At first glance, there really isn't anything at all special about Rihanna's 3 years ago song "Umbrella. " It can catchy, obviously, but it can pretty run-of-the-mill. (Britney Spears even rejected it. ) Sure, Jay-Z's featured hip hop is fun-but the melody is still standard top forty fare through and through.
And yet "Umbrella" stopped the world in its songs. Rihanna had hits prior to it, of course , but something special in that song captivated very literally everyone. Maybe it had been the chorus. Maybe it absolutely was Jay-Z's seal of approval. Check Rihanna Love On The Brain piano sheet music page.
That's what made "Umbrella" stand out: Rihanna's actual physical transformation-or, rather, what which physical transformation meant. Once the Barbadian singer made the girl debut in 2005, the girl sported the typical pop-star even: bare midriff, short pants, and long, flowing hair. It's a pretty restrictive appear (especially for women of color), but Rihanna played through the rules. She probably experienced like she had to.
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