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Rihanna From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Not to be confused with Rhianna or Rayhana. Rihanna Background information Birth name Robyn Rihanna Fenty Born February 20, 1988 (1988-02-20) (age 20) Saint Michael, Barbados Origin Barbados Genre(s) R&B, pop, reggae, dance, electronica Musical style(s) Dance-pop, electropop, dancehall Occupation(s) Singer, model, fashion designer, philanthropist Years active 2005–present Label(s) Def Jam Recordings Associated acts Ne-Yo, Jay-Z, Chris Brown, Maroon 5, Justin Timberlake Website Official Site Rihanna (born Robyn Rihanna Fenty; February 20, 1988) is a Barbadian singer, model, fashion designer and philanthropist. She is the second artist, and first female, from Barbados to have received a Grammy Award (the first being Jimmy Senya Haynes). Rihanna is currently signed to the Def Jam Recordings label. She has attained four Billboard Hot 100 number ones thus far ("SOS", "Umbrella", Take a Bow", and "Disturbia"), tying her with Mariah Carey and Beyonce as the female solo artist with the most number ones of the 2000's. Rihanna came to fame in 2005 with the release of her debut album Music of the Sun, which featured her breakthrough single "Pon de Replay". Less than a year later, Rihanna released A Girl Like Me and gave her first number one single, "SOS". In 2007, Rihanna released her third studio album, Good Girl Gone Bad. The album has yielded six hit singles including three worldwide number one singles "Umbrella", "Don't Stop the Music", and "Take A Bow". Since the release of her debut album, Rihanna has amassed eleven top 40 hit singles in the U.S. Contents 1 Biography 2 Music career 2.1 2005–2006: Music of the Sun 2.2 2006–2007: A Girl like Me 2.3 2007–present: Good Girl Gone Bad 2.4 Future projects 3 Charity work 4 Filmography 5 Discography 6 Tours 7 Awards 8 References 9 External links
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Biography Rihanna was born in Saint Michael, Barbados, to Ronald Fenty of Barbados and Monica Fenty, who is of Guyanese descent. She has two younger brothers, Rorrey and Rajad Fenty. Rihanna went to Charles F. Broome Memorial School, a primary school in Barbados, and then on to the Combermere School, where she formed a musical trio with two of her classmates. In 2004, she won the Miss Combermere Beauty Pageant and performed in the Colours of Combermere School Show. In 2003, at the age of 15, Rihanna received her big break when one of her friends introduced her to music producer Evan Rogers, who was vacationing in Barbados with his wife. Rogers, along with his partner, Carl Sturken, helped Rihanna record material in the U.S. which was sent to various recording companies. One copy of Rihanna's work was sent to Jay-Z, who eventually signed her to Def Jam Recordings. Rihanna cites Brandy, Beyoncé Knowles, Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, Bob Marley, Madonna and her Caribbean background as major musical influences. Rihanna also stated in a recent interview that former Island Def Jam record label artist Fefe Dobson was someone whom she admired and looked up to, having a fellow artist writing, singing, and performing the music she truly loves. Music career 2005–2006: Music of the Sun See also: Music of the Sun Rihanna's debut album, Music of the Sun, was released on August 30, 2005, yielding two singles, the first being "Pon de Replay" which was released on August 22, 2005. This single became a huge success upon its release peaking at number 2 in the US on Billboard Hot 100 charts. It also became a global hit where it peaked within the top 10 across 15 countries as well as achieving top 20 chartings on 20 charts around the world. The single written by Carl Sturken and Evan Rogers was described by Rolling Stone magazine as a "poppy piece of dancehall reggae with slapping, syncopated beats recalling big-band jazz."  However, despite "Pon de Replays" commercial chart success, the album itself was rated 2.5 out of 5 stars by Rolling Stone Magazine and described as lacking the replay value, ingenuity and rhythm of the single with "generic vocal hiccups and frills" of US R&B inflecting upon her "caribbean charm". Since its release, the album reached the top 10 in both US and Canadian charts, gaining gold certification from the RIAA from selling 500,000 units and subsequent platinum certifications for selling 2 million units in various other countries. The second single "If It's Lovin' That You Want" was less successful than "Pon de Replay", but it became a hit nonetheless by managing to achieve a top 40 charting in the USA reaching a high of number 36. In Australia, Ireland and New Zealand the single proved to be well-received reaching the top 10 in those countries. Overall the single became a top 40 hit on 11 charts around the globe. Despite the album not having huge promotion and only releasing two singles Music of the Sun managed to sell over 500,000 copies in the United States and 2 million worldwide. When asked about the nature of the album by AskMen