Rihanna Better Have My Video

CI4jD_hWgAABmdtso rihanna dropped her “bitch better have my money” video at 12am.
since i done slept my life away today,
i had no choice than to make the video my bedtime story.

tumblr_inline_nn6yvuS2uF1rvzmus_500tumblr_n6m0pdEt581s64jz1o2_250 rihanna went full “tarantino” in that video.
that concept was dark.
i could probably only watch it once tho.
i love how she pushes the envelope and keeps on having no fucks.
she truly is the black madonna.
can we talk about this tho:


The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) today announced that Rihanna has surpassed more than 100 million Gold & Platinum song certifications, elevating her to number one on RIAA’s list of artists with the most Digital Single Awards and making her the first and only artist to surpass RIAA’s 100 million cumulative singles award threshold. 

Encompassing a range of songs from an extraordinarily successful career, Rihanna today claimed 48 million new RIAA Digital Single Certifications, which count download sales and on-demand streams in the United States.  

“Gold & Platinum is the industry’s premier way to celebrate achievement in the marketplace,” said Cary Sherman, Chairman & CEO, RIAA.  “We’ve given awards to artists for nearly 60 years, but it’s rare that we have the opportunity to recognize a milestone like the one Rihanna has reached.  Congratulations to Rihanna!  She has not only surpassed RIAA’s one-hundred million mark, but also is the first artist to do so.  It’s an historic feat and a testament to an extraordinary career.”    

Rihanna’s Westbury Road Entertainment LLC/Roc Nation/Def Jam career song certifications span 37 separate titles released during her decade of music making, and include a 9X multi-Platinum award for “We Found Love,” 6X multi-Platinums for “Stay,” “What’s My Name” and “Only Girl (In The World),” plus a 2X multi-Platinum for new song “FourFiveSeconds,” a Platinum for “Bitch Better Have My Money” and many more.

In addition to her 100 million cumulative song honors, Rihanna’s career album awards total 7.5 million sold in the United States, including a 2x multi-Platinum for “Good Girl Gone Bad” (2007), five Platinum albums for “A Girl Like Me” (2006), “Rated R” (2009), “Loud” (2010), “Talk That Talk” (2011) and “Unapologetic” (2012) plus Gold for “Music Of The Sun” (2005). 

We Found Love – 9x Platinum
Stay – 6x Platinum
What’s My Name – 6x Platinum
Diamonds – 5x Platinum
Disturbia – 5x Platinum
Umbrella – 5x Platinum
Don’t Stop the Music – 4x Platinum
S&M – 4x Platinum
Only Girl – 4x Platinum
Where Have You Been – 4x Platinum
Rude Boy – 3x Platinum
Unfaithful – 3x Platinum
Pour it Up – 2x Platinum
Four Five Seconds – 2x Platinum
Hard – 2x Platinum
Hate That I Love You – 2x Platinum
Man Down – 2x Platinum
Cheers – 2x Platinum
Shut Up and Drive – 2x Platinum
You Da One – 2x Platinum
Rehab – 2x Platinum
SOS – 2x Platinum
California King Bed – 2x Platinum
Russian Roulette – 2x Platinum
Talk That Talk – Platinum
Bitch B Have My Money – Platinum
Rockstar 101 – Platinum
Break It Off – Gold
Right Now – Gold
If It’s Lovin that you want – Gold
Te Amo – Gold
What Now – Gold
We Ride – Gold
Loveee Song – Gold
Cockiness – Gold

CI1j216WEAAOJJG“she won’t last”,
they said.

Screen Shot 2015-07-02 at 1.22.38 AMcongrats to rihanna!

lowkey: don’t you love it when black folks put the game in a headlock?
follow your dreams foxhole.

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Author: jamari fox

the fox invited to the blogging table.

10 thoughts on “Rihanna Better Have My Video”

  1. RiRi and King Bey run this damn industry….they better bow down to the black Queens…i’m proud of her and she’s still young and has a future ahead of her…i love how she gave GOD props as well….now watch the illuminati theorists say she was talking about the devil bahahaha lol

  2. If you would’ve told me in 05 that Rihanna would’ve been doing this i probably wouldn’t have believed you.
    She proved me wrong.

  3. If you had to make a list of the top 10 iconic female acts half if not most would be black on that list! Congrats to Riri, I’m still waiting on that album though.

  4. I’m happy for her success. It’s good to see Black people dominating the industry. However that BBHMM song/video is still garbage.

  5. I am very proud and happy for her! If someone has to do it, it may as well be one of us. (No shade).

  6. As much as I don’t care for this particular song, I’m happy for her to get the recognition!
    I pegged her as a one-hit wonder when Pon De Replay was out…MAN was I wrong!!
    She has had some decent songs through the span of her career. My favorite, Skin! That shyt is hot!! LOL

  7. Can’t hate. She’s definitely has proven herself to be an icon.

    About the video, it was very ambitious but I was not very entertained.

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