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Robyn Rihanna Fenty (born February 20, xxxx), known by her stage name Rihanna (/ri'??n?/ ree-AH-n? or /ri'æn?/ ree-AN-?, from the Welsh name Rhiannon[4]), is a Barbadian recording artist, actress, and fashion designer. She was born in Saint Michael, Barbados, and her career began when she met record producer Evan Rogers through mutual friends in late xxxx and recorded demo tapes under Rogers's guidance. Her demo tape was sent to several record labels, and she subsequently signed a contract with Def Jam Recordings after auditioning for its president, rapper Jay-Z. Rihanna's debut and second studio albums, Music of the Sun (xxxx) and A Girl Like Me (xxxx), peaked in the top ten on the Billboard 200 chart. Both albums spawned the Billboard Hot 100 top two hit single "Pon de Replay" and her Her third studio album, Good Girl Gone Bad (xxxx), and its chart-topping lead single "Umbrella" were major breakthroughs in her career that brought her to widespread prominence. The album and its Reloaded version (xxxx) produced the worldwide hit singles "Don't Stop the Music", "Take a Bow", and "Disturbia". The record was nominated for nine Grammy Awards, winning Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for "Umbrella", and is Rihanna's best-selling album in the US to date. After an altercation with then-boyfriend Chris Brown, Rihanna released her fourth studio album, Rated R, in November xxxx. It was followed by three more albums: Loud (xxxx), Talk That Talk (xxxx), and her first Billboard 200 number one album Unapologetic (xxxx). That same year she appeared in her first theatrical feature film: Battleship. These albums feature the global hit singles "Rude Boy", "What's My Name?", "S&M", "Where Have You Been" and "Stay", as well as some of the best-selling singles of all time, such as "Umbrella", "Disturbia", "Only Girl (In the World)", "We Found Love", and "Diamonds". In addition to her solo work, Rihanna has collaborated with numerous other artists, including being featured on the worldwide hits "Live Your Life" (with T.I.) and "Love the Rihanna's work has earned her numerous awards and accolades, including six Grammy Awards,[2] five American Music Awards, 22 Billboard Music Awards, and two BRIT Awards. She has sold over 30 million albums and 120 million singles worldwide,[5] which makes her one of the best-selling artists of all time.[6] She has achieved twelve number one singles on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, the youngest solo artist to achieve the feat. Billboard named her the Digital Songs Artist of the xxxxs decade, ranking her seventeenth overall.[7][8] In xxxx, Billboard ranked Rihanna the top Hot 100 artist of the xxxxs decade.[9] In xxxx, Forbes ranked her the fourth most powerful celebrity of the year, with earnings of $53 million between May xxxx and May xxxx. The same year, TIME named Rihanna one of the 100 MostRobyn Rihanna Fenty was born on February 20, xxxx, in Saint Michael, Barbados. Her mother is Monica Braithwaite, a retired Afro-Guyanese accountant, and her father is Ronald Fenty, a warehouse supervisor of Barbadian and Irish descent.[10][11] Rihanna has two brothers, Rorrey and Rajad Fenty, and two half-sisters and a half-brother from her father's side, each born to different mothers from his previous relationships.[12][13] She grew up in a three-bedroom bungalow in Bridgetown and sold clothes with her father in a stall on the street. Rihanna's childhood was deeply affected by her father's addiction to crack cocaine, alcohol, and marijuana, and her parents' turbulent marriage ended when she was 14.[11][14] Rihanna grew up listening to reggae music and began singing at around the age of seven.[12][15] She attended Charles F. Broome Memorial Primary School and Combermere High School, where she formed a musical trio with two of her classmates.[12] Rihanna was an army cadet in a sub-military programme; the singer-songwriter Shontelle was her drill sergeant.[16] Although she initially wanted to graduate from high school, she chose to pursue Rihanna's career began through her association with American record producers Carl Sturken and Evan Rogers; she met Rogers through mutual friends in Barbados in December xxxx. She caught the attention of Rogers, who asked Rihanna to come to his hotel room, where she performed renditions of the songs "Emotion" and "Hero". This impressed Rogers, who then took Rihanna and her mother to New York City to record some demo tapes.