exactly where I am at right now,” says Rihanna. But it’s not just about personal growth. Rihanna says people forget that she is after all, just as human as the next person — something she attributes to public fascination when things went wrong and a decision to write what she has felt over the last few months in the music. “Before, there was an innocence to me. It was a perfect image. So the minute I did something imperfect, it was a big deal,” Rihanna tells Glamour Magazine. “People forget that after we get to our hotel rooms at night, we take a shower, we watch TV, eat room service and do normal things. Behind it all, we are still human beings…. “I put everything Iâve wanted to say for the past eight months into my music. The songs are really personal.” Rihanna’s forthcoming album, “Rated R,” featuring the single “Russian Roulette” is due in stores November 23 via Def Jam.
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