Talk That Talk mp3 Album by Rihanna

Talk That Talkby Rihanna

  • 11 Tracks
  • 320 kbps
  • 37:32


1.You Da One3:22
2.Where Have You Been4:03
3.We Found Love (feat. Calvin Harris)3:36
4.Talk That Talk3:30
5.Cockiness (Love It)2:58
6.Birthday Cake1:18
7.We All Want Love3:57
8.Drunk On Love3:32
9.Roc Me Out3:29
10.Watch N' Learn3:31
5 successful albums (!) so far - the sixth is now available. Inherent in her style and her voice now unmistakable - has become Rihanna a true Megastar at the age of 23. Envy and be kloppte comments there are many, when you stand in the 1st row - nix new!

There's everything on single hits and great title > talk talk that < and with in many beautiful variations. > where have you been< immediately again any dance floor of this earth can be easily filled the song be. even more turns up as "We found love", is totally impulsive and somewhat oblique, the horny song "talk more courageous and therefore already"my"hit. that talk", "Roc me out", "we all want love" and "drunk on love" are very strong and are getting better and better with each listening. unique single candidates and "Joy bringer". the quiet and mega beautiful "Farewell" at the end is a real and very very very emotional highlight. gone to top of the moving "fool in love", a grandiose title of the Deluxe version, which were attributed to recommend is A class album overall with extravagant photos and a fantastic sound, which creates a special and your own mood after multiple hearing in any case. (Meanwhile I like even >)Cockiness
She's at the peak of her popularity now, they will keep churning out releases and huge collaborations for her until it doesn't sell. Its very easy for her to release an album every year with the huge team of writers/producers fighting to work with her. Talk That Talk is the standout as well as We Found Love (which I think is one of her best songs, Calvin Harris nailed it). But most of the album is crappy filler. Probably enough single material here to sustain her for another year. The lyrics are just... "suck my cockiness, lick my persuasion"