 13: Singer Rihanna attends  Alliance's 2nd annual Music UpFront on September 13, 2005 in New York, NY. (

"Pon de Replay" Rihanna

"Pon de Replay" is the song that brought Queen Rih into our lives. It's found on her first full-length, 'Music of the Sun,' that Rihanna released when she was just 17 years old. Kind of makes you feel like you've wasted your life, right? We kid, because this is your answer, so you already know you're that great. This was released at a time where no one really knew about the kind of career she would have, but there was always something magic about her. If you identify with this, you're probably a hardworking, creative person on the cusp of something awesome. Don't give up, success is right around the corner!

TOKYO - JULY 07: Rihanna performs on stage at the Tokyo leg of the Live Earth series of concerts, at Makuhari Messe, Chiba on

"Umbrella" Rihanna

"Umbrella" seems to be the tune that really drove Rihanna's success—at the very least, it's the one that made her an international super star...and to think, it was a track Britney Spears passed on! It's perhaps most interesting that, although Jay Z is featured on the track, Rih held her own, dominating a track and making it hers. If this is your answer, you're probably an assertive person, one unafraid of taking risks. It's an important skill.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Blake Lively" Episode 1562 -- Airdate 12/052009 -- Pictured: Dana Edelson/NBCU Photo Bank

"Rude Boy" Rihanna

By the time "Rude Boy" hit number one, Rihanna already had five singles do the same. She was unstoppable. What makes this tune remarkable, however, is that it's pretty experimental. Ri has always played to her Barbadian roots but "Rude Boy" truly had her embracing her Caribbean identity. It's something of a dancehall / reggae pop tune, one that just continued to prove Rihanna's awesomeness. If this is your answer, you're a strong-willed person, one unafraid to try new things...but you always stay true to yourself, and that's key.

Rihanna performs on MTV's "The Seven" outside MTV Studios in Times Square on November 15, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Ja

"Only Girl (In The World)" Rihanna

"Only Girl (In The World)" came out in 2010, during red-hair era Rihanna. At this point, Rih didn't have anything to prove: She was a superstar and she was only going to get bigger. What makes this tune unique is that it kind of feels like European electropop. It's upbeat and engaging in a way a lot of tunes are now, but Rihanna was early to the party. If this is your answer, you're probably something of a trendsetter. You love adventure and learning, and those are two traits that will take you far.

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - NOVEMBER 17: Singer Rihanna performs onstage at FOX's "The X Factor" Top 10 to 9 Live Elimination Show o

"We Found Love" Rihanna

Long before Calvin Harris scored a song of the "Summer" and a girlfriend in Taylor Swift, he was working with Rih on what would become one of the biggest songs of 2011. This bad boy topped the Billboard chart for ten non-consecutive weeks. It, like many of Rihanna's singles, felt like she was setting a trend. EDM was massive (still is, of course) but EDM and pop? Rih did it first, in a way that made sense to all audiences. If this is your answer, you're probably a problem solver, the kind of person to see opportunity and take it with all your might.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Louis C.K." Episode 1683 -- Pictured: Dana Edelson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

"Work" Rihanna

We consider this the "Bitch Better Have My Money"-era, too. The current Rihanna reign is perhaps the most interesting. She's had a full decade of hits under her belt. Ri has become more than a musician; she's an icon. As a living legend, instead of pandering to whatever trend or powers that exist, she does what makes the most sense to her at any given time, which is why 'ANTI' is so interesting. Even still, she makes it universal. "Work" is all about progression, finding the next thing and really going for it. It can be lonely at the top, but you wouldn't have it any other way.


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You walk into a party alone. You don't know anyone and your friend is running late. What do you do?

NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 13: Singer Rihanna attends  Alliance's 2nd annual Music UpFront on September 13, 2005 in New York, NY. (

"Pon de Replay" Rihanna

"Pon de Replay" is the song that brought Queen Rih into our lives. It's found on her first full-length, 'Music of the Sun,' that Rihanna released when she was just 17 years old. Kind of makes you feel like you've wasted your life, right? We kid, because this is your answer, so you already know you're that great. This was released at a time where no one really knew about the kind of career she would have, but there was always something magic about her. If you identify with this, you're probably a hardworking, creative person on the cusp of something awesome. Don't give up, success is right around the corner!

