Who is Rihanna? Vital?
In addition to his successful work in the music world, we have compiled for you the scandals in his private life and what you do not know about the world famous pop star Rihanna that does not fall from the magazine’s agenda. Our story of the unknown stars and the life story full of achievements …
Robyn Rihanna Fenty, known as Rihanna, is an American singer born in the Saint Michael region of Barbados, a small island country on February 20, 1988.
Ronald Fenty, a white father from Barbados, and Monice Fenty’s granddaughter, a Guyanese black mother. He has two brothers, Rorrey and Rajad.
He completed primary school in his home country, Charles F. Broome Memorial School. Her childhood was a simple island girl in the Caribbean, which is also located in Barbados. Here, his father’s cocaine addiction and the divorce of his family took great pains.
His family was 14 when he was divorced. At the end of 16, he went to Combermere Language School. At the age of 16 she won the Miss Combermere beauty contest in 2004 and performed the song “Hero” by Mariah Carey, starring in the “Colors of the Combermere School” show.
Rihanna, who met American music producer Evan Rogers, who was holidaying with her husband in Barbados, at the age of 15, through a friend, took his first big step in the music career.
Successful producer Evan Rogers and his partner, Carl Sturken, decided to support Rihanna’s first records. Sample records in the United States have been sent to numerous registrars.
One of these records was sent to Jay-Z. Jay-Z brought Rihanna together with Def Jam Records, the first company to sign the contract. In 2005 he moved to New York in America.
Rihanna wrote many tracks on her album and proved to be a talented word-music writer.
In 2005, his first album, Music of the Sun, was released.
Rihanna Umbrella, who changed her style with the release of Good Girl Gone Bad in the following semester, has made important songs such as Shut Up and Drive, Do not Stop the Music, Take a Bow and Disturbia and won the Grammy Award.
In 2009, he released his fourth album, Rated R, which reached millions of sales worldwide.
Loud, Talk That Talk, and Unapologetic are the albums he has released in the next period, respectively.
2005 – Music of the Sun
2006 – A Girl Like Me
2007 – Good Girl Gone Bad
2009 – Rated R 23
2010 – Loud
2011 – Talk That Talk
2012 – Unapologetic
2006 – Bring It On: All or Nothing
2008 – Good Girl Gone Bad Live
2012 – Battleship
2012 – Katy Perry: Part of Me
2005 – Las Vegas
2006 – My Super Sweet 16
2006 – Punk’d
2009 – 2012 – Saturday Night Live
2011 – Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
2011 – The X Factor