RiRi Reps Her Island Roots On This Reggae-Flavored Cut
What’s your favorite cut off Unapologetic? We’re loving the reggae tune of course. From “Pon Di Replay” and “No No No” (featuring Vybz Kartel) up through “Rude Boy” and “Man Down” Rihanna has always represented for the reggae massive. And her latest album is no exception (Peep the random “chalice” shout-out on the album cover). “How could you murder us?” Rihanna asks on this dramatic song, which was written by Elijah Blake—the man responsible for Usher’s No. 1 hit “Climax”—and produced by No I.D. Audio After The Jump…
“Like a bullet your love hit me to the core” Run the track…[audio:https://www.boomshots.com/tunes/13 No Love Allowed.mp3]
Food for thought: We’re not mad at No I.D.’s reggae groove, but we do hope Rihanna takes the plunge and works with some Jamaican producers one of these days. As much as she likes to quote Beres and Sizzla and Kartel lyrics, let’s see her get in the studio with some of Jamaica’s finest. Without any apology.