Do you think you know how the chorus is going to go? You're probably right!
Continuing with our reviews of the just-leaked bonus tracks off Talk That Talk comes Rihanna's understudy to "You Da One."
The last of Rihanna's bonus tracks... well, let's start by pointing out that it quotes "Bohemian Rhapsody."
We're reviewing the just-leaked bonus tracks off the deluxe edition Rihanna's "Talk That Talk." First up: The sinewy "Red Lipstick."
The "Look At Me Now" duo are reunited on the Sak Pase-produced new banger.
The electro-pop artist is back, with... another bit of electro-pop. Prepare for either dance or silence.
Rihanna's album has leaked in (pretty much) full -- check out our rankings of the 11 tracks, worst to best, and let us know your take.
No. 10 on our track-by-track review of Rihanna's leaked album "Talk That Talk": the comparatively lightweight "Watch 'N' Learn."
The ninth track from "Talk That Talk," and the first one that makes us miss Young Jeezy.
We're reviewing all 11 tracks on Rihanna's "Talk That Talk," leaked last weekend. Next up: a track by the xx becomes a big ol' power ballad.
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