Magazine about the album itself, Rihanna noted that it was released quickly after she was discovered in her home as a means of portraying her image as a girl from a small area who had moved to a large country in line with her debut, and that her second album was released somewhat shortly thereafter to illustrate that in her time in the country she had grown up quickly enough to release another album. Audio samples: "Pon de Replay" (2005) First single from Music of the Sun. "SOS" (2006) First single from A Girl like Me. Problems playing the files? See media help. 2006–2007: A Girl like Me See also: A Girl like Me (Rihanna album) Rihanna second album, A Girl Like Me, was released in April 2006; less than eight months after the release of her first album. The lead single, "SOS", was used in an endorsement deal with Nike. The song became Rihanna's first number-one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart; it also debuted at number one on the Hot Digital Songs chart. "SOS" peaked at number one in Australia and number two in the UK. The second single, entitled "Unfaithful", was written by R&B singer Ne-Yo. The song became her third top ten hit in the U.S. and in the UK. The third single, "We Ride", wasn't as successful as her previous releases, failing to chart on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, however, it became her fifth UK top 20 single, where it peaked at number 17 on that chart and peaked at number one on the U.S. Hot Dance Club Play chart. Rihanna's fourth single from the album, "Break It Off" featuring Sean Paul, had already climbed to number 45 on the Billboard Hot 100 based solely on airplay. It was released as a digital download on February 19, 2007, which made the song jump from number fifty-two to number ten and then eventually peak at number nine. A Girl like Me's sales were significantly stronger, selling over 1 million in the U.S and over 3.5 million worldwide. In total, Rihanna has had eleven number-ones on the Billboard charts and has had major success on the Hot Dance Club Play chart with four number-ones ("Pon De Replay", "SOS", "Unfaithful", and "We Ride"). When Rihanna received an endorsement deal from Clinique, she recorded a song written by Ne-Yo entitled "Just Be Happy" as part of the deal to promote their Happy fragrance. Rihanna also recorded a song called "Winning Women" with Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger for P&G’s female deodorant Secret. During this time Rihanna also made her acting debut in a cameo role in Bring It On: All or Nothing, which was released on August 8, 2006. 2007–present: Good Girl Gone Bad See also: Good Girl Gone Bad Rihanna went into the studio in early 2007 with Ne-Yo, Stargate, and Timbaland among others to record her third album, Good Girl Gone Bad. The album was released on June 5, 2007, features Jay-Z and Ne-Yo. Rihanna worked with Timbaland on three songs in the album. Justin Timberlake co-wrote and provides background vocals on "Rehab". The album so far has yielded five hit singles, including the world-wide number one hit "Umbrella", featuring Jay-Z. In addition to reaching number one in various countries, "Umbrella" was the number one single in the UK for 10 consecutive weeks, making it the longest running UK number one single since Wet Wet Wet's single "Love Is All Around", back in 1994, and the longest running number one by a female artist since Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You", which also topped the chart for 10 weeks in 1992. By the end of the year, "Umbrella" was ranked second on the Billboard Hot 100 year-end chart in the United States; however, due to the song's world-wide chart dominance it was named the most successful song in the world for 2007, getting 8,160,000 points on the United World Chart. Her other singles, "Shut Up and Drive" and "Don't Stop The Music" were able to mirror the success of "Umbrella", with "Don't Stop the Music" reaching number three on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Rihanna's seventh top ten single and her fourth top five hit, while peaking at number one in various countries, including the United World Chart. The fourth single (third single in the US and UK) "Hate That I Love You", featuring Ne-Yo, was able to peak at number seven in the U.S. Starting September 12, 2007, Rihanna toured Canada and the United States in support of the album with several shows and then crossed to Europe. The tour was called called the Good Girl Gone Bad Tour, and was released on DVD on June 17, 2008, featuring the show performed at the Manchester Evening News Arena on December 6, 2007. Rihanna premiered a new single, "Take a Bow", on KIIS-FM's On Air with Ryan Seacrest. The song was backed by the re-issue of her third album, titled Good Girl Gone Bad: Reloaded, which was released on June 17, 2008. It peaked at number one on the Hot 100 and on the UK Singles Chart, as well as numerous other countries. Good Girl Gone Bad: Reloaded also includes Rihanna's duet with Maroon 5, "If I Never See Your Face Again" and her newest US single, "Disturbia".
