Rihanna matured a lot. If you recall back to her “Pon de Replay” days where the young Barbadian singer who simply ‘wants to put the music up’ to being that one friend you can share your “Umbrella” with to the ultimate liberated icon who is not afraid to tell the whole world how much she values her sexuality – and that she’s in-charge of it. I love Rihanna’s songs, but in the past years, I only managed to buy three of her albums (ANTI, Loud and Talk That Talk). When I am alone at home on a weekend procrastinating when I know I have a to-do list, I sometimes just play Talk That Talk and it automatically makes me get up, groove and hustle like Queen RiRi. I was not surprised when Rihanna released Talk That Talk even if she was still sporting her red hair for the Loud era. By that time, Rihanna is one of those artists who spoils her fans and followers by releasing an album almost every year. Before one loses interest in a Rihanna single, a new one comes out. She’s a music machine, yo!