TOKYO - JULY 07: Rihanna performs on stage at the Tokyo leg of the Live Earth series of concerts, at Makuhari Messe, Chiba on

"Umbrella" Rihanna

"Umbrella" seems to be the tune that really drove Rihanna's success—at the very least, it's the one that made her an international super star...and to think, it was a track Britney Spears passed on! It's perhaps most interesting that, although Jay Z is featured on the track, Rih held her own, dominating a track and making it hers. If this is your answer, you're probably an assertive person, one unafraid of taking risks. It's an important skill.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Blake Lively" Episode 1562 -- Airdate 12/052009 -- Pictured: Dana Edelson/NBCU Photo Bank

"Rude Boy" Rihanna

By the time "Rude Boy" hit number one, Rihanna already had five singles do the same. She was unstoppable. What makes this tune remarkable, however, is that it's pretty experimental. Ri has always played to her Barbadian roots but "Rude Boy" truly had her embracing her Caribbean identity. It's something of a dancehall / reggae pop tune, one that just continued to prove Rihanna's awesomeness. If this is your answer, you're a strong-willed person, one unafraid to try new things...but you always stay true to yourself, and that's key.

Rihanna performs on MTV's "The Seven" outside MTV Studios in Times Square on November 15, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Ja

"Only Girl (In The World)" Rihanna

"Only Girl (In The World)" came out in 2010, during red-hair era Rihanna. At this point, Rih didn't have anything to prove: She was a superstar and she was only going to get bigger. What makes this tune unique is that it kind of feels like European electropop. It's upbeat and engaging in a way a lot of tunes are now, but Rihanna was early to the party. If this is your answer, you're probably something of a trendsetter. You love adventure and learning, and those are two traits that will take you far.

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - NOVEMBER 17: Singer Rihanna performs onstage at FOX's "The X Factor" Top 10 to 9 Live Elimination Show o

"We Found Love" Rihanna

Long before Calvin Harris scored a song of the "Summer" and a girlfriend in Taylor Swift, he was working with Rih on what would become one of the biggest songs of 2011. This bad boy topped the Billboard chart for ten non-consecutive weeks. It, like many of Rihanna's singles, felt like she was setting a trend. EDM was massive (still is, of course) but EDM and pop? Rih did it first, in a way that made sense to all audiences. If this is your answer, you're probably a problem solver, the kind of person to see opportunity and take it with all your might.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Louis C.K." Episode 1683 -- Pictured: Dana Edelson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

"Work" Rihanna

We consider this the "Bitch Better Have My Money"-era, too. The current Rihanna reign is perhaps the most interesting. She's had a full decade of hits under her belt. Ri has become more than a musician; she's an icon. As a living legend, instead of pandering to whatever trend or powers that exist, she does what makes the most sense to her at any given time, which is why 'ANTI' is so interesting. Even still, she makes it universal. "Work" is all about progression, finding the next thing and really going for it. It can be lonely at the top, but you wouldn't have it any other way.


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If you won the lottery right now, you would...

NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 13: Singer Rihanna attends  Alliance's 2nd annual Music UpFront on September 13, 2005 in New York, NY. (

"Pon de Replay" Rihanna

"Pon de Replay" is the song that brought Queen Rih into our lives. It's found on her first full-length, 'Music of the Sun,' that Rihanna released when she was just 17 years old. Kind of makes you feel like you've wasted your life, right? We kid, because this is your answer, so you already know you're that great. This was released at a time where no one really knew about the kind of career she would have, but there was always something magic about her. If you identify with this, you're probably a hardworking, creative person on the cusp of something awesome. Don't give up, success is right around the corner!