[18] Rihanna was signed to Rogers' and Sturken's production company, Syndicated Rhythm Productions, which assigned her a lawyer and manager. In late xxxx, her demo tape was distributed to record labels around the world,[18] where it captured the attention of Jay Brown, an A&R executive at Def Jam Recordings, and played it for presidentIn February xxxx, Rihanna flew up to New York City to audition for Jay-Z and industry executive L.A. Reid, performing Whitney Houston's version of "For the Love of You" and the original songs "Pon de Replay" and "The Last Time".[18][20] That same day, Rihanna signed a six-album record deal with Def Jam Recordings, and she later moved to New York City to live with Rihanna spent the next three months collaborating with rapper Memphis Bleek on his fourth studio album 534 and recording her debut album.[22] Her album featured production from Rogers, Sturken, StarGate and Poke & Tone.[23] Her debut single, "Pon de Replay", was released in August xxxx. It charted successfully worldwide, peaking in the top five in fifteen countries, including at number two on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and the UK Singles Chart.[24] Her debut album, Music of the Sun, was released later that month. It peaked at number ten on the US Billboard 200 and received a gold certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), denoting shipments of over 500,000 units.[25] The album sold over two million copies worldwide. It received mixed reviews; Rolling Stone gave it two and a half out of five stars and described as lacking replay value, ingenuity, and rhythm.[26] Sal Cinquemani of Slant Magazine described the album as a "glut of teen R&B chanteuses" and described her lead single as "a dancehall-pop mixture that owes plenty of its sweat and shimmy to Beyoncé's "Baby Boy".[23] A second single, "If It's Lovin' that You Want", was not as successful as its predecessor, but reached the top ten in Australia,A month after the release of her debut album, Rihanna began working on her second studio album.[28] Rogers, Sturken, StarGate, J. R. Rotem and label-mate singer-songwriter Ne-Yo worked on the production and writing of the album.[29] A Girl Like Me was released in April xxxx.[30] Critical response to the album was mixed; Rolling Stone commented, "Like her filler-packed debut album, this similar but superior follow-up doesn't deliver anything else as ingenious as its lead single."[31] The album was a commercial success, charting in the top ten in thirteen countries. The album reached number one in Canada and number five in the UK and US, where it sold 115,000 copies its first week.[25][32] Its lead single, "SOS", was an international success, charting in the top five in eleven countries, including Canada, Germany, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom. The song reached number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 and in Australia, her first to reach this chart position.[33] "Unfaithful", the album's second single, reached the top ten in eighteen countries, including number one in Canada and Switzerland.[34] "We Ride" and "Break It Off", the latter featuring Sean Paul, were also released as singles.[35][36] Following the release of the album, Rihanna embarked on her first headlining tour, the Rihanna: Live in Concert Tour, also performing alongside Jay-Z and Ne-Yo on the Rock Tha Block Tour. In addition, she joined The Pussycat Dolls on For her third studio album, Good Girl Gone Bad, Rihanna embraced a new musical direction through uptempo dance tracks produced by Timbaland, and Sean Garrett.[37][38] Released in May xxxx, the album charted at number two in Australia and the US and topped the charts in multiple countries, including Brazil, Canada, Ireland, Japan, Russia and the UK.[39] The album received the most positive critical reviews of her first three albums.[40] The lead single, "Umbrella", topped the charts in thirteen countries and remained number one in the UK for ten consecutive weeks, the longest-running number one single since Wet Wet Wet's single "Love Is All Around" spent fifteen weeks at the top in xxxx.[41][42] It was Rihanna's first single to be named one of the best-selling singles worldwide, with sales of over 6.6 million copies.[43][44] The songs "Shut Up and Drive", "Hate That I Love You" featuring Ne-Yo, and "Don't Stop The Music" were also released as singles. In support of the album, she began the Good Girl Gone Bad Tour in September xxxx, with 80 shows across the US, Canada, and Europe.[45] Rihanna was nominated for several xxxx Grammy Awards, winning Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for "Umbrella" Throughout xxxx, Rihanna performed on the Glow in the Dark Tour alongside Kanye West, Lupe Fiasco, and N.E.R.D.[47] Her third album's reissue, Good Girl Gone Bad: Reloaded, was released in June xxxx with three new songs: "Disturbia", "Take a Bow", and the Maroon 5 duet "If I Never See Your Face Again". All three were released as singles and charted highly, reaching peak positions worldwide.