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With the advent of Talk That Talk, it’s clear that Rihanna remains the most esteemed darling of the pop music world and beyond. Her latest offering is inspired, anthem-heavy and infused with references to sweeping genres from dubstep to techno.
There’s no question about it with an opening track like “You Da One”, released earlier this month as the album’s second single. The song’s fleeting intro, a cassette-tape-like warble of the chorus, sets the creative mood of the album before Rihanna delivers her characteristic staccato over the first of the record’s many hypnotizing melodies. “You Da One” boasts affectionate lyrics and savvy drum patterns that quickly pull the listener in, and with a well-structured breakdown full of strategic bits of synth-y bass toward the end, it can quickly become a favorite.
Rihanna’s sixth studio album Talk That Talk debuts at #3 on Billboard 200 with 198,000 copies sold in its first week! Make sure to keep buying album on iTunes and Amazon. Rihanna’s highest debut was in 2007 when Good Girl Gone Bad made it at #2.
Talk That Talk track is ‘Rihanna all day,’ Bangladesh tells MTV News.
Many of the tracks on Rihanna’s Talk That Talk certainly touch on some very sexy subjects, using some very saucy language. But none are quite as blush-inducing as “Cockiness (Love It),” a sexed-up, genre-busting anthem on which Rihanna’s not shy about liking the way her man loves her.
The Bangladesh-produced song is raunchy and over-the-top, and, according to the man himself, was already cooking up long before Rihanna came calling. ” ‘Cockiness,’ it’s layers of things I had sampled for a long time, never really messed with it too much,” he told MTV News. “I was in L.A., and I had just pulled it out, chopped it up, made it a beat. My artist Candice Pillay, my other writers, Dem Jointz, they wrote the song.”
While Rihanna is on tour, we got some other news to share with you. Boyce Avenue covers Rihanna’s We Found Love. They premiered it two days ago (27.11) and it has already more than 1 million views. Check it out and tell us what do you think by leaving a comment below.