TOKYO - JULY 07: Rihanna performs on stage at the Tokyo leg of the Live Earth series of concerts, at Makuhari Messe, Chiba on

"Umbrella" Rihanna

"Umbrella" seems to be the tune that really drove Rihanna's success—at the very least, it's the one that made her an international super star...and to think, it was a track Britney Spears passed on! It's perhaps most interesting that, although Jay Z is featured on the track, Rih held her own, dominating a track and making it hers. If this is your answer, you're probably an assertive person, one unafraid of taking risks. It's an important skill.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Blake Lively" Episode 1562 -- Airdate 12/052009 -- Pictured: Dana Edelson/NBCU Photo Bank

"Rude Boy" Rihanna

By the time "Rude Boy" hit number one, Rihanna already had five singles do the same. She was unstoppable. What makes this tune remarkable, however, is that it's pretty experimental. Ri has always played to her Barbadian roots but "Rude Boy" truly had her embracing her Caribbean identity. It's something of a dancehall / reggae pop tune, one that just continued to prove Rihanna's awesomeness. If this is your answer, you're a strong-willed person, one unafraid to try new things...but you always stay true to yourself, and that's key.

Rihanna performs on MTV's "The Seven" outside MTV Studios in Times Square on November 15, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Ja

"Only Girl (In The World)" Rihanna

"Only Girl (In The World)" came out in 2010, during red-hair era Rihanna. At this point, Rih didn't have anything to prove: She was a superstar and she was only going to get bigger. What makes this tune unique is that it kind of feels like European electropop. It's upbeat and engaging in a way a lot of tunes are now, but Rihanna was early to the party. If this is your answer, you're probably something of a trendsetter. You love adventure and learning, and those are two traits that will take you far.

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - NOVEMBER 17: Singer Rihanna performs onstage at FOX's "The X Factor" Top 10 to 9 Live Elimination Show o

"We Found Love" Rihanna

Long before Calvin Harris scored a song of the "Summer" and a girlfriend in Taylor Swift, he was working with Rih on what would become one of the biggest songs of 2011. This bad boy topped the Billboard chart for ten non-consecutive weeks. It, like many of Rihanna's singles, felt like she was setting a trend. EDM was massive (still is, of course) but EDM and pop? Rih did it first, in a way that made sense to all audiences. If this is your answer, you're probably a problem solver, the kind of person to see opportunity and take it with all your might.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Louis C.K." Episode 1683 -- Pictured: Dana Edelson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

"Work" Rihanna

We consider this the "Bitch Better Have My Money"-era, too. The current Rihanna reign is perhaps the most interesting. She's had a full decade of hits under her belt. Ri has become more than a musician; she's an icon. As a living legend, instead of pandering to whatever trend or powers that exist, she does what makes the most sense to her at any given time, which is why 'ANTI' is so interesting. Even still, she makes it universal. "Work" is all about progression, finding the next thing and really going for it. It can be lonely at the top, but you wouldn't have it any other way.


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What clothing item can you not live without?

NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 13: Singer Rihanna attends  Alliance's 2nd annual Music UpFront on September 13, 2005 in New York, NY. (

"Pon de Replay" Rihanna

"Pon de Replay" is the song that brought Queen Rih into our lives. It's found on her first full-length, 'Music of the Sun,' that Rihanna released when she was just 17 years old. Kind of makes you feel like you've wasted your life, right? We kid, because this is your answer, so you already know you're that great. This was released at a time where no one really knew about the kind of career she would have, but there was always something magic about her. If you identify with this, you're probably a hardworking, creative person on the cusp of something awesome. Don't give up, success is right around the corner!

TOKYO - JULY 07: Rihanna performs on stage at the Tokyo leg of the Live Earth series of concerts, at Makuhari Messe, Chiba on

"Umbrella" Rihanna

"Umbrella" seems to be the tune that really drove Rihanna's success—at the very least, it's the one that made her an international super star...and to think, it was a track Britney Spears passed on! It's perhaps most interesting that, although Jay Z is featured on the track, Rih held her own, dominating a track and making it hers. If this is your answer, you're probably an assertive person, one unafraid of taking risks. It's an important skill.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Blake Lively" Episode 1562 -- Airdate 12/052009 -- Pictured: Dana Edelson/NBCU Photo Bank

"Rude Boy" Rihanna

By the time "Rude Boy" hit number one, Rihanna already had five singles do the same. She was unstoppable. What makes this tune remarkable, however, is that it's pretty experimental. Ri has always played to her Barbadian roots but "Rude Boy" truly had her embracing her Caribbean identity. It's something of a dancehall / reggae pop tune, one that just continued to prove Rihanna's awesomeness. If this is your answer, you're a strong-willed person, one unafraid to try new things...but you always stay true to yourself, and that's key.

