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  • I definitely understand all of the hype about Rihanna because she is a very talented female artist
  • In my opinion, this album is better than her debut album entitled “Music of the Sun
  • I love that it sort of pays tribute to Michael Jackson
  • I think Rihanna does very well when she is creating music for people to dance to
  • I really do love Rihanna’s unique style and hope to see her produce an album where every song is as amazing as hits like “Shut Up & Drive” in the future

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      Rihanna seems to be absolutely everywhere these days. With her ever-changing brightly colored, quirky hairstyles, it is very hard to miss her. She is constantly being played on the radio and featured on the front cover of every magazine on newsstands. I definitely understand all of the hype about Rihanna because she is a very talented female artist. She truly does have a very powerful voice and she clearly likes to do very creative things not only with her hair but with her music as well. I recently purchased her “Good Girl Gone Bad” album from my local Target. In my opinion, this album is better than her debut album entitled “Music of the Sun.” Though I do think that this album is solid in terms of vocals, instrumentals, and overall production, I think it is just average. It

      has a few great hits but is overall not spectacular with every track.

      “Disturbia” is, in my opinion, the best track off of this album. It is a very edgy song that is fun to sing along to. Despite the fact that it has been overplayed on the radio to the point of being slightly annoying, this is a great song. Like many of the other good songs that Rihanna has released, it is great to dance to. Not only that but her vocals sound great. This is definitely a very typical pop song and that explains why it has been played so often on the radio yet somehow I do not mind its infectious quality. “Shut Up and Drive” is another great song from this album that I love to listen to on repeat. To be quite honest, even ...


      • though “Umbrella” is probably the biggest hit on this album in terms of radio play, it is not one of my favorites. It does show off her great voice, but to me it is slightly meaningless and kind of grating to listen to over and over again. “Please Don’t Stop the Music” is a really great dance song. I love that it sort of pays tribute to Michael Jackson. It is basically the perfect song for a club or party setting. I think Rihanna does very well when she is creating music for people to dance to. The beats are amazing. She gets a lot of radio play for a reason. I do not like the collaboration with Maroon 5 entitled “If I Never See Your Face Again.” It is just one of those songs that I find annoying
        and not very well produced. This is definitely something that I could see being left off of this album to make it better.

        This is one of those albums that I unfortunately feel would have been better purchased as separate MP3’s rather than as an album in its entirety. Songs like “Disturbia”, “Please Don’t Stop the Music”, and “Shut Up & Drive” are worth the cost but some of the other songs on this album are sort of forgettable. I pretty much just skip those songs when I am listening to this album. Overall, I have to give “Good Girl Gone Bad” by Rihanna a rating of a 7 out of 10. I really do love Rihanna’s unique style and hope to see her produce an album where every song is as amazing as hits like “Shut Up & Drive” in the future.




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