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Posted July 25, 2012
I must begin this review by prefacing that I do like Rihanna&rs
I must begin this review by prefacing that I do like Rihanna’s music and count “We Found Love”, ”Talk That Talk”, “Drunk On Love”,and “Roc Me Out” among some of my favorite songs from her “Talk That Talk” cd. Additionally, I do not condone domestic violence regardless of who starts the fight first. With that said, I admit listening to “Fortune” with the belief that many people deserve second chances. Too many everyday people and celebrities frequently give up in life after making mistakes and thinking that their lives are now over. In fact, it is often the opposite and a mistake is only a stepping stone to greater opportunities and pulling oneself back up.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Musical elements of dance, hip hop, and pop are crafted on this cd with party tracks such as “Bassline”, “Party Hard”, “Free Run” and “Turn Up the Music”. “Fortune” by Chris Brown is best for those who have heard and liked Chris Brown’s “Beautiful People” and/or hip hop and dance music hybrids. This is mainly because many of the songs on “Fortune” are fashioned from the related theme of “Beautiful People.”