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Rihanna To Headline 2016 Made In America Festival


With just 445,000 copies of ‘ANTI’ sold since January, Rihanna isn’t the surest of bets at retail.

However, for organizers of the 2016 Made In America Festival the hope is that she’ll be able to move tickets for the Philadelphia extravaganza when it returns to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.

Set to take place Labor Day Weekend (September 3th-4th), this year’s instalment of the Jay Z created spectacle will be headlined by RiRi and also feature performances from the likes of Coldplay, Bryson Tiller,  and Lil Wayne.

Peep the full line-up below… (more…)

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New Video: Rihanna & Calvin Harris – ‘This Is What You Came For’


It’s here!

Rihanna and Calvin Harris have unleashed the video for their smash hit single ‘This Is What You Came For.’

The cut reunites the ‘We Found Love’ collaborators and has enjoyed immense success in doing so – reaching #7 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #2 in the UK.

In a bid to push the track even higher and cement it as a club staple, its accompanying visual makes a direct bid to the dance crowd. Strobe lighting and all.

Check out the Emil Nava directed clip after the jump…


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Hot Shots: Rihanna Sizzles In ‘This Is What You Came For’ Video

Visual For Calvin Harris Collaboration Debuts Tomorrow


As reported, Rihanna and Calvin Harris are gearing up to unleash the video for their global hit ‘This Is What You Came For’ tomorrow.

The Pop club banger has proven a streaming force, a trait which has seen it hit #7 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #2 on the UK’s Official Singles Chart.

With its accompanying visual nigh, all involved will no doubt be hoping the track can scale even higher.

In a bid to ignite excitement, Harris has taken to social media to share previews of the clip.

Peep pics above and below…


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Chart Check [Hot 100]: Rihanna & Drake Dominate Hot 100 With Multiple Entries

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2016’s Hot 100 might as well be renamed ”Rihanna and Drake” charts.

Without fail the duo has dominated the tally with entries lifted from their most recent respective releases ‘Anti’ and ‘Views.’  And, while the two can also boast serious staying power on the Billboard 200 side of charts, their Hot 100 dealings have seen no equal this year (or ever for that matter).

As reported here, Drizzy continues to dance over the competition with his hit ‘One Dance’ as it enjoys its fifth non-consecutive run atop the singles chart.  Elsewhere, in the top 10, fans get a double shot of Rih as her hits ‘This Is What You Came For’ (with Calvin Harris) and ‘Needed Me’ are sitting tight in the lower half of the upper dectet.

With nearly 20 placements between them (a fifth of the entire chart), tuck in below to see where else Rih and Drizzy landed on this week’s refreshed TGJ Chart Check:


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New Rihanna Video To Premiere On Friday


As one of music’s most visually streamed artists, a Rihanna video debut if oftentimes an event – even if the clip itself isn’t.

The latest is nigh and is arriving sooner than you may think.

Details below…


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Roc Nation Launches Latin Music Division


Rihanna‘s ‘ANTI‘ LP isn’t the only project the good people over at Roc Nation have been hard at work on.

They’ve also been building a division for Latin music.

Fantastic news after the leap….


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Chart Check [Hot 100]: P!nk Soars Into Top 10 With ‘Fire’

Rihanna's 'Needed Me' Reaches Hot 100 Peak

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Fans hoping there would be a three-peat of Bajan beauty Rihanna‘s name in the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 were sorely disappointed when the singer’s megahit, ‘Work,’ was worked right out of the upper dectet by P!nk and her latest hit ‘Just Like Fire’ (found on Disney’s ‘Alice Through the Looking Glass’) soundtrack.

Coming as the trapeze-loving singer’s first swing into the top 10 since 2013 (15th overall), ‘Fire’ blazes her name into 4th place in Hot 100 history books (among women).

#Navy needn’t worry, however.  With the reappearance of Calvin Harris‘s ‘This Is What You Came For’ and a new #8 peak of ‘Needed Me,’ the latest lifted from ‘Anti,’ Rih is still pulling double duty in the upper rankings of the singles chart.

Could she be well on her way to nabbing her 15th #1?  Time will tell.  Until then, tuck in below to see where she and the rest of today’s movers and shakers landed on the refreshed Hot 100 via TGJ’s weekly ‘Chart Check’:


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