AntiMusic CD - 2016
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Prepare to be surprised because you may have been pronouncing these musicians' names wrong. Haim The band says their name is pronounced hahy-uhm, two syllables. Something to Tell You. Rihanna The one everybody gets wrong. It's Ree-anna not Ree-ahna. Anti Bon Iver Even Jack Black mispronounced this band's name when they won a Grammy in 2012. It's bone-ee-vare according Justin Vernon, the… (more)
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Favorite Female Artist - Soul/R&B
ArapahoeGrace Mar 01, 2018
I continually come back to this album because it is easy to listen to in any mood. The amazing percussion in each track combined with Rihanna's unique voice come together really nicely. When I am sad this album comforts me and when I am happy it pumps me up even more. It's much more intimate and ... Read More »
Rihanna explores all the deep emotions of love, leaving the listener feeling raw and emotional.
"This is an album whose heart lies within its deep cuts. Mood matters more than either hooks or rhythm: it's a subdued, simmering affair, its songs subtly shaded yet interlocked to create a vibe caught halfway between heartbreak and ennui." --AllMusic
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