Rihanna performs on MTV's "The Seven" outside MTV Studios in Times Square on November 15, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Ja

"Only Girl (In The World)" Rihanna

"Only Girl (In The World)" came out in 2010, during red-hair era Rihanna. At this point, Rih didn't have anything to prove: She was a superstar and she was only going to get bigger. What makes this tune unique is that it kind of feels like European electropop. It's upbeat and engaging in a way a lot of tunes are now, but Rihanna was early to the party. If this is your answer, you're probably something of a trendsetter. You love adventure and learning, and those are two traits that will take you far.

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - NOVEMBER 17: Singer Rihanna performs onstage at FOX's "The X Factor" Top 10 to 9 Live Elimination Show o

"We Found Love" Rihanna

Long before Calvin Harris scored a song of the "Summer" and a girlfriend in Taylor Swift, he was working with Rih on what would become one of the biggest songs of 2011. This bad boy topped the Billboard chart for ten non-consecutive weeks. It, like many of Rihanna's singles, felt like she was setting a trend. EDM was massive (still is, of course) but EDM and pop? Rih did it first, in a way that made sense to all audiences. If this is your answer, you're probably a problem solver, the kind of person to see opportunity and take it with all your might.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Louis C.K." Episode 1683 -- Pictured: Dana Edelson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

"Work" Rihanna

We consider this the "Bitch Better Have My Money"-era, too. The current Rihanna reign is perhaps the most interesting. She's had a full decade of hits under her belt. Ri has become more than a musician; she's an icon. As a living legend, instead of pandering to whatever trend or powers that exist, she does what makes the most sense to her at any given time, which is why 'ANTI' is so interesting. Even still, she makes it universal. "Work" is all about progression, finding the next thing and really going for it. It can be lonely at the top, but you wouldn't have it any other way.


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Pick a social media platform.

NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 13: Singer Rihanna attends  Alliance's 2nd annual Music UpFront on September 13, 2005 in New York, NY. (

"Pon de Replay" Rihanna

"Pon de Replay" is the song that brought Queen Rih into our lives. It's found on her first full-length, 'Music of the Sun,' that Rihanna released when she was just 17 years old. Kind of makes you feel like you've wasted your life, right? We kid, because this is your answer, so you already know you're that great. This was released at a time where no one really knew about the kind of career she would have, but there was always something magic about her. If you identify with this, you're probably a hardworking, creative person on the cusp of something awesome. Don't give up, success is right around the corner!

TOKYO - JULY 07: Rihanna performs on stage at the Tokyo leg of the Live Earth series of concerts, at Makuhari Messe, Chiba on

"Umbrella" Rihanna

"Umbrella" seems to be the tune that really drove Rihanna's success—at the very least, it's the one that made her an international super star...and to think, it was a track Britney Spears passed on! It's perhaps most interesting that, although Jay Z is featured on the track, Rih held her own, dominating a track and making it hers. If this is your answer, you're probably an assertive person, one unafraid of taking risks. It's an important skill.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Blake Lively" Episode 1562 -- Airdate 12/052009 -- Pictured: Dana Edelson/NBCU Photo Bank

"Rude Boy" Rihanna

By the time "Rude Boy" hit number one, Rihanna already had five singles do the same. She was unstoppable. What makes this tune remarkable, however, is that it's pretty experimental. Ri has always played to her Barbadian roots but "Rude Boy" truly had her embracing her Caribbean identity. It's something of a dancehall / reggae pop tune, one that just continued to prove Rihanna's awesomeness. If this is your answer, you're a strong-willed person, one unafraid to try new things...but you always stay true to yourself, and that's key.

Rihanna performs on MTV's "The Seven" outside MTV Studios in Times Square on November 15, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Ja

"Only Girl (In The World)" Rihanna

"Only Girl (In The World)" came out in 2010, during red-hair era Rihanna. At this point, Rih didn't have anything to prove: She was a superstar and she was only going to get bigger. What makes this tune unique is that it kind of feels like European electropop. It's upbeat and engaging in a way a lot of tunes are now, but Rihanna was early to the party. If this is your answer, you're probably something of a trendsetter. You love adventure and learning, and those are two traits that will take you far.