[48][49][50] In August xxxx, Rihanna and a host of other female singers, including Beyoncé Knowles, Mary J. Blige, and Mariah Carey, recorded the charity single "Just Stand Up!", the theme song to the anti-cancer campaign Stand Up to Cancer.[51] "Live Your Life", a duet between T.I. and Rihanna, released that November, peaked in the top ten in thirteen countries worldwide, A remix album, Good Girl Gone Bad: The Remixes, was released in January xxxx. Good Girl Gone Bad has sold over 2.8 million units in the United States alone, receiving a two-times-platinum certification from the RIAA. It is Rihanna's best-selling album in the country to date.[25][52] The album has sold over sevenIn July xxxx, Rihanna collaborated with Jay-Z and Kanye West on "Run This Town", which peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100, number one in the UK, and reached the top ten in ten other countries.[54] Her fourth studio album, Rated R, was released in November xxxx.[55] Critical response was favorable; Rolling Stone stated that Rihanna "transformed her sound and made one of the best pop records of the year".[56] The album's lead single, "Russian Roulette", was a commercial success, reaching number one in Norway and Switzerland and making the top ten in sixteen other countries.[57] This was followed by the release of "Hard" with Young Jeezy and "Rude Boy". The latter was the biggest worldwide success from the album, topping the US Billboard Hot 100 for six weeks and reaching top ten positions in twenty-two other countries.[58][59] Two other singles were released from the album: "Rockstar 101" with Slash and "Te Amo".[60][61] Rated R: Remixed was released in the spring of xxxx and featured ten tracks remixed by Chew Fu.[62] To promote the album, Rihanna embarked on her second worldwide tour, the Last Girl on Earth Tour.[63] At the 52nd Grammy Awards, "Run This Town" won Best Rap Song and In summer xxxx, Rihanna collaborated with rapper Eminem on "Love the Way You Lie", which was a major worldwide success, reaching number one in over twenty countries.[65] The song was Rihanna's seventh US number one of her career, making her the female artist with the fifth-most number ones in the chart's history.[66] Reaching number two, the song became the biggest-selling song of xxxx in the UK, and the first of Rihanna's singles to sell over one million copies in the country.[67][68] She also lent her vocals to "All of the Lights", a single from Kanye West's album, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, alongside John Legend, The-Dream, Elly Jackson, Alicia Keys, Fergie, Kid Cudi, and Elton John.[69] In October xxxx, Rihanna switched managers, joining Loud, Rihanna's fifth studio album, was released the following month.[71] Its lead single, "Only Girl (In the World)", reached number one in fifteen countries, including Australia, Canada, the UK, and the US.[72][73][74] The album's second single, "What's My Name?", featuring Drake, also reached number one in the US and UK, making Rihanna the first female solo artist to have five number one singles in the United Kingdom in consecutive years.[75] The song reached number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 before "Only Girl (In the World)", the first time in the chart's history that an album's lead single reached number one after the second.[76] The third single, "S&M", reached number one in the US following the release of its official remix featuring Britney Spears. It was Rihanna's tenth US number one single on the chart, tying her with Janet Jackson in fourth place for female soloists who have topped the chart. With only four years, eleven months, and two weeks between her first and tenth number one on the chart, Rihanna set a record as the solo artist with the fastest accumulation of ten chart toppers.[77] "Man Down" and "California King Bed" were released as singles in May xxxx with moderate success.[78][79] "Cheers (Drink to That)" was released as the sixth and final single from the album, reaching the top twenty in the UKIn February xxxx, "Only Girl (In the World)" won the award for Best Dance Recording at the 53rd Grammy Awards.[81] In June xxxx, Rihanna embarked on the Loud Tour, which sold out ten nights at the The O2 Arena in London, the most sold out shows for a female artist in the venue's history.[82][83] The tour was the seventh highest grossing tour worldwide of xxxx.[84] The final three shows in London in December xxxx were filmed for Rihanna's second live video album, titled Loud Tour Live at the O2, which was released on December 18, xxxx.[85][86] In October xxxx, Nicki Minaj released the collaboration "Fly", featuring Rihanna. The song peaked within the topRihanna's sixth album, Talk That Talk, was released in November xxxx.