Rihanna Unveils Tracklisting for 'Unapologetic'
Releasing a record almost every year since 2005 and proving to be one of the current music industry's busiest artists, Rihanna shows no sign of slowing down as she unveiled the new tracklisting from her seventh studio album, "Unapologetic". Fourteen songs are set to be included in the standard version of the album, while the deluxe includes 17 and a DVD, including two remixes of her current smash "Diamonds".
The six-time Grammy Award winner is expected to dish out more sex appeal and controversy in this upcoming album which contains tracks such as "Nobody's Business", "Loveeeeeee Song", "Pour It Up", "Love Without Tragedy / Mother Mary", and "Lost in Paradise".
"Unapologetic" finds Rihanna working again with Norwegian hitmakers, Stargate, in the single "Diamonds". Other successful Rihanna tracks produced by the songwriting team were "Unfaithful", "Don't Stop the Music", "Take a Bow", "Rude Boy", "Only Girl (In the World)", "What's My Name" (featuring Drake) and "Talk That Talk".
For the deluxe edition, fans will enjoy three extra tracks, two of which are remixes of the carrier single "Diamonds" plus a whole lot of other goodies and collectibles, such as a 2GB Credit Card-style USB stick, Rihanna artwork and photos, and personally signed notebooks and unisex shirt. The box set is pegged with a $250 price tag.
- "Fresh Off the Runway"
- "Pour It Up"
- "Loveeeeeee Song"
- "Right Now"
- "What Now"
- "Nobody's Business"
- "Love Without Tragedy / Mother Mary"
- "Get It Over With"
- "No Love Allowed"
- "Lost in Paradise"
- "Half of Me"
- "Diamonds" (Dave Aude 100 Extended)
- "Diamonds" (Gregor Salto Downtempo Remix)
- Bonus DVD, never-before-released footage of Rihanna's Loud Tour recorded live at London's O2 Arena (20 mins)
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