by Rihanna


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Loud, Rihanna's fifth studio album, is a significant change of pace from 2009's platinum Rated R. While much of Rated R was a cathartic and dark, Loud is relatively lighthearted and geared for dancefloors. It's led by the sleek, euphoric, and up-front "Only Girl (In the World)," produced by StarGate. Overall, the album efficiently balances Rihanna's playful and sinister sides. One song that sounds nothing like anything else in her past is "Skin," a contender for anti-gravity slow jam of the year. The album also features collaborations with Timbaland, Taio Cruz, Alex da Kid, Drake, Sean Garrett, and Ne-Yo.

Product Details

Release Date: 11/16/2010
Label: Def Jam
UPC: 0602527829142
catalogNumber: 001612102
Rank: 7034

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Rihanna   Primary Artist
Eminem   Vocals
Eric England   Bass
Drake   Vocals
Ester Dean   Background Vocals
Stacy Barthe   Background Vocals
Priscilla Renea   Background Vocals
Theron Thomas   Background Vocals
Cri$tyle Johnson   Background Vocals
Alex Delicata   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar
Nuno Duarte Gil Mendes Bettencourt   Guitar

Technical Credits

Evan Rogers   Executive Producer
L.A. Reid   Executive Producer
Carl Sturken   Executive Producer
Kuk Harrell   Vocal Producer,Vocal Recording
Christopher "Tricky" Stewart   Producer
Deborah Mannis-Gardner   Sample Clearance
Stargate   Producer
C. Stewart   Composer
Kyle White   Assistant Vocal Engineer
Inaam Haq   Assistant Vocal Engineer
Makeba Riddick   Vocal Producer
Ariel Chobaz   Vocal Recording
Dana Nielsen   Engineer
Miles Walker   Engineer
Carol Corless   Package Production
Mikkel Storleer Eriksen   Composer,Engineer,Instrumentation
Rob Katz   Assistant Vocal Engineer
Antonio Resendiz   Assistant Vocal Engineer
Runners   Producer
Damien Lewis   Engineer
Jeff "Supa Jeff" Villanueva   Engineer
Alex Haldi   Art Direction
Sandy Vee   Producer,Engineer,Instrumentation
Ester Dean   Producer
Andrew Wuepper   Engineer
Ciarra Pardo   Art Direction
Marcos Tovar   Vocal Recording
Chad "C Note" Roper   Engineer
Josh Gudwin   Vocal Recording
Tor Erik Hermansen   Composer,Instrumentation
R. Wouter   Composer
Noah Shebib   Vocal Recording
A. Lavigne   Composer
Alex Da Kid   Producer,Engineer
A. Grant   Composer
G. Edwards   Composer
Corey Shoemaker   Engineer
JP Robinson   Art Direction
S. Joseph   Composer
L. Christy   Composer
Brian "B-Luv" Thomas   Engineer
Bobby Campbell   Assistant Vocal Engineer
Polow da Don   Producer
Jay Stevenson   Engineer
Cary Clark   Engineer
Noel Cadastre   Assistant Vocal Engineer
Mike Strange   Vocal Recording
Koby Hass   Assistant Vocal Engineer
Dane Liska   Assistant Vocal Engineer
Brandon Joner   Assistant Vocal Engineer
Brad Shea   Assistant Vocal Engineer
Veronika Bozeman   Vocal Producer,Additional Production
C. Johnson   Composer
Robyn Fenty   Executive Producer,Art Direction
S. Wilhelm   Composer
S. Spock   Composer
Holly Hafermann   Composer

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Loud 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Frankie_Teen_Rox More than 1 year ago
you have got to listen to the S&M song. Brittney Spears is in it, but it doesn't sound like it.
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BeastlyBeast101 More than 1 year ago
this probably my favorite album of hers, and I've loved all of her albums so it's wonderful that i can distinct which one I love the most! Very good Rihanna!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Rihanna has done it again, she has made another album, I like this album a lot better than the one called rated R. Rihanna has rose up from the dark and evil and into the fun happy energetic tune and on this album there are great songs that make you wanna dance to. I like the songs S&M, whats my name, cheers (Drink to that) only girl (in the world) man down, raining men, complicated, skin, love the way you live part II. You will not regret getting this album, this album rocks!
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ayou More than 1 year ago
BIGGEST RIRI FAN EVER!!! at first i did not like the Album but after listening to it multiple times.... its pretty good... she is really going back to caribbean roots which i love because i am caribbean also... nways thisis her second best album!!
J-mimi More than 1 year ago
This was not Rihanna's best album. Some of the songs on it were okay like, S&M, Fading, and What's My Name. The others were terrible, I'm a big Rihanna fan but this was not the greatest album I've ever heard like it was put it out to be.
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