Rihanna’s Unapologetic Triumph [REVIEW]

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Smokey D. Fontaine is the Chief Content Officer of Interactive One, the parent of TheUrbanDaily.com. For more news, updates, thoughts and exclusives, follow him on Twitter @Smokey

It’s here.  A moment in pop music where the artist set up to look the best, sound the best and actually be the best, lives up to the hyperbole and wins the prize. Over the next six months, Rihanna will (again) dominate our digital waves whether we want her to or not, but despite the great opportunity to—and even greater expectation that she would—the biggest star on the planet didn’t just chill under that glass ceiling of expectation.

Kinetic and musically varied, Unapologetic is the best album of Rihanna’s career.  Blasting the sounds of global, post-mod youth culture through every track, she creates an emotional soundtrack not of some affected, stupid-rich celeb, but of a 24-year old survivor who rocks and laughs…

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