Samsung Unveils Commercial for Rihanna’s “Anti” Album
Rihanna’s eighth studio album, the highly anticipated, Anti, is reportedly set to be released before the year is out. The project is being executive-produced by Kanye West and features the previously released tunes FourFiveSeconds, American Oxygen and Bitch Better Have My Money.
Tidal, which is rumored to be exclusively carrying the album, has been running promo for the project on various social media sites, most notably Instagram. Also hot on the Anti promo trail is Samsung, which debuted a commercial for the album during last night’s broadcast of the American Music Awards.
Rihanna has landed her next movie role.
According to Luc Besson, the 27-year old pop diva has joined the cast of his upcoming film Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.
Via his Instagram account, Besson had this to say about the singer’s casting: “Rihanna is a Valerian, and she has a really big part. I am so excited.”
RiRi joins a cast that already includes Dane DeHann (The Amazing Spiderman 2), Clive Owen (The Bourne Identify) and model Cara Delevingne (Paper Towns).
With a new album set to possibly be released any day now, Rihanna is once again back on the promotional trail- which in this case includes yet another magazine cover.
The 27-year old pop diva is is gracing New York Times’ T magazine, and along with Karl Largerfeld, Quentin Tarantino, Steve McQueen, Johnathan Franzen and Elizabeth Holmes, has been dubbed by the magazine as one of The Greats.
Rihanna’s Anti Album Cover Art Revealed
Rihanna has unveiled the title to her eighth studio album and surprisingly it isn’t R8. Instead, the 27-year old pop diva shocked fans by naming the album Anti, and unveiling cover art that seems to very much epitomize its name.
Via her Instagram account, Rihanna posted an image containing the definition of the word anti, as well as an un-sourced quote about her partnership with Anti cover artist Roy Nachum.
Rihanna is covering the latest edition of Vanity Fair. The 27-year old pop star was lensed by Annie Leibovitz earlier this year for an on location photo shoot in Cuba. With a new album to promote, Rihanna touched on quite a few topics for her interview with the magazine, including her album’s release date, her lack of a love life, and even Rachel Dolezal, whom she called “a hero.”
While recently promoting her new fragrance RiRi, pop diva Rihanna revealed plans to launch her very own cosmetics line.
After having promoted brands like MAC and Covergirl, Rihanna says she is finally ready to step out on her own, and took the first step last year when she quietly went about registering for the trademark Fenty Beauty.
“Having my own line of cosmetics is definitely something I have always wanted to do,” Rihanna recently told Refinery 29. “I’ve usually had so much on my hands the time was never right. But this time I’m going to make sure it happens. I promise”
Pop diva Rihanna was pretty in pink today as she hit up Macy’s in New York to promote her latest fragrance RiRi by Rihanna.
The fragrance is Rihanna’s eighth to hit the market and for the first six months will be sold exclusively via Macy’s.
Purchased via their official website, a 1.7 ounce bottle of RiRi by Rihanna will cost you as little as $20- while the larger 3.4 ounce will set you back a mere $60.
As you all know by now, Rihanna is a Creative Director at Puma. She is also the Global Brand Ambassador for the company’s women’s fitness division. In both capacities it is Rihanna’s job to conceive and showcase new products, including this new high-impact sports bra she’s wearing in the company’s latest ad.
The $45 two-tone bra has padded shoulders, reinforced straps and will reportedly keep the twins nice and cozy with a mixture of polyester (44%), nylon (44%) and lycra (15%).