Rihanna has released her seventh studio album in as many years — She’s a hard working woman and it certainly pays off! I’ve listened to ‘Unapologetic’ and I can tell you it’s one of Rihanna’s best albums to date!
On “Jump,” Rihanna sings “When you f**k them other girls I bet they be wondering why you always call my name.” Could this be a diss towards Karrueche Tran? “You don’t need another lover,” she continues.
On “Love Without Tragedy” Rihanna seems to recount Chris’ deadly assault on her in 2009. She sings, “You took the best years of my life/I took the best years of your life/Felt like love struck me in the night/I prayed that love don’t strike twice/Red lip stick, rose petals, heart break/I was this marilyn monroe/Wrong nights, tuxedo, fast cars/A james dean on the low.” She then asks “What’s Love Without Tragedy?” If we’ve learned anything from Rihanna and Chris over the last five years, love without tragedy is not in the cards for them. Despite their hardships, they do truly love one another.
Furthermore, on “Lost In Paradise,” Rihanna coos, “It may be wrong, but it feels so right.” Of course, the media portrays Chris to be a monster, but Rihanna is only following her heart. To her, a love with Chris “feels” right. Can we really argue with that?
The lyrics on this new album are very telling. Also, there’s a good mix of club anthems and slower, emotional tracks that will satisfy any listener.
I strongly suggest purchasing the deluxe version of Unapologetic as you’ll receive her hot duet with Chris, a new track with Eminem, David Guetta and more!
Favorite Tracks: “Nobody’s Business,” “Jump” and “Diamonds.”
What do YOU think of Rihanna’s new album, HollywoodLifers?
— Chris Rogers
More ‘Unapologetic’ News:
- Chris Brown Tells Rihanna He’s ‘In Love’ With New Track ‘Diamonds’
- Rihanna Writes New Song About Chris Brown Assault?
- Chris Brown & Rihanna Hooked Up While Recording A New Song — Report