Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Rihanna Has Lost Her Good Girl Image

Teenage R&B singer Rihanna has lost her good girl image thanks to Ne-Yo and rapper Shawn 'Jay-Z' Carter.

The Barbadian born star chose the title of her latest album Good Girl Gone Bad to warn fans she's not so innocent anymore.

The SOS hitmaker credits working alongside Jay-Z, owner of Def Jam Records, and singer/songwriter Ne-Yo for helping her shake off her good girl status.

She tells MTV, "We figured Good Girl Gone Bad was the perfect title because it showed people I'm my own (person) now. Not doing what anyone wants me to do."

"I'm not the innocent Rihanna anymore. I'm taking a lot more risks and chances. I felt when I cut my hair, it shows people I'm not trying to look or be anybody else. The album is very edgy."

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