Future projects Rihanna has teamed up with H&M and other celebrities like Timbaland and Good Charlotte for "Fashion against AIDS". The collection is designed to spread awareness about HIV/AIDS. It was released at H&M in early February 2008. She went on the Glow In The Dark Tour with Kanye West, Lupe Fiasco, and N.E.R.D. There are conflicting reports about her next album. MTV.com reported that Rihanna has now gone into the studio to start recording her fourth album, but on the Ryan Seacrest show Rihanna said "I am not in the studio yet, Not yet no, We're not gonna have an album out this year, probably the top of next year in 2009." In the near future, Rihanna is scheduled to work with Ryan Tedder who named her as 'The Next Britney'. Rihanna will be a godmother of the eight season of Star Academy France. Charity work Rihanna created her Believe Foundation in 2006 to help terminally ill children. Rihanna has performed a number of concerts to raise funds for both charities and the Foundation. After her performances, she met children from the local charities, signing autographs and posing for pictures with her young fans. She explains her reasons for starting the Foundation, "When I was young and I would watch television and I would see all the children suffering, I always said: when I grow up, I want to help." From taking time out for little acts of kindness, such as signing a games console for an auction benefiting Mission Australia, her commitment to helping children has extended to becoming a 2008 Cartier LOVECHARITY Bracelet Ambassador, performing at Madonna’s Raising Malawi fundraiser, and even using her fame to help a mother of two find a bone marrow donor. Filmography 2006 - Bring It On: All or Nothing.... As Herself 2009 - Mama Black Widow.... Carol Tilson Discography Main article: Rihanna discography Tours 2006: Rock tha Block Tour 2007: Good Girl Gone Bad Tour 2008: Glow in the Dark Tour (with Kanye West, N.E.R.D, and Lupe Fiasco) Awards Main article: List of Rihanna awards References ^ The Nation Newspaper GRAMMY GIRL ^ [dead link] ^ The Nation Newspaper Bajan stars welcome Grammy ^ The Nation Newspaper Jimmy was first ^ Def Jam Recordings ^ http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003839063 Billboard ^ allmusic ((( Rihanna > Charts & Awards > Billboard Singles ))) ^ Interview with Rihanna. Honoluluadvertiser.com. September 15, 2006. ^ Rihanna: Brightest Star, allhiphop.com. September 2005 ^ Interview with Rihanna. Morafire.com. Jan/Feb 2007. ^ ARTISTdirect's Exclusive Interview With Rihanna! - ARTISTdirect News ^ Rihanna Profile ^ Rihanna on embracing her ''Bad'' side Rihanna | SUMMER MUSIC Q&A | Music | The EW 100 | Entertainment Weekly ^ [http://ahotmess.wordpress.com/2007/05/26/rihanna-performs-in-germany/ Rihanna performs in Germany ^ Rihanna: A Dream Come True ^ Rihanna - Biography ^ a b Rihanna - Pon De Replay - Music Charts ^ Walters, Barry (September 8, 2005). Music of the Sun Review. Rolling Stone. Accessed August 18, 2007. ^ World Chart Positions. aCharts.us. Accessed July 30, 2007. ^ "Rihanna Takes RIAA Platinum for Girl Like Me, Her Second Album, Featuring Hits "Unfaithful" and "SOS"". Def Jam Recordings. Accessed September 10, 2007. ^ Index ^ worldwidealbums.net ^ Rihanna Loses Good Girl Image, Thanks to Jay-Z, Justin, Timbaland, Ne-Yo ^ Billboard 2007 Year In Music ^ Global Track Chart ^ "Rihanna "Take A Bow"". KIIS-FM (2008-03-14). Retrieved on 2008-03-14. ^ Good Charlotte, Rihanna H&M AIDS Charity Fashion Line; Celebrities Team With H&M For “Fashion Against AIDS” Clothing Line ^ Kanye West's Glow In The Dark Tour Will Feature Rihanna, Lupe Fiasco, N.E.R.D. ^ Kanye West Nabs Rihanna, Lupe Fiasco For Upcoming Tour - News Story Music, Celebrity, Artist News | MTV News ^ - rihanna.com/2008/03/21/news/tedder-rihanna-is-the-next-britney/#comments RYAN TEDDER: ‘RIHANNA IS THE NEXT BRITNEY’ as a compliement. Ultimate Rihanna - Rihanna Fenty Fan Site ^ French magazine “Tele Loisirs” has just announced that Rihanna and Christophe Mae would be godparents of the eight season of Star Academy France. ^ The Believe Foundation - founded by Rihanna ^ Rihanna Touring for Kids in Need - Good Deeds, Rihanna : People.com ^ Rihanna - Rihanna Fights To Save Cancer-Stricken Mum External links Wikiquote has a collection of quotations related to: RihannaRihanna Official Website Rihanna at the Internet Movie Database Rihanna's Believe Foundation Rihanna Studio albums Music of the Sun • A Girl Like Me • Good Girl Gone Bad Singles "Pon de Replay" • "If It's Lovin' That You Want" • "SOS" • "Unfaithful" • "We Ride" • "Break It Off" • "Umbrella" • "Shut Up and Drive" • "Hate That I Love You" • "Don't Stop the Music" • "Take a Bow" • "Disturbia" Guest singles "If I Never See Your Face Again" DVDs Good Girl Gone Bad Live Tours "Good Girl Gone Bad Tour" • "Glow in the Dark Tour" Related articles Discography • Awards Persondata NAME Rihanna ALTERNATIVE NAMES Fenty, Robyn Rihanna SHORT DESCRIPTION Singer, model, song-writer DATE OF BIRTH 1988-2-20 PLACE OF BIRTH Saint Michael, Barbados DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF DEATH Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rihanna" Categories: 1988 births | Living people | Barbadian musicians | Barbadian expatriates in the United States | Def Jam Recordings artists | Grammy Award winners | Juno Award winners | People of Guyanese descent | People from San Diego, California | Pop singers | Reggae musicians | Rihanna | Rhythm and blues singers Hidden categories: All articles with dead external links | Articles with dead external links since August 2008 | Semi-protected | All articles with unsourced statements | Articles with unsourced statements since March 2008
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