Finally, some new Grimes music! Kind of. Claire Boucher hasn't launched the follow-up to Visions just yet, but to help quell the painful waiting period she's dropped a new song called "Go" that was originally written for Rihanna. Riri, however, turned it down, leaving Grimes with both the song and a great opportunity for some serious media play by releasing a song that's kind of like a 2-for-1 of new Grimes and Riri.
As Katy, GaGa, RiRi, and Crayon Pop continue to outshine Beyonce, the Klown Bey's attempts at clinging to relevancy are becoming more and more desperate. Her latest stunt to stay in the headlines sees the serial leg spreader pulling a Miley Cyrus and cutting her hair short, then posting the photos on instagram so E! News will write about it.
Unapologetic is arguably Rihanna's most personal album next to 2009's Rated R, and that's not exactly a good thing. When the 24-year-old's not singing about how much money she has, how much partying she does, or how much sex she gets, she's singing about her relationship with Chris Brown -- a tumultuous affair that could easily be avoided by a woman with more maturity, or simply one that doesn't utterly revel in mindless chaos and drama like RiRi does.