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Rihanna to perform at Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show
Published by: · Date: 2015/10/13 · Filed Under: News

The fashion and music worlds will once again collide at “The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.” Rihanna, The Weeknd, and Selena Gomez are set to rip the runway at this year’s show.

Every year, “The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show” features a selection of top-tier musical guests. Rihanna has played it before, back in 2012, when she performed two songs and this year, the fashionista will perform material off her upcoming eighth album, Anti.

“The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show” will air Tuesday, Dec. 8, at 10 p.m. on CBS.

Rihanna nominated for American Music Awards
Published by: · Date: 2015/10/13 · Filed Under: News

Rihanna scored two nominations for this year’s American Music Awards. Rihanna is nominated in two categories: Collaboration Of the Year Un-leashed by T-Mobile and Favourite Female Artist – Soul/R&B.

  • Collaboration Of the Year Un-leashed by T-Mobile
    Wiz Khalifa Featuring Charlie Puth “See You Again”
    Rihanna & Kanye West Featuring Paul McCartney “FourFiveSeconds”
    Mark Ronson Featuring Bruno Mars “Uptown Funk!”
    Skrillex & Diplo Featuring Justin Bieber “Where Are Ü Now”
    Taylor Swift Featuring Kendrick Lamar “Bad Blood”
  • Favourite Female Artist – Soul/R&B.
    Mary J. Blige

Jennifer Lopez is set to host the big show, which will air live from Los Angeles on Sunday (November 22).

On the set of Rihanna’s T Magazine photoshoot
Published by: · Date: 2015/10/12 · Filed Under: Magazine covers, Magazines, On the Set

The photographer Craig McDean takes us behind the scenes with the boundary-pushing pop singer, whom he shot for T’s inaugural “The Greats” issue.

Rihanna covers the New York Times Style Magazine
Published by: · Date: 2015/10/12 · Filed Under: Magazines

The author and filmmaker Miranda July asks the pop superstar what turns her on, how she handles the pressure of public scrutiny and why she’s been Googling childbirth. (Then they become best friends.)

| T Magazine | 04 photo(s).

DRESSED VERY CAREFULLY for her, the way I would for a good friend, thinking hard about what she likes. What I think she likes. I ordered Uber Black — the highest level of Uber I’ve ridden. The driver said it would be about an hour and a half to Malibu, a long time to resist telling him where I was going.

‘‘I’m going to meet Rihanna,’’ I finally yelled over the radio.

He turned the radio down.

‘‘Rihanna. I’m going to meet her, to interview her. That’s where we’re going.’’

‘‘You kidding? That’s my girl,’’ he said. ‘‘I love her. She’s so down-to-earth. She always keep it cool with her friend and her family. Her and Melissa, I think they are the best celebrity friends. I always say that.’’

‘‘Melissa Forde,’’ I said, to show that I knew who he meant.

‘‘I took a picture with her! Look!’’ He handed back his phone and I took it skeptically. But there he was, in a tux, with his arm around Rihanna. She was smiling. ‘‘She hear my accent and ask me where I’m from. She’s so nice. I knew she would be.’’

‘‘Where are you from?’’

‘‘West Africa, Niger. I come to play soccer for University of Idaho. Oh, that’s the other thing I love about Rihanna — she love soccer.’’

Over the next two hours I interviewed Oumarou Idrissa about how he survived during his first five years in Los Angeles after his student visa had fallen through. He slept in laundromats, sending tiny sums of money back to Niger where his 25 brothers and sisters were starving. This took us through the beach traffic; we grew quiet as the SUV zipped along beach cliffs above blue water. I think we both suddenly remembered Rihanna.

‘‘Do you want me to ask her anything for you?’’ I said.

Oumarou thought seriously about this for a long time. ‘‘Yeah. Here’s my question: When she going to West Africa? Many celebrity don’t like going there because we’re so poor. But I know she have a good heart and I think Rihanna would be the one to open the door to all of them. Also if she needs a driver, or security. Or French teacher.’’

