This month sees the release of Rihanna‘s new album ‘Talk That Talk’.
Her sixth album in just as many years, it marks yet another milestone in Ms. Fenty’s ever eventful career.
From her undeniable impact on the charts with the likes of ‘Umbrella‘ and ‘Rude Boy‘ to the trials and tribulations she has faced- very publicly- in her personal life, there are some who hail the entertainer as being one of the most ground breaking artists to debut within the last ten years.
Of course, there are those who feel differently.
Who feel that for all her ‘efforts’, Ms. Fenty – as successful as she has been on the singles front- has peaked too soon and can only be expected to suffer an abrupt decline in popularity in coming years.
Who would argue that unlike her fellow brunette and chart rival Beyonce, her entire cause has been based on a prolonged hype – kept alive by interchangeable wigs, chart hungry producers and knee jerk marketing strategies.
Now we want you to weigh in.
Has Rihanna peaked too quickly?