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06 November 2013
Album Review “Loud” No words can describe Rihanna’s albums, especially her album “loud.” One of the best albums of Rihanna is the album “loud” because in this album Rihanna is combining more than one kind of music. Loud is Rihanna fifth album.2010. From the beginning to the end, each and every song in this album is an outstanding example of Rihanna’s talent with music. Expression and emotion explode through this album from where it starts to the end. This is an extraordinary album which is a great mix between real pop and an amazing rap. This album is very serious when you have it in your play list definitely you will keep hearing it like forever. As long as Rihanna shared this album with Eminem, Nicki Minaj, and Drake she got more people to like her album. Love and passion is what Rihanna do gave in this album, in each song you can fell how strong are the word and how great the meanings of them. When I listen to loud album I feel like there is a message in each song of it. It is very important that every singer should know who to work with to share a song or any work, and Rihanna did a great work by choosing three of the top singers in the world to share with her loud album. Rihanna started her album with the song “What’s My Name?” Feat Drake which is a great song, and she ended the album with the song “Love the Way You Lie” Feat Eminem this song is one of the best songs Rihanna have ever sing . By this way when people will listen to the album they can fell that they will start and finish the album with an amazing mixed sharing a real rap and a true honest pop.
It is kind of hard to review this album very clear because whenever people will listen to “loud” album they will feel like they are listening to the album for the first time. People will never get bored from listening to this album “Loud.” To be honest, this album is very outstanding album. All the songs are organized perfectly. It seems like each song was putted in the

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