I would be here for that. She could fuse it with other music but I'd be here for one era mostly compromised of it. WMN, Rude Boy and Man Down are some of my favorite tracks from her. Although I'm not sure if I would've called them Reggae songs.
Well I'd say Man Down is the only legit reggae song she's ever done; the others just show influences, but I find them very intriguing.
She should but it would be weird if she does during her usual release date (Black Friday) She would have to release in the summer or spring
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Yes of course. Man Down >>> almost all her other songs.
difendimi per sempre amore mio, almeno tu
in questi angoli del mondo agonizzante di bugie
rimane la ferita, rimane la mia vita
difendimi per sempre in questo mondo in tempesta
in cui l'amore è il solo grido di protesta di noi uomini
riesco a non arrendermi se ci sei tu a difendermi
I need a crazy little thing called love, Watch n learn, Raining men, Do you thang, no no no, rude boy, kisses don't lie, sell me candy, let me get that, here i go again, if it's loving that you want, and final goodbye teas would work for me.
Stans for the lucky 7: Rihanna, Nicki, Katy, Pink, Adele, Gwen, and Miley.
Fan of the amazing 3: Britney, Janet and Madonna
She's at her absolute best with reggae influenced jams. The Caribbean vibe >>>>>
I agree with this.
Hate the dance/electro tracks she does. It's too disconnected from her island roots.
I liked her more when she was on that reggae tip. It was different. But I guess she wanted to cross over into the mainstream by making more R&B/dance-pop hits that American and European audiences would love instead of sticking to what made her stand out.
Man Down is probably her best song to date, honestly. It's interesting, it's smooth, and has such a different island vibe.
My mom actually likes that song and she doesn't care for Rihanna at all.