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May 2007: Good Girl Gone Bad



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Rihanna finally achieved worldwide fame with the release of her third album Good Girl Gone Bad, in May 2007. The record marked a defining moment in her short career; gone was the fresh faced Barbadian pop star, replaced by a rebellious, adult artist who’d embraced a new, dance-influenced sound.

Aided by producers Timbaland, will.i.am and Sean Garrett, the aptly titled Good Girl Gone Bad was released in May 2007 to critical and commercial acclaim, topping album charts in the UK, Canada, Brazil and Russia. Four Billboard 100 number ones followed too, including global hit 'Umbrella'.

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  1.  
    4 %
    Pon de Replay - 2005
    7 votes
  2.  
    2 %
    SOS - 2006
    4 votes
  3.  
    19 %
    Unfaithful - 2006
    36 votes
  4.  
    16 %
    Umbrella - 2007
    30 votes
  5.  
    6 %
    Don't Stop the Music - 2007
    12 votes
  6.  
    2 %
    Take a Bow - 2008
    3 votes
  7.  
    3 %
    Disturbia - 2008
    6 votes
  8.  
    2 %
    Russian Roulette - 2009
    3 votes
  9.  
    7 %
    Rude Boy - 2010
    14 votes
  10.  
    7 %
    Only Girl (In the World) - 2010
    13 votes
  11.  
    6 %
    What's My Name? - 2010
    11 votes
  12.  
    2 %
    S&M - 2011
    4 votes
  13.  
    17 %
    We Found Love - 2011
    32 votes
  14.  
    9 %
    Diamonds - 2012
    18 votes

Total Responses: 193
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