‘‘Or soccer teacher,’’ I said, as we pulled up to Geoffrey’s, a fancy Malibu restaurant. I warned Oumarou that I might be a long time, but he wanted to pick me up when I was done with the interview. He wanted to hear her answer to his question.

‘‘Don’t be nervous,’’ Oumarou called out as I hopped out of the car. ‘‘She’s really nice.’’

Her lips were bright red, her long nails were pale iridescent lavender, her mascara was both white and black in a way I didn’t really understand. A rhinestone necklace against her chest read ‘‘FENTY,’’ her last name. Oumarou wasn’t the only person I had grilled about what makes Rihanna great. A lesbian art history professor told me that she’s ‘‘the real deal.’’ Others used the words ‘‘magic’’ and ‘‘epic.’’ But when I tried to get anyone to pinpoint things she had said or done — particular interviews or incidents — everyone became lost in inarticulacy. Yet another friend, referencing an episode of ‘‘Style Wars’’ that Rihanna had appeared on, concluded, ‘‘You could just tell she’s a good person.’’ None of this was all that helpful.

Rihanna hugged me hello and we sat down in front of two glasses of white wine. ‘‘Your eyes are amazing,’’ she told me, pulling her chair closer. ‘‘I’m staring at you and I feel like my eyes are gonna blur because all I can see are those tiny dots.’’

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Bitch Better Have My Money certified silver in the UK
Published by: · Date: 2015/10/09 · Filed Under: Awards

The second single “Bitch Better Have My Money” from Rihanna’s eight studio album ANTI has been certified silver in the United Kingdom. It means it was purchased over 200,000 times. Congratulations, Rihanna!

Roy Nachum explains the meaning behind the ANTI album cover
Published by: · Date: 2015/10/09 · Filed Under: Albums, Others about Rihanna

Rihanna doesn’t play by normal rules, so it made sense that she did the abnormal and revealed her new Anti album cover at an art gallery on Wednesday night. It also made perfect sense because of who created it.

For the front and back covers, as well as five other pieces, including inside art for the album, RiRi teamed with Israeli artist Roy Nachum, who describes himself as a painter who also does sculpture and installations, and uses large scale oil on canvas.

“I experiment with human perception and sight and I see my work as an eye-opener,” Nachum told MTV News on Thursday.

While working on a series over the last four years, called Blind, he went without sight for a period. “I blindfolded myself for the whole week, to experience how is it to be without sight,” he said. “I got a lot from that. I think it was one of the most difficult things I did so far, and I learned a lot from that experience. Sometimes, in order to see, you need to close your eyes.”

That sounds a lot like what Rih said at the gallery last night — “Sometimes the ones who have sight are the blindest” — and that’s probably partially because, according to Nachum, the Rihanna paintings were “inspired from [the Blind] series.”

MTV News spoke with Nachum about how he and Rihanna came up with the idea for the cover, what their working relationship is like, the significance of the braille and plenty more. Plus, he sent us all seven pieces in the series.

MTV: When did you and Rihanna first start working together?
Roy Nachum: A little over a year ago, I got a phone call. Rihanna saw my paintings in Jay Z and Ty Ty’s private collections, and she said she wanted to meet up and talk about maybe doing the album cover. As soon as we met, it was a great connection. Rihanna understands my vision very well, and she’s a fan of my paintings, and we share the same philosophy.

MTV: Can you explain the Fire paintings?
Nachum: The fire paintings inside the album, I wrote poetry, and I sculpted the poetry in braille for the canvas. So it’s basically white-on-white, and there’s a black charcoal frame, and I invited people, while blind, to see the work and experience it. So when they touch the frame, their fingers become black, and then reading the braille poetry on the canvas, it’s interactive work that I start and let them continue. It’s kind of like an oversized self-portrait.

