Rihanna - Shut Up And Drive

Posted 9 years ago
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Evan Rogers, Carl Sturken
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It’s been a good year for Rihanna.  Following the success of her chart-topper Umbrella, this Good Girl Gone Bad brings us her second single, Shut Up And Drive.  Rihanna rocks out on this single, with a guitar-driven track that is absolutely infectious. “You feel different every album,” Rihanna explains, “And at this stage I feel like I want to do a lot of up-tempo songs.”  This single is somewhat of a departure from Rihanna’s usual sound, but it suits her perfectly – and you can bet that this song will drive right to the top of the charts.

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