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - NOVEMBER 17: Singer Rihanna performs onstage at FOX's "The X Factor" Top 10 to 9 Live Elimination Show o

"We Found Love" Rihanna

Long before Calvin Harris scored a song of the "Summer" and a girlfriend in Taylor Swift, he was working with Rih on what would become one of the biggest songs of 2011. This bad boy topped the Billboard chart for ten non-consecutive weeks. It, like many of Rihanna's singles, felt like she was setting a trend. EDM was massive (still is, of course) but EDM and pop? Rih did it first, in a way that made sense to all audiences. If this is your answer, you're probably a problem solver, the kind of person to see opportunity and take it with all your might.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Louis C.K." Episode 1683 -- Pictured: Dana Edelson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

"Work" Rihanna

We consider this the "Bitch Better Have My Money"-era, too. The current Rihanna reign is perhaps the most interesting. She's had a full decade of hits under her belt. Ri has become more than a musician; she's an icon. As a living legend, instead of pandering to whatever trend or powers that exist, she does what makes the most sense to her at any given time, which is why 'ANTI' is so interesting. Even still, she makes it universal. "Work" is all about progression, finding the next thing and really going for it. It can be lonely at the top, but you wouldn't have it any other way.


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What's your favorite song on 'ANTI'?

NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 13: Singer Rihanna attends  Alliance's 2nd annual Music UpFront on September 13, 2005 in New York, NY. (

"Pon de Replay" Rihanna

"Pon de Replay" is the song that brought Queen Rih into our lives. It's found on her first full-length, 'Music of the Sun,' that Rihanna released when she was just 17 years old. Kind of makes you feel like you've wasted your life, right? We kid, because this is your answer, so you already know you're that great. This was released at a time where no one really knew about the kind of career she would have, but there was always something magic about her. If you identify with this, you're probably a hardworking, creative person on the cusp of something awesome. Don't give up, success is right around the corner!

TOKYO - JULY 07: Rihanna performs on stage at the Tokyo leg of the Live Earth series of concerts, at Makuhari Messe, Chiba on

"Umbrella" Rihanna

"Umbrella" seems to be the tune that really drove Rihanna's success—at the very least, it's the one that made her an international super star...and to think, it was a track Britney Spears passed on! It's perhaps most interesting that, although Jay Z is featured on the track, Rih held her own, dominating a track and making it hers. If this is your answer, you're probably an assertive person, one unafraid of taking risks. It's an important skill.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Blake Lively" Episode 1562 -- Airdate 12/052009 -- Pictured: Dana Edelson/NBCU Photo Bank

"Rude Boy" Rihanna

By the time "Rude Boy" hit number one, Rihanna already had five singles do the same. She was unstoppable. What makes this tune remarkable, however, is that it's pretty experimental. Ri has always played to her Barbadian roots but "Rude Boy" truly had her embracing her Caribbean identity. It's something of a dancehall / reggae pop tune, one that just continued to prove Rihanna's awesomeness. If this is your answer, you're a strong-willed person, one unafraid to try new things...but you always stay true to yourself, and that's key.

Rihanna performs on MTV's "The Seven" outside MTV Studios in Times Square on November 15, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Ja

"Only Girl (In The World)" Rihanna

"Only Girl (In The World)" came out in 2010, during red-hair era Rihanna. At this point, Rih didn't have anything to prove: She was a superstar and she was only going to get bigger. What makes this tune unique is that it kind of feels like European electropop. It's upbeat and engaging in a way a lot of tunes are now, but Rihanna was early to the party. If this is your answer, you're probably something of a trendsetter. You love adventure and learning, and those are two traits that will take you far.

