Birthday Cake named the Greatest Interlude of All Time

Come and put your name on it…  Well, who doesn’t know the lyrics to Rihanna’s interlude from Talk That Talk (2011) album? She totally slayed Birthday Cake and now it was named The Greatest Interlude of All Time by Billboard. The magazine wrote: To be fair, Rihanna did release an (arguably unnecessary)CONTINUE READING

Rihanna breaks Dance Club Songs chart record

Rihanna breaks record because this what Rihanna does. Give her a record and she will break it. Like she did with Dance Club Songs Chart this week. Consideration (feat. SZA) from Rihanna’s multiplatinum album ANTI tops the chart this week. This means Rihanna put 8th song from the same album atop that chart. With Consideration, RihannaCONTINUE READING

Rihanna rises to no. 2 on Social 50 Chart

A boost in Instagram activity, including 25.3 million Instagram reactions, helps Rihanna move 5-2 on Billboard’s Social 50 chart dated Jan. 13. Rihanna added 283,000 new followers on Instagram in the week ending December 28, 2017 (up 146 percent). On December 26, 2017 Mattemoiselle – highly anticipated lipstick from Fenty Beauty – premiered. Rihanna promotedCONTINUE READING

The year in Billboard Charts 2017: Rihanna

Billboard released its long-awaited end-year charts and Rihanna’s multiple collaborations and ANTI secured her position on many of those charts. Even though, Rihanna did not release an album since ANTI (January 2016), she was still one of the most popular artists in 2017. This year only she was featured on four totally differentCONTINUE READING

Rihanna named the Greatest Pop Artist of All Time

After piling up record after record (musically and achievement-wise) on Billboard‘s Pop Songs radio airplay chart, Rihanna reigns as the No. 1 artist over the first 25 years of the survey, which began with the list dated Oct. 3, 1992. Notably, Rihanna has reached historic heights despite having arrived on the chart more than halfway throughCONTINUE READING

Rihanna makes history with Desperado

Desperado is Rihanna’s fifth No. 1 of 2017, seventh from ANTI, and 32nd total leader. Rihanna makes history with Desperado Rihanna rocks the summit of Billboard’s Dance Club Songs chart (dated Oct. 14) for the fifth time in 2017, a new high in a calendar year among all acts, as Desperado rises 2-1. RihannaCONTINUE READING