Rihanna. Rihanna. Rihanna. Rihanna received the Fashion Icon Award at the annual Council of Fashion Designers of America Awards on Monday where she showed up in a sheer see-through outfit. Go on girl.
"Can't Remember To Forget You" by Shakira featuring Rihanna made it's debut this morning!
Upon first listen, we are not impressed. Maybe the video will make up for it. It is a fun track but not moving us.-DocFB
Diagnosis: We might be able to remember to forget this song...
Shakira & Rihanna have released the cover art to their duet "Can't Remember To Forget You" which will be released on iTunes January 14th.
Rihanna enjoyed working with Shakira on the duet.
'Working with her was utopia. She's the sexiest woman on the planet. And at the end of the day, we're both just basically Caribbean girls.
'The chemistry was so good and so real. She taught me dance moves. She was a sweet teacher.'-Rihanna Glamour Magazine Interview
Diagnosis: The song will hit radio on January 13th but will be for sale, as of now, on January 14th....
EMINEM has just released the video for "Monster" featuring Rihanna.
Eminem appears to be going through his greatest hits showing him performing with Elton John and then recreates his "My Name Is" video where he is in a straight jacket with Dr. Dre looking over him again.
Em then goes back to 8 Mile to "Lose Yourself" and this time the music is not in the moment.
The next flashback sees him performing at the Grammy's with Elton John, using highlights from the actual show interjected with someone as Elton John when they hug. I know someone will say that is Elton now but it is not.
The last flash back shows the Eminem of now looking at the Eminem of then, the angry Eminem. The only person that could take out the Eminem of now. He is not that angry anymore. He cannot compete with that Em. It seems he doesn't want to and walks away.-DocFB
Diagnosis: Great video. Makes us like the song more than we did.
It looks like "Monster" by EMINEM and RIHANNA will be the next single from EMINEM's new album "MMLP2".
There hasn't exactly been a smash hit yet for Em but the album is almost at the 1 million mark after 2 weeks of sales, which is impressive in today's album sales.
Eminem and Rihanna both posted photos on their Instagram accounts from the "Monster" set.-DocFB
Diagnosis: The song to me is not as good as "Love The Way You Lie" but let's see if a good video can help it....
Rihanna has released a video for "What Now" which the pop singer says is "Eery and creepy" while we think it is kinda trippy and cool.
She seems to be wearing more clothes than she has worn in her previous videos. Not sure if that is eery or creepy.
Check out the video for "What Now"...now!-DocFB
Diagnosis: What's up with the bugs?
EMINEM has teamed with Rihanna once already on the 11+ million seller "Love The Way You Lie" and they team up again for "The Monster" to be released on the "MMLP2" in November!
Bebe Rexha wrote the song along with production from Frequency.
"The Monster" is featured on MMLP2 due in stores November 5th and has 16 tracks. EMINEM announced over the weekend the deluxe edition sold on his site will have 21 tracks.-DocFB
Diagnosis: "Love The Way You Lie" was one of EMINEM's biggest hits. Will "The Monster" follow suit?....
Eminem released the full track list all at once for MMLP2 and we are grateful for that. No game of dropping a title once an hour. Nope. Just put it straight out there.
Eminem will have duets with Rihanna, Kendrick Lamar, Skylar Gray, and Nate Reuss of FUN.
How will Miley Cyrus respond this time as another music legend goes after her, Britney and Rihanna this time?
Lennox of The Eurythmics for those don't know, doesn't name names but it is clear she is going after Miley, Rihanna and even Britney Spears latest music video "Work Bitch" which was released 2 days before "Pour It On" by Rihanna.
Lennox took to Facebook for her open letter:
'I have to say that I'm disturbed and dismayed by the recent spate of overtly sexualised performances and videos.
'You know the ones I'm talking about. It seems obvious that certain record companies are peddling highly styled pornography with musical accompaniment.
'As if the tidal wave of sexualised imagery wasn't already bombarding impressionable young girls enough..I believe in freedom of speech and expression, but the market forces don't give a toss about the notion of boundaries.
'As long as there's booty to make money out of, it will be bought and sold. It's depressing to see how these performers are so eager to push this new level of low.'