MTV: How long were you working on the pieces?
Nachum: We met in L.A. and we talked about the concept and ideas. Then we met again in my studio in New York. We talked more and more. And then I started to do sketches and put it all together. From that point, it took me another two months to complete the painting, and then we worked on the fire series inside the album. I wanted to see how Rihanna touched the work, and how she experienced those paintings without sight, and you can see her fingerprints touching the work and experiencing it, while she was listening to her music from the album. It was a very interesting moment to see. I didn’t know what it was going to look like. She didn’t know what it was going to look like. She went with my vision, and I think it became fantastic.

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Roy Nachum talks ANTI cover
Published by: · Date: 2015/10/09 · Filed Under: Albums

After a brisk album-a-year pace for her past four albums, Rihanna chose to slow things down for her latest project, making fans wait an agonizing three years for new music. But one man is giving fans hope that the wait may soon be over: Israeli-born, New York-based artist Roy Nachum.

A gallery showing of Nachum’s artwork for Rihanna’s eighth album — titled Anti, we learned at Wednesday’s event — was the first tangible sign that the release is imminent. In front of a packed crowd at Los Angeles’ Mama museum, Rihanna herself presented the album art, which features a young Rih Rih holding a black balloon with a gold crown obscuring her eyes.

“He’s a genius, he’s an artist, and he sees things beyond the surface,” Rihanna said of Nachum. And that vision is what made the pop star want to collaborate with him in the first place. The theme behind his work — all of which (including the album cover) features poetry written in Braille — is sight and how, as Rihanna put it at the album event, “Sometimes the ones who have sight are the blindest.”

Billboard spoke with Nachum at the event, where he explained how he met Rihanna (and what famous friend introduced her to his work) and why teaming up with her is so important for his message.

What does it all mean?

“I’ve been doing experimental work of human perception and sight. So for the last seven years, I’m writing Braille poetry, which encompasses sculpture in it on the canvas, and then I paint over it. So I kind of want to open people’s eyes to the real things in life … so I close my eyes. The process for that was me closing my eyes for a whole week to experience how it is to be blind. If I want to do art, if I’m going to do an experiment with sight, then I need to close my eyes and start from that. That’s the first step I need to do. So I did it for a whole week, and since then, I started creating. I started creating all those paintings and installations, sculptures.”

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CANDIDS: Rihanna outside the MAMA Gallery
Published by: · Date: 2015/10/08 · Filed Under: Candids, Los Angeles, Photos

Our gallery has been updated with photos of Rihanna arriving and leaving the MAMA Gallery in Downtown Los Angeles last night. She was there to unveil the album artwork of ANTI, her eight studio album.

| 07 October ~ Rihanna at “Mama Gallery” in Los Angeles | 20 photo(s).

PHOTOS: Rihanna reveals the album cover
Published by: · Date: 2015/10/08 · Filed Under: Candids, Los Angeles, Photos

Rihanna looked amazing a she arrived at MAMA Gallery in Downtown Los Angeles last night. She arrived at about 8:30 p.m to reveal the cover art of her new album ANTI.

| 07 October ~ Rihanna’s 8th album artwork reveal for “ANTI” in Los Angeles | 18 photo(s).

ANTI album cover: what do you need to know
Published by: · Date: 2015/10/08 · Filed Under: Albums

The whole world is in awe with Rihanna’s new album cover. The cover of ANTI album is one of a kind; it’s unique, and it speaks a lot to the listener and that viewer. It’s simply a piece of art.

Hosting the event at Mama Gallery in Downtown Los Angeles’ Arts District, Rihanna revealed the new album’s title, ‘Anti’, with a written explanation on the entryway wall, defining the word as “a person opposed to a particular policy, activity or idea”.

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Inside the event, various braille art pieces graced the walls. Upon entry, the fans were given red sashes and then later used them as blindfolds, adding their own fingerprints to the Israeli artist’s pieces.
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