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Rihanna Ringtones

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Robyn Rihanna Fenty, or professionally known as Rihanna is a Barbadian singer, actress, and businesswoman. Born on February 20, 1988 in Saint Michael, Barbados, she has been in the industry since 2003. On singing, she sings various genres of music, such as pop, R&B, reggae, hip hop and EDM.

Among her popular albums are “Music of the Sun” (2005), “A Girl like Me” (2006), “Good Girl Gone Bad” (2007), “Rated R” (2009), “Loud” (2010), “Talk That Talk” (2011), “Unapologetic” (2012) and “Anti” (2016).

On acting, she starred / involved in many films or videos, such as Bring It On: All or Nothing (2006), Battleship (2012), This Is the End (2013), Home (2015), Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017), Ocean’s 8 (2018) and Guava Island (2019).

With the release of her first two studio albums, Music of the Sun (2005) and A Girl Like Me (2006), both of which were influenced by Caribbean music and peaked within the top ten on the US Billboard 200 chart, Rihanna quickly gained notoriety after signing with Def Jam in 2005. Her third album, Good Girl Gone Bad (2007), featured dance-pop elements and solidified her position as a significant icon in the music business. The number-one single “Umbrella” propelled Rihanna to international fame and earned her her first Grammy Award.

On her subsequent studio albums, Rated R (2009), Loud (2010), Talk That Talk (2011), and Unapologetic (2012)—the latter of which became her first Billboard 200 number one—Rihanna continued to mash up pop, dance, and R&B genres. Numerous singles from the albums reached the top of the charts, including “Rude Boy,” “Only Girl (In the World”),” “What’s My Name?”,” “S&M,” “We Found Love,” and “Diamonds.” Following her departure from Def Jam, her eighth album, Anti (2016), displayed a new level of creative control. It featured the number-one single “Work” and became her second US number-one album. Rihanna has worked with numerous musicians throughout her career, including Drake, Eminem, Jay-Z, Kanye West, Ne-Yo, and Shakira.

On the RIAA’s Top Artists (Digital Singles) ranking, Rihanna is the highest-certified female artist of all time with sales of more than 250 million records worldwide. She is also the second-best-selling female music artist of all time. She has had 31 UK top ten entries, 32 US top ten singles, and 14 number one singles. Nine Grammy Awards, thirteen American Music Awards, including the Icon Award, twelve Billboard Music Awards, five World Music Awards, six Guinness World Records, the NAACP President’s Award, and an Academy Award nomination are among her honors. The most watched halftime show in history will feature her acclaimed Super Bowl performance in 2023. In both 2012 and 2018, Time ranked her among the top 100 most influential people in the world. In 2012 and 2014, she was listed among the top ten highest-paid celebrities by Forbes. She is the richest musician as of 2023, according to estimates of her net worth, which is $1.4 billion.

Rihanna is well-known for her work in the fashion industry, business ventures, and humanitarian causes in addition to her music. She founded the nonprofit Clara Lionel Foundation, the cosmetics line Fenty Beauty, and the fashion label Fenty, all of which are owned by LVMH. She is also the first black woman to lead a luxury brand for the company. Along with singing, Rihanna has dabbled in acting, playing pivotal parts in the films Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017), Home (2015), Ocean’s 8 (2018), Battleship (2012), and Home (2015). On the first day of the country’s parliamentary republic in 2021, she was proclaimed a National Hero of Barbados, entitleing her to the style of “The Right Excellent” for life. She had been appointed as an ambassador for investment, tourism, and education by the government of Barbados in 2018.

The vocal range of mezzo-soprano Rihanna is from B2 to C6. Rihanna studied voice with Ne-Yo while she was recording the songs for her third studio album, Good Girl Gone Bad (2007). “I’ve never had vocal training, so when I’m in the studio, he’ll tell me how to breathe and stuff,” she said of the experience. He’ll say something like, “OK, I want you to do staccato,” in big, fancy words. ‘OK, I don’t know what that is,’ I say. Music critics gave her vocal performance on Loud (2010) favorable reviews. In his review of the song “Love the Way You Lie (Part II),” BBC’s James Skinner praised Rihanna’s vocals and stated that her voice is strong and that “it is Rihanna’s vocal – at once commanding, soulful and vulnerable – that anchors the song, and Loud itself.” The Independent’s Andy Gill believes that “California King Bed” showcases her best vocal performance. Billboard magazine stated in a review of Unapologetic that “Diamonds finds Rihanna doing one of her throatiest, most impassioned vocals to date, on this inspirational pop ballad.” Her voice “cured into a weapon of emotional chill and tactical indifference over the years, as her game face frozen in place,” according to Jon Caramanica of the New York Times. It is clearly unfriendly and was designed to give commands. On Rolling Stone’s list of the 200 greatest singers ever, Rihanna was ranked 68th in 2023.

Rihanna has said that she wants to “make music that could be heard in parts of the world that I’ve never been to” in a statement about her musical career. She started incorporating a variety of genres, including pop, R&B, reggae, dubstep, hip hop, and EDM, with its provocative subject matter and lyrics. Slant Magazine stated in a review of Good Girl Gone Bad that Rihanna “finally figured out that she’s a dance artist and the majority of the album is comprised of uptempo dance-pop [songs like]” “Push Up on Me” and “Don’t Stop the Music”. It is referred to as a turning point in her career because it departs from the Caribbean sound of her earlier albums. Songs like “Don’t Stop the Music” and “Shut Up and Drive” are among the record’s first half’s many 1980s pop influences, but the second half retreats into traditional R&B.