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - NOVEMBER 17: Singer Rihanna performs onstage at FOX's "The X Factor" Top 10 to 9 Live Elimination Show o

"We Found Love" Rihanna

Long before Calvin Harris scored a song of the "Summer" and a girlfriend in Taylor Swift, he was working with Rih on what would become one of the biggest songs of 2011. This bad boy topped the Billboard chart for ten non-consecutive weeks. It, like many of Rihanna's singles, felt like she was setting a trend. EDM was massive (still is, of course) but EDM and pop? Rih did it first, in a way that made sense to all audiences. If this is your answer, you're probably a problem solver, the kind of person to see opportunity and take it with all your might.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Louis C.K." Episode 1683 -- Pictured: Dana Edelson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

"Work" Rihanna

We consider this the "Bitch Better Have My Money"-era, too. The current Rihanna reign is perhaps the most interesting. She's had a full decade of hits under her belt. Ri has become more than a musician; she's an icon. As a living legend, instead of pandering to whatever trend or powers that exist, she does what makes the most sense to her at any given time, which is why 'ANTI' is so interesting. Even still, she makes it universal. "Work" is all about progression, finding the next thing and really going for it. It can be lonely at the top, but you wouldn't have it any other way.


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What's your favorite adult treat?

NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 13: Singer Rihanna attends  Alliance's 2nd annual Music UpFront on September 13, 2005 in New York, NY. (

"Pon de Replay" Rihanna

"Pon de Replay" is the song that brought Queen Rih into our lives. It's found on her first full-length, 'Music of the Sun,' that Rihanna released when she was just 17 years old. Kind of makes you feel like you've wasted your life, right? We kid, because this is your answer, so you already know you're that great. This was released at a time where no one really knew about the kind of career she would have, but there was always something magic about her. If you identify with this, you're probably a hardworking, creative person on the cusp of something awesome. Don't give up, success is right around the corner!

TOKYO - JULY 07: Rihanna performs on stage at the Tokyo leg of the Live Earth series of concerts, at Makuhari Messe, Chiba on

"Umbrella" Rihanna

"Umbrella" seems to be the tune that really drove Rihanna's success—at the very least, it's the one that made her an international super star...and to think, it was a track Britney Spears passed on! It's perhaps most interesting that, although Jay Z is featured on the track, Rih held her own, dominating a track and making it hers. If this is your answer, you're probably an assertive person, one unafraid of taking risks. It's an important skill.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Blake Lively" Episode 1562 -- Airdate 12/052009 -- Pictured: Dana Edelson/NBCU Photo Bank

"Rude Boy" Rihanna

By the time "Rude Boy" hit number one, Rihanna already had five singles do the same. She was unstoppable. What makes this tune remarkable, however, is that it's pretty experimental. Ri has always played to her Barbadian roots but "Rude Boy" truly had her embracing her Caribbean identity. It's something of a dancehall / reggae pop tune, one that just continued to prove Rihanna's awesomeness. If this is your answer, you're a strong-willed person, one unafraid to try new things...but you always stay true to yourself, and that's key.

Rihanna performs on MTV's "The Seven" outside MTV Studios in Times Square on November 15, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Ja

"Only Girl (In The World)" Rihanna

"Only Girl (In The World)" came out in 2010, during red-hair era Rihanna. At this point, Rih didn't have anything to prove: She was a superstar and she was only going to get bigger. What makes this tune unique is that it kind of feels like European electropop. It's upbeat and engaging in a way a lot of tunes are now, but Rihanna was early to the party. If this is your answer, you're probably something of a trendsetter. You love adventure and learning, and those are two traits that will take you far.

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - NOVEMBER 17: Singer Rihanna performs onstage at FOX's "The X Factor" Top 10 to 9 Live Elimination Show o

"We Found Love" Rihanna

Long before Calvin Harris scored a song of the "Summer" and a girlfriend in Taylor Swift, he was working with Rih on what would become one of the biggest songs of 2011. This bad boy topped the Billboard chart for ten non-consecutive weeks. It, like many of Rihanna's singles, felt like she was setting a trend. EDM was massive (still is, of course) but EDM and pop? Rih did it first, in a way that made sense to all audiences. If this is your answer, you're probably a problem solver, the kind of person to see opportunity and take it with all your might.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Louis C.K." Episode 1683 -- Pictured: Dana Edelson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

"Work" Rihanna

We consider this the "Bitch Better Have My Money"-era, too. The current Rihanna reign is perhaps the most interesting. She's had a full decade of hits under her belt. Ri has become more than a musician; she's an icon. As a living legend, instead of pandering to whatever trend or powers that exist, she does what makes the most sense to her at any given time, which is why 'ANTI' is so interesting. Even still, she makes it universal. "Work" is all about progression, finding the next thing and really going for it. It can be lonely at the top, but you wouldn't have it any other way.


