Rihanna looks like a girl who’s received all of it collectively however even she admits it’s been an ‘overwhelming year’ making an attempt to juggle all her mounting work commitments.
The Work singer opened up about her struggles in balancing her varied companies, together with Fenty Beauty, her friendships and three-year relationship with boyfriend Hassan Jameel.
Proving to be human like the remainder of us, Rihanna admitted she’s discovered it troublesome discovering time for every part.
And we will completely relate – we want greater than seven days in every week to slot in mates, family, work, social commitments, love, feeding the cats and canine…
In a heartfelt Instagram publish – together with a fierce selfie, FYI – RiRi defined: ‘To all my friends/family/coworkers who I have yet to get back to in the past months…please forgive me.’
You’re already forgiven, girl.
‘This year has been quite an overwhelming one, and I’m engaged on that ish referred to as Balance. Brb. [sic].’
It’s definitely been fairly a 12 months for Rihanna.
In the previous 11 months alone, the Kiss It Better singer has continued to drop Fenty Beauty lipsticks, pallettes and shimmer powders left, proper and centre, whereas additionally launching her luxurious Fenty clothes line.
Oh, and in fact she’s been slaying her Savage x Fenty lingerie collections too.
Plus in September, she hosted her first ever Savage x Fenty vogue present which opened with her performing and featured appearances from a various vary of supermodels and celebrities.
Basically, it was a success and will little doubt return subsequent 12 months.
She didn’t sing Work for nothing.
With all these tasks below her belt, it’s no surprise followers are nonetheless ready for RiRi’s elusive ninth studio album.
Although she’s stated it gained’t be launched for some time, RiRi did teases the musical path for her long-awaited challenge.
Speaking to Vogue lately, the singer stated: ‘It’s not gonna be typical of what you understand as reggae. But you’re going to really feel the weather in all the tracks.’ The 31-year-old went on to say:
‘Reggae always feels right to me. It’s in my blood. It doesn’t matter how far or lengthy eliminated I’m from that tradition, or my setting that I grew up in; it by no means leaves.’
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