Rihanna’s new single may have been met with mixed reviews, but that hasn’t stopped hoards of people purchasing the track on iTunes.
When Rihanna promised that her new album would be composed of “timeless” music, it’s probably fair to say that we weren’t quite imagining anything like trap stomper “Bitch Better Have My Money”. Entirely dissimilar from the underrated first cut from forthcoming album, “FourFiveSeconds”, many (myself included) doubted whether Rihanna would manage to make her sonic U-turn sell.
Looks like that Rihanna reign still won’t let up, however, as the “We Found Love” superstar hits the top of the iTunes chart.
Marina and the Diamonds performed a juicy rendition of “Froot” on Late Night with Seth Meyers.
To emphasize the theme of her current era, Marina and the Diamonds wore an oversized set of bedazzled cherries atop her pretty head.
One Direction’s sales boost 700% in the wake of Zayn’s departure, begins his solo career starting immediately.
After the former One Directioner announced he’s leaving the band, the group saw a 769% increase in plays on Spotify in the U.S. and up 330% globally.