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  • Posted November 26, 2011

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    ¿Talk That Talk¿ by Rihanna is her latest musical debut that is the epitome of daring and catchy rolled into one. What I like about this cd is that she carefully takes musical chances in many of these songs. For example ¿We Found Love¿ is a catchy hybrid of pop, dance, and trance. ¿You Da One¿ is in a music class of its own with a strong blend of island themed music and pop. My personal top four songs have elements of the dance music genre in them: ¿Roc Me Out¿, ¿Talk that Talk¿,¿We All Want Love¿, and ¿Drunk On Love¿. ¿Roc Me Out¿ is a bold musical track about initiating a love affair with someone while confessing a desire to be loved. ¿Talk that Talk¿(featuring Jay-Z) is an excellent collaboration song that implies a preference to be talked to ¿aggressively.¿ It was a clever choice to include Jay-Z in ¿Talk that Talk¿ because of his own talent and fame. However, I must gently state that it would also be good for Rihanna and Beyonce to eventually do a musical collaboration together for future musical tracks. These two would make a powerful music combination together. ¿We All Want Love¿ is a heartfelt melody about how everyone desires to be love regardless of whether they admit it. ¿Drunk on Love¿ is a fantastic musical gem about someone confessing on how they thrive on love. The singer courageously admits to always believing in love despite what may happen in externally. She admits to wearing her heart on her sleeve and letting love strongly factor in many life decisions. ¿Talk that Talk¿ by Rihanna is best for those who enjoy any of her songs and/or compelling blends of music fusions involving the dance music genres.

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