[89] The album debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 with sales of 198,000 copies[90] and number one in the UK, selling 163,000. The lead single, "We Found Love", topped charts in twenty-seven countries worldwide, peaking in the top ten in thirty countries and breaking many records worldwide.[91] It topped the Billboard Hot 100 for ten non-consecutive weeks, becoming Rihanna's longest-running number one single and the longest-running number one of xxxx.[92][93] The song was later named the 24th biggest hit of all time on the Billboard Hot 100.[4] "You Da One" and the titular track featuring Jay-Z were released as the second and third singles from the album to moderate success, the former reaching the top twenty in the UK and US.[94][95] "Where Have You Been", the fifth single, successfully charted worldwide, reaching number five in the US and six in the UK.[96][97] "Cockiness (Love It)" was released as the album's sixth and final single in a remixed formIn early xxxx, two collaborations featuring Rihanna were released: Coldplay's "Princess of China" from the album Mylo Xyloto and Drake's "Take Care" from his album of the same name.[99][100] In February xxxx, Rihanna won her third Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration at the xxxx Grammy Awards, and was voted the Best International Female Solo Artist at the xxxx BRIT Awards for the second consecutive year.[101][102] March xxxx saw the simultaneous release of collaborations between Rihanna and Chris Brown: remixes of her song "Birthday Cake" and his "Turn Up the Music". The recordings received mainly negative responses due to the pair's history of domestic violence.[103] In September xxxx, "We Found Love" won the MTV Video Music Award for Video of the Year, making Rihanna the first woman to receive Rihanna's seventh studio album, Unapologetic, was released in November xxxx.[105] In the United States, the album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 with sales of 238,000, marking Rihanna's first number one album in the country. In addition, it was the best-selling debut week of her career, besting her fifth studio album Loud (xxxx).[106] The album was Rihanna's third consecutive number one album in the United Kingdom and fifth in Switzerland.[107][108] The lead single from the album, "Diamonds", reached number one in more than twenty countries worldwide, including on the US Billboard Hot 100, her twelfth number one on the chart which tied her with Madonna and The Supremes as the artists' with the fourth most number ones on the chart's history.[109] The album's second single, "Stay", featuring Mikky Ekko, reached the top five in over twenty countries, including number three on the Billboard Hot 100.[110] "Pour It Up" was released as the second US single and third overall, reaching number 19 on the Hot 100.[111] An official remix featuring American rappers Young Jeezy, Rick Ross, Juicy J, and T.I. was later distributed.[112] "Right Now" featuring David Guetta serves as the fourth single from the album and peaked at number fifty on the Hot 100.[113] As promotion prior to the album's release, Rihanna embarked on the 777 Tour, a mini tour of seven shows in seven countries in seven days.[114] A documentary DVD In February xxxx at the 55th Grammy Awards, Rihanna won her sixth Grammy Award, in the category Best Short Form Music Video for "We Found Love" (xxxx).[115] Also that month, the Official Charts Company announced that Rihanna had sold 3,868,000 records in the past year in the UK alone, ranking at number one in the list of xxxx BRIT Awards artist nominees.[107] Rihanna's fifth headlining concert tour, the Diamonds World Tour, began in March xxxx in support of Unapologetic.[116] In June xxxx, American hip hop artist Wale released a remixed version of his single "Bad" featuring Rihanna.[117] Rihanna was featured on the track "The Monster" from Eminem's eighth studio album The Marshall Mathers LP 2. With the song entering the UK Singles Chart at number one, Rihanna joins Elvis Presley and The Beatles as just one of three acts to have scored a number one single each year over seven consecutive years While recording tracks for her third studio album, Good Girl Gone Bad, Rihanna took vocal lessons from Ne-Yo. Speaking of the experience she stated, "I've never had vocal training, so when I'm in the studio, he'll tell me how to breathe and stuff... He'll call out these big fancy words: 'OK, I want you to do staccato.' And I'm like, 'OK, I don't know what that is.'"[38] Her vocal performance on Loud (xxxx) received positive reviews from music critics. James Skinner from BBC praised Rihanna's vocals on the song "Love the Way You Lie (Part II)" and wrote that her voice is powerful and that "it is Rihanna?s vocal ? at once commanding, soulful and vulnerable ? that anchors the song, and Loud itself".