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Pick a non-Rihanna pop star.

NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 13: Singer Rihanna attends  Alliance's 2nd annual Music UpFront on September 13, 2005 in New York, NY. (

"Pon de Replay" Rihanna

"Pon de Replay" is the song that brought Queen Rih into our lives. It's found on her first full-length, 'Music of the Sun,' that Rihanna released when she was just 17 years old. Kind of makes you feel like you've wasted your life, right? We kid, because this is your answer, so you already know you're that great. This was released at a time where no one really knew about the kind of career she would have, but there was always something magic about her. If you identify with this, you're probably a hardworking, creative person on the cusp of something awesome. Don't give up, success is right around the corner!

TOKYO - JULY 07: Rihanna performs on stage at the Tokyo leg of the Live Earth series of concerts, at Makuhari Messe, Chiba on

"Umbrella" Rihanna

"Umbrella" seems to be the tune that really drove Rihanna's success—at the very least, it's the one that made her an international super star...and to think, it was a track Britney Spears passed on! It's perhaps most interesting that, although Jay Z is featured on the track, Rih held her own, dominating a track and making it hers. If this is your answer, you're probably an assertive person, one unafraid of taking risks. It's an important skill.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Blake Lively" Episode 1562 -- Airdate 12/052009 -- Pictured: Dana Edelson/NBCU Photo Bank

"Rude Boy" Rihanna

By the time "Rude Boy" hit number one, Rihanna already had five singles do the same. She was unstoppable. What makes this tune remarkable, however, is that it's pretty experimental. Ri has always played to her Barbadian roots but "Rude Boy" truly had her embracing her Caribbean identity. It's something of a dancehall / reggae pop tune, one that just continued to prove Rihanna's awesomeness. If this is your answer, you're a strong-willed person, one unafraid to try new things...but you always stay true to yourself, and that's key.

Rihanna performs on MTV's "The Seven" outside MTV Studios in Times Square on November 15, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Ja

"Only Girl (In The World)" Rihanna

"Only Girl (In The World)" came out in 2010, during red-hair era Rihanna. At this point, Rih didn't have anything to prove: She was a superstar and she was only going to get bigger. What makes this tune unique is that it kind of feels like European electropop. It's upbeat and engaging in a way a lot of tunes are now, but Rihanna was early to the party. If this is your answer, you're probably something of a trendsetter. You love adventure and learning, and those are two traits that will take you far.

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - NOVEMBER 17: Singer Rihanna performs onstage at FOX's "The X Factor" Top 10 to 9 Live Elimination Show o

"We Found Love" Rihanna

Long before Calvin Harris scored a song of the "Summer" and a girlfriend in Taylor Swift, he was working with Rih on what would become one of the biggest songs of 2011. This bad boy topped the Billboard chart for ten non-consecutive weeks. It, like many of Rihanna's singles, felt like she was setting a trend. EDM was massive (still is, of course) but EDM and pop? Rih did it first, in a way that made sense to all audiences. If this is your answer, you're probably a problem solver, the kind of person to see opportunity and take it with all your might.

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Louis C.K." Episode 1683 -- Pictured: Dana Edelson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

"Work" Rihanna

We consider this the "Bitch Better Have My Money"-era, too. The current Rihanna reign is perhaps the most interesting. She's had a full decade of hits under her belt. Ri has become more than a musician; she's an icon. As a living legend, instead of pandering to whatever trend or powers that exist, she does what makes the most sense to her at any given time, which is why 'ANTI' is so interesting. Even still, she makes it universal. "Work" is all about progression, finding the next thing and really going for it. It can be lonely at the top, but you wouldn't have it any other way.


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In Barbados Rihanna and Prince Harry raise HIV/AIDS awareness in hopes to fight HIV and AIDS stigma. Getting tested in front of cameras, the singer and the prince show us the importance and ease of the process. "It's so easy to get tested & know your status!” Rih tweeted afterwards. Today also marks the 50th Anniversary of Independence in Barbados.

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