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The track was co-written by Rogers, Sturken and Rihanna and reached number two in the U. The second single from the album, 'If It's Lovin' That You Want', was significantly less successful, reaching 36 on the Billboard Hot 100 and 11 in the UK charts. And the main single from the track, 'SOS', was used in a Nike advertising campaign. hit came with 'Unfaithful', written by the R&B singer Ne-Yo, though its follow-up, 'We Ride' was less successful, which failed to chart in the Billboard Hot 100.A third single, 'Let Me', was released in Japan only. 'SOS' became the first number one Billboard single for Rihanna. 'Break It Off', featuring Sean Paul, was her fourth single from the album.Chris claimed that the confession came as a shock to the Barbadian singer, 29, after he had previously told her they were never romantically involved - causing their relationship to turn violent Speaking candidly about the incident which made international headlines, Chris revealed: 'She hated me. She didn't care, she just didn't trust me after that.'From there, it just went downhill because it would be fights, it would be verbal fights, physical fights as well.She received her big break aged 15, when a friend introduced her to Evan Rogers, a music producer who was on vacation on the island. One of these copies reached Jay-Z, who eventually signed her to his Def Jam label.Rogers and his partner, Carl Sturken recorded Rihanna's material in the U. Musical Career: Rihanna has named Beyonce, Brandy Norwood and her upbringing in the Caribbean as the major influences on her music.
If you ever thought that Chris Brown would stop talking about his ex’s, think again – Rihanna has come up once more and this time he has said that he hopes to ‘create new, healthier memories together.’ The Look At Me Now hitmaker has just released a documentary on Netflix about his controversial life and career called Chris Brown: Welcome To My Life and is hoping Ri Ri will support it. The film, which also features stars like Tyga and DJ Khaled, covers the stars rise as a singer and dancer and of course the headline-hitting incident in 2009 where he assaulted Rihanna his then-girlfriend the night before the Grammy Awards.The movie which was made available to Netflix users this week features an interview where Chris claimed that during the evening he beat the Wild Thoughts singer he could see blood and spit coming out of her mouth.Now he is hoping she will watch the documentary – you know the same one where he relives details of an event she most likely finds traumatizing."'The Forever hitmaker added:'If I go on stage, I got a scratch on my face, and I've got to explain it, like "Oh I fell", or if you got a scar or a bruise, you got to put make up on.'Sh*t, I'm not ever trying to put my hands on any female,' Chris continued.'I felt like a f**king monster,' he said in the clip.