[119] Andy Gill from The Independent feels that "California King Bed" features her best vocal performance.[120] In a review of Unapologetic, Billboard magazine wrote, "Diamonds" "finds Rihanna doing one of her throatiest, most impassioned vocals to date, on this inspirational pop ballad."[121] Jon Caramanica of The New York Times stated, "over the years, as her game face froze in place, her voice cured into a weapon of emotional chill and strategic indifference. It?s decidedly unfriendly, made to give orders".[122] Volume 65 of the Contemporary Black Biography book series notes that "Rihanna is the rare rhythm and blues diva to emerge At the time of her debut, she was marketed as a reggae singer because of her Caribbean descent.[124] She began recording songs that were inspired by caribbean music genres such as soca, dancehall, and reggae. She later departed into a broad range of musical genres such as dance-pop, hip hop, dubstep, rock, and house.[125] Some of her songs are also inspired through samples, containing samples from other artists.[126] The combination of dancehall and reggae genres on her debut album, Music of the Sun (xxxx), was complemented by Kelefa Sanneh of The New York Times, who said, "Dancehall reggae sometimes seems like a furiously insular form of music, but ... Rihanna is only the latest singer to discover how versatile the genre's spring-loaded electronic rhythms can be".[127] Her debut album featured production from Stargate and production duo Carl Sturken and Evan Rogers, who discovered her and helped launch her career with her debut single "Pon de Replay".[38] A Girl Like Me (xxxx) saw Rihanna infuse a bit of rock music on the track "Kisses Don't Lie",[128] a sound she would also use on tracks like "Shut Up and Drive" and "Rockstar 101". The album included pop and R&B. Rihanna worked again with Sturken and Rogers, J.R. Rotem, and label-mate Ne-Yo.[129][130] The ballads on the album were described as elegant and mature,With Good Girl Gone Bad (xxxx), she took a different direction from the dancehall influence of her previous efforts with uptempo songs.[132] "[At] this stage I feel like I want to do a lot of uptempo [songs] ... but still be soulful at the same time", she said.[38] She worked with new producers on the album, including Timbaland, Sean Garrett, and Christopher "Tricky" Stewart, who produced the international hit "Umbrella", a major breakthrough.[133] Rihanna again entered a new musical and lyrical direction with Rated R, departing from her previous up-tempo and dance-pop style with elements of hip hop, rock, dubstep, and dancehall.[134] Recorded after the assault by her then-boyfriend, Chris Brown, the album had a much darker tone and was filled with various emotions she experienced throughout xxxx.[134] She continued to reinvent her music and sound with Loud (xxxx). She wanted to have more fun with her music and image while experimenting with new material. "With Loud, I got a bit more rebellious and did whatever I wanted to do. I reinvented my image and took creative control", she said.[135] Unlike Rated R, Loud reflects the sassy, fun, flirty, and energetic attitude she had while recording the album.[136] The album is a mixture of ballads, party anthems, and empowering love songs with elements of up-tempo and pop genres, ranging from dance-pop to R&B.[137] Described as "a sexy, sexual record", Talk That Talk (xxxx) was similar to Rated R, as both contain hip hop, R&B, dancehall, and dubstep genres.[138] Loud and Talk That Talk also saw her return to her dancehall roots, evident in the tracks like "Man Down" and "Watch n' Learn".[139] She also branched out into house music with tracks like "We Found Love", "Only Girl (In the World)" Rihanna has named Madonna as her idol and biggest influence. She said she wants to be the "black Madonna".[135][141] "I think that Madonna was a great inspiration for me, especially on my earlier work. If I had to examine her evolution through time, I think she reinvented her clothing style and music with success every single time. And at the same time remained a real force in entertainment in the whole world."[135] She also cites Whitney Houston as a major influence and idol,[142] and Mariah Carey[143] and Beyoncé Knowles[144][145] as major influences. Of Janet Jackson, Rihanna has commented that "[s]he was one of the first female pop icons that I could relate to."[146] Rihanna was inspired to start her career after watching Knowles on television with Destiny's Child.[147] Rihanna commented that Marilyn Monroe and vintage clothing served as visual inspiration for the music video "Hate That I Love You" and "Rehab". The "dark, creepy" scenes of "Disturbia" have been compared to Michael Jackson's Thriller.