Here’s when Rihanna opened up on about how she initiated her breakthrough with the song ‘Umbrella’, read

Know how Rihanna made her breakthrough with the song ‘Umbrella’

Rihanna is one of the most celebrated global icons. The pop singer has time and again been the head turner with not only her back-to-back singles but also how she has enamoured her persona to be one of the greatest and so inspiring all the time. Whether it is with her pregnancy fashion goals, or even her fantastic, quirky music videos, the singer has never failed to keep us hooked to her work. Owing to that, if you are a Rihanna fan, you know how spectacularly she broke through with her classic number ‘Umbrella’ during her initial days.

Back in 2007, while Rihanna was there in the Ellen Show, she said, “The first time I heard ‘Umbrella’ I just knew how much I loved the song. I thought it had one of the most original sounds of any song that I’ve ever heard…. Eventually, I just went up to one of the managers and was like, ‘This song is mine…. I’m gonna fight you if I don’t have this song,’” as quoted by Pink Villa. The song was written by Christopher Stewart and Terius Nash. However, Rihanna immediately knew after hearing the song, and she is going own it.

As of now Rihanna is currently making it to the headlines. It’s after she announced that she and her husband ASAP Rocky are expecting their second child. The star earlier shared an adorable set of pictures on her social media handle, where we could see her flaunting her growing baby bump. Earlier too, the star made it to the headlines, when she embraced the red carpets flