- Real Name: Robyn Rihanna Fenty
- Nickname: RiRi
- Hometown: Bridgetown, Barbados
- Label: Westbury Road Ent. / Roc Nation
Rihanna's Dark & Deeply Personal ‘Rated R’: 10 Years Later
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10 Most Valuable Rap Collaborators of the 2010s, Ranked
Another perfect list.
The Real Beauty of Childish Gambino's 'Guava Island'
We get our music on demand, but on Guava Island, the radio allows everyone, even if for only two minutes, to share in a communal experience.
Rihanna, Janelle Monáe, Noname & More: Morning Bars
All the latest hip-hop news in one place.
Rihanna Responds to Tone-Deaf Snapchat Ad: “Shame On You”
"I know you ain't that dumb."
A Virtual Portrait Series in Celebration of Black History Month
In honor of Black History Month, DJBooth has partnered with AT&T to highlight influential figures in Black history.
Beat Break: Boi-1da Shares the Story Behind His 5 Biggest Songs
The Toronto-raised producer breaks down hits for Drake, Kendrick, Eminem and Rihanna.
30 Best Hip-Hop and R&B Albums of the Decade (So Far), Ranked
The 30 best hip-hop and R&B LPs since January 1, 2010.
Beat Break: Sevn Thomas Shares the Story Behind His 5 Biggest Songs
The producer with the bounce opens up about producing for Drake, Rihanna, Travis Scott and more.
Kendrick Lamar's New Album 'DAMN.' Features Rihanna & U2
K. Dot has shared the title, artwork and tracklisting to his new album.
Why Rihanna & Drake's "Work" is the Best Party Song of 2016
Throughout the spirit-crushing landfill of a year that was 2016, "Work" helped us dance away the pain.
Meet Starrah, the Songwriter Behind Drake, Travis & Rihanna's Biggest 2016 Hits
The best kept secret in the music industry took over the airwaves in 2016.
Rihanna's 'Anti' Album Still Producing Hit Singles Almost a Year Later
There's a lesson in patience here for all artists—in 2016 your big break can come long after the music first drops.
Rihanna Just Co-Signed Boogie's Outstanding "N*gga Needs" Video
Boogie's "N*gga Needs" is one of the best videos of the year. Rihanna agrees.
Rihanna Honors Victims of French Terror Attack With Powerful "Diamonds" Performance
You may not think of Rihanna as a "social" or political artist, but at least for one night she used her music to heal and unite.