[148][149] Other musical influences include Alicia Keys,[150] Fefe Dobson,[151][152] Celine Dion,[153] Brandy,[154] and Gwen Stefani.[155] Jon Bream of the Star Tribune commented "[i]n the tradition of Madonna and Janet Jackson, Rihanna has become the video vixen of the '00s ... Rihanna has perfected the pout, the long-legged strut and trend-setting hairdos that keep women and men alike checking her out on YouTube."[148] George Epaminondas of InStyle considers Rihanna's music videos to be "cinematic" due to her "blend of lush island rhythms and swinging pop and ...Rihanna's music contains strong influences of Caribbean music, including reggae and dancehall.[157] The video for "Rude Boy" was inspired by her Caribbean roots.[157] She stated that while growing up in Barbados she listened to reggae music, and when she came to the United States she was exposed to many different types of music.[158] Rihanna is heavily influenced by the Jamaican singer-songwriter Bob Marley. She stated, "[h]e's one of my favorite artists of all time [...] he really paved the way for every other artist out of the Caribbean".[159] She built a shrine in her Los Angeles home dedicated to Marley.[160] Rihanna has covered Marley's "Is This Love" and Bob Marley & The Wailers' Rihanna has worked with music video director Anthony Mandler on more than a dozen music videos, the first being "Unfaithful" (xxxx).[162] "We've done 16 videos together; they're not all tough, [...] Yeah, I mean, I'm known for the 'Disturbia's and the 'Russian Roulette's and things like that, but 'Only Girl (In the World)' is certainly an ethereal kind of empowering, beauty-filled video," Mandler said.[162] Jocelyn Vena of MTV wrote, "Rihanna, like Madonna, also has a tendency to make truly thought-provoking music videos that fit the songs they represent. Smattered in between glitzier, more glamorous clips, Madge and Ri want us to think about bigger issues".[140] "Unfaithful", "Love The Way You Lie", "Man Down", and "We Found Love" were shot as short films exploring issues such as love triangles, abuse, and substance abuse romance.[140] Her music video for "Umbrella" shows Rihanna's transition into adulthood and her newly adopted image.[163] Tamar Anitai from MTV Buzzworthy listed "Disturbia" at number five on the "Buzzworthy's Top 5 Most Paranoid Music Videos". He said that "Paranoia never looked so supernaturally sexy!".[164] The video for "Russian Roulette" features Rihanna in a padded room playing a game of russian roulette with her partner. A scene of Rihanna being approached by a speeding car at night was compared to the altercation with Chris Brown.[165] The Caribbean-inspired music video for "Rude Boy" was compared to rapper M.I.A.'s video "Boyz" by many critics for its colorful In xxxx, Rihanna released three controversial music videos about sadomasochism, rape, and domestic violence. The video for "S&M" was banned in eleven countries for its sexual content.[166] "Man Down", which features Rihanna shooting a man in a train station, was criticized by the Parents Television Council.[167] "We Found Love", which shows Rihanna and her love interest in a drug-filled unhealthy relationship,[165] sparked criticism from the Rape Crisis Centre for its inappropriate message.[168] Charne Graham of the Houston Press stated, "Why should Rihanna's music videos get everyone riled up when others' equally sexual and controversial videos are in rotation?" He added, "she just like to make music videos that give us something to talk about".[169] Rihanna is the first woman to pass two billion cumulative views on the music video website VEVO.[170] As of September xxxx, she has accumulated over four billion Denis Armstrong of Canadian Online Explorer commented on her performance at the Ottawa Bluesfest, saying "her show was a Disney-esque choreographed fantasy of non-stop hip-swiveling, sassy attitude and personal endearments and a string of funky, sugar-free hits."[172] Her performance of "Disturbia" at the xxxx MTV Video Music Awards was ranked tenth best on the MTV Video Music Awards, according to a Billboard poll.[173] Her revealing leather costumes during her Good Girl Gone Bad Tour were highly criticized by Malaysia's conservative Islamic party, who recommended that her concert tour should be banned.[174] Whilst commenting on her third album's accompanying tour, The Times compared Rihanna's stage wardrobe styling to that of Janet Jackson and called her "a vision of Ann Summers couture in thigh-high boots and a few scraps of black PVC."[175] In the October xxxx issue of British Vogue, Rihanna said her performance outfits and appearances are all an act; "[t]hat?s not me. 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