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Rihanna: 'Loud' Artwork Sneak Peek!

Rihanna: 'Loud' Artwork Sneak Peek!

Rihanna‘s official website RihannaNow just got a makeover!

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The new site now features artwork from Ri‘s much-anticipated album, Loud. As you might be able to see, she still has her red hair but it’s a little bit longer and Marilyn Monroe-esque. She shot all of her album artwork in The Hamptons, NY last month. Can’t wait to see more!

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Yesterday, Rihanna premiered her new song, “Only Girl (in the World).

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16 Responses to “Rihanna: 'Loud' Artwork Sneak Peek!”

  1. 1
    Dubya Bush Says:

    Surprised she put that grammatical error of a tattoo on display like that.

  2. 2
    MO Says:

    How can you tell her hair is Marilyn Monroe esque???

  3. 3
    diane Says:

    It’s not a grammatical error. People have confused “Rebellious Flower” with “Rebel Flower”. It is correct, I am french and I don’t understand why people always are writing nasty things about this girl like they HAVE to pay attention to her. If you don’t like her ignore it.

  4. 4
    tal Says:

    AMAZING

  5. 5
    Gaëlle Says:

    I’m french and THIS is a huge grammatical error !! “Rebel Flower” may be correct but in french we say “Fleur Rebelle” and not the opposite so basically her tatoo doesn’t mean anything and so does her record name …
    But don’t misunderstand me I like her music and I’m probably gonna love her new record
    (sorry for my poor english, I miss a little of training ?)

  6. 6
    Nour Says:

    In french, we normally say “fleur rebelle”. The inversion is used in literature as a poetic license, but I hardly think she was aware of that. So I agree it is a grammatical error. And I don’t see how saying that’s got anything to do with liking her or not.

  7. 7
    Iffy Miffy Says:

    @diane: It is a grammatical error and a big one at that. If you are French, which I doubt, you should go back to primary school.
    ~
    Apart from that, I rather like the design actually, pity about the mistake.

  8. 8
    Beam Says:

    @diane: t’es vraiment francophone? parce que si c’est le cas, ta grammaire fait défaut. it is a grammatical error and I don’t see what it has to do with appreciating Rihanna’s music or not. The fact is… it is a mistake.

  9. 9
    Rose Says:

    English
    Oj now everybody’s french
    Rebelle Fleur’is her name of her new perfume
    she choose “Rebelle fleur”
    and it’s not a grammar error
    we can translate it 2 Rebelition flower

    Si vous etes francais ecrivez français pour qu’on vous croit

  10. 10
    nad Says:

    C’est une erreur, un point c’est tout. Elle l’expose ainsi afin de faire oublier que son tatouage contient bien une faute monumentale et pire, elle pretend que c’etait volontaire! People just stop trying to say that REBEL and REBELLIOUS are not the same, or that is correct in a poetic way and blah blah blah. We say FLEUR REBELLE. period

  11. 11
    right Says:

    look like she has a adams apple… the song sucks

  12. 12
    Fritz Says:

    Here is the cover for the single.

    http://blog.albumartexchange.com/2010/09/cover-for-rihannas-only-girl-in-the-world-single-revealed.html

  13. 13
    clay Says:

    Rihanna, you are wonderful and it is wonderful that you are living your dream. Flick off the haters.

  14. 14
    Elow Says:

    On en vient a devoir écrire français pour dire que c’est une faute de grammaire !! Pss n’importe quoi !! C’est bien une faute de grammaire.

    It’s a grammatical error. Too bad !
    But i like Rihanna :d

  15. 15
    Brittany Says:

    @Dubya Bush: LOL IKR isn’t it supposed to be Fleur rebelle

  16. 16
    Jodie Says:

    I must admit, the number of French speakers I’ve seen defending that tattoo, I can count on one hand. Me, I don’t speak a word of French, so I shouldn’t really comment on the issue but I’m inclined to side with the majority.

    That said, the tattoo’s on her neck and as long as it means something to her, that’s the only criteria it has to meet. Even if she actually chose the incorrect version, knowing it was incorrect, that would be fine too. Maybe she just preferred the way it sounded. Personally, I’d defend a mangled English tattoo, if it meant something to the person who had it.

    But Rihanna really should have checked the text with a professional translation agency before claiming that the tattoo is “correct”. It really doesn’t sound like it is correct.

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