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Rihanna BiographyRihanna isn’t your typical pop sensation. She wasn’t born with industry connections, and she didn’t get discovered in Los Angeles or New York. Rihanna is a true musical success story: she went from being an unknown in her home country of Barbados to being a superstar in the United States and beyond. Rihanna is now one of the best-selling artists of all time, and her unique style and vocal prowess have made her a favorite of fans all over the world. The fact that fans line up for Rihanna tickets and Rihanna albums is an incredible dream come true for Rihanna, whose life’s story is full of challenges and triumphs over the odds. Rihanna was born in Barbados and raised in a broken home with a crack addict for a father – and those facts barely scratch the surface of what is a fascinating story of an unlikely rise to fame.
Rihanna was born Robyn Rihanna Fenty in Saint Michael, Barbados in 1988. Rihanna’s family was far from wealthy. Her mother was a former accountant, and her father was a warehouse supervisor. There were plenty of mouths to feed: Rihanna had two brothers and three half-siblings. Rihanna grew up in the city of Bridgetown, Barbados, where her family had a small three-bedroom bungalow. Times were tough in Bridgetown for the young Robyn Rihanna Fenty’s family. To help the family earn money, Rihanna regularly helped her father with his street-side business. The two would stand in a street stall and sell clothes to passersby. It was a meager living, but it helped keep Rihanna’s family on their feet.
Rihanna’s father, Ronald Fenty, may have helped make some of the money, but he was also the one who spent a lot of it. Tragically, Rihanna’s father struggled with addictions to alcohol and crack cocaine. Those serious issues destroyed his marriage to Rihanna’s mother and deeply affected Rihanna. By the time Rihanna had turned 14, her mother had decided that she’d had enough, and Rihanna’s parents split for good. The pain of her father’s addiction and her parent’s failed marriage would haunt Rihanna for the rest of her life. The young girl took solace in music, particularly reggae music, which was popular in Barbados. She’d been singing since the age of 7, and her family’s troubles only encouraged her to spend more time with the music that she loved.
Rihanna’s troubled family life didn’t offer much stability or discipline, but she found both in a military program where she trained as an army cadet. Even in the army program, however, she was never far from music: her drill sergeant was the singer Shontelle.
The military program helped keep Rihanna’s life organized, but her music remained her biggest source of stability. Throughout her childhood, Rihanna sang in private and in public, toiling away as a performer in the hopes that she’d someday be noticed in an industry that, for the most part, did business across an ocean from her Barbados home.
It was in music that, finally, luck seemed to be on Rihanna’s side. Her tireless performing and word of mouth through a friend got her noticed by a vacationing American record producer named Evan Rogers. Rogers’ wife heard about Rihanna’s talents from a friend, and she told her husband that the girl might be worth checking out. Rogers agreed, so he reached out to Rihanna and asked her to come see him. Rihanna put on an impromptu show in the Rogers’ hotel room, showing her abilities by covering songs by popular R&B artists. Rogers was impressed. He asked Rihanna, who was still in school at the time, to record demo tapes. Rihanna agreed and got to work. She was so young that she had to record the tapes on days that she had off from school – otherwise, she still had to be in the classroom.
At 16, Rihanna already had a manager and her demo tapes were already being distributed. The first person to respond to her demos was none other than the rap superstar Jay-Z. Though initially reluctant to sign her, Jay-Z came around after seeing a live audition. Rihanna signed a six-year deal with Jay-Z’s Def Jam record company.
Rihanna’s first two albums, Music of the Sun (2005) and A Girl Like Me (2006) established her as a rising force in the industry. But while Rihanna was instantly successful, she wasn’t an overnight superstar. She worked hard to promote her image, appeared in the film Bring It On: All or Nothing, and toured relentlessly. Fans who bought Rihanna tickets in those days knew that her star was rising, but the success of her next album shocked even her biggest fans.
For Rihanna, everything changed with 2007’s Good Girl Gone Bad. It was by far her most successful album to that point, and it included many of the hits that she remains best known for: “Umbrella,” “Don’t Stop the Music,” and “Shut Up and Drive” were all on the initial release, and “Disturbia“ was released on the later expanded version of the record.
Critics loved the new album, and so did audiences. Good Girl Gone Bad went double platinum. It peaked at number one in Canada and the United Kingdom, and it debuted at number two in the United States.
From 2007 on, Rihanna was a certified superstar. She toured with Kanye West, collaborated with Jay-Z and Eminem, and appeared in more movies, including Battleship (2012), This Is the End (2013), and Annie (2014). She released more hit albums, including Rated R (2009), Loud (2010), Talk That Talk (2011), and Unapologetic (2012). Her latest album is Anti, which was released in January of 2016.
Rihanna’s unique ability to blend pop with reggae and other island styles has made her one of the music industry’s most distinctive voices, and her consistent ability to deliver quality tracks has made her one of the decade’s most enduring acts. With her new album and most recent tour, the girl from Barbados is still reminding fans why Rihanna tickets are some of the hottest tickets in the industry.
Top 3 Rihanna Tracks:
|Where Have You Been|
A Girl like Me
- Kisses Don't Lie
- We Ride
- Dem Haters (featuring Dwane Husbands)
- Final Goodbye
- Break It Off (Rihanna and Sean Paul)
- Crazy Little Thing Called Love (featuring J-Status)
- Selfish Girl
- P.S. (I'm Still Not Over You)
- A Girl like Me
- A Million Miles Away
Good Girl Gone Bad
- Umbrella (featuring Jay-Z)
- Push Up on Me
- Don't Stop the Music
- Breakin' Dishes
- Shut Up and Drive
- Hate That I Love You (featuring Ne-Yo)
- Say It
- Sell Me Candy
- Lemme Get That
- Question Existing
- Good Girl Gone Bad
- Mad House
- Wait Your Turn
- Hard (featuring Jeezy)
- Stupid in Love
- Rockstar 101 (featuring Slash)
- Russian Roulette
- Fire Bomb
- Rude Boy
- Photographs (featuring will.i.am)
- Te Amo
- Cold Case Love
- The Last Song
- What's My Name? (featuring Drake)
- Cheers (Drink to That)
- Only Girl (in the World)
- California King Bed
- Man Down
- Raining Men (featuring Nicki Minaj)
- Love the Way You Lie (Part II) (featuring Eminem)
Talk That Talk
- You da One
- Where Have You Been
- We Found Love (featuring Calvin Harris)
- Talk That Talk (featuring Jay-Z)
- Cockiness (Love It)
- Birthday Cake
- We All Want Love
- Drunk on Love
- Roc Me Out
- Watch n' Learn
- Phresh Out the Runway
- Numb (featuring Eminem)
- Pour It Up
- Loveeeeeee Song (featuring Future)
- Right Now (featuring David Guetta)
- What Now
- Stay (featuring Mikky Ekko)
- Nobody's Business (featuring Chris Brown)
- Love Without Tragedy / Mother Mary
- Get It Over With
- No Love Allowed
- Lost in Paradise
Music of the Sun
- Pon de Replay
- Here I Go Again (featuring J-Status)
- If It's Lovin' that You Want
- You Don't Love Me (No, No, No) (featuring Vybz Kartel)
- That La, La, La
- The Last Time
- Willing to Wait
- Music of the Sun
- Let Me
- Rush (featuring Kardinal Offishall)
- There's a Thug in My Life (featuring J-Status)
- Now I Know
- Pon de Replay Remix (featuring Elephant Man) (bonus track)
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Cheap Rihanna TicketsThe events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
|$23.00||Rihanna — 04/24/2016|
Key Arena; Seattle, WA
|$27.00||Rihanna — 04/20/2016|
Rexall Place; Edmonton, AB
|$40.00||Rihanna — 03/12/2016|
Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena; Jacksonville, FL
|$51.00||Rihanna — 03/19/2016|
U.S. Bank Arena; Cincinnati, OH
|$52.00||Rihanna — 04/10/2016|
TD Garden; Boston, MA
|$52.00||Rihanna — 05/13/2016|
American Airlines Center; Dallas, TX
|$56.00||Rihanna — 04/21/2016|
Scotiabank Saddledome; Calgary, AB
|$59.00||Rihanna — 04/23/2016|
Rogers Arena; Vancouver, BC
|$59.00||Rihanna — 03/15/2016|
AmericanAirlines Arena; Miami, FL
|$60.00||Rihanna — 04/18/2016|
MTS Centre; Winnipeg, MB
Best and Most Expensive Rihanna TicketsThe events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
|$1,510.00||Rihanna — 03/23/2016|
KeyBank Center; Buffalo, NY
|$1,121.00||Rihanna — 04/09/2016|
Baltimore Arena (formerly 1st Mariner Arena); Baltimore, MD
|$1,121.00||Rihanna — 04/03/2016|
Wells Fargo Center PA; Philadelphia, PA
|$1,078.00||Rihanna — 04/15/2016|
United Center; Chicago, IL
|$475.00||Rihanna — 03/24/2016|
Palace of Auburn Hills; Auburn Hills, MI
|$338.00||Rihanna — 06/24/2016|
Wembley Stadium; London, UK
|$301.00||Rihanna — 05/03/2016|
The Forum; Inglewood, CA
|$264.00||Rihanna — 04/05/2016|
Centre Videotron; Quebec, CA
|$220.00||Rihanna — 06/21/2016|
Aviva Stadium; Dublin, Ireland
|$187.00||Rihanna — 05/14/2016|
Frank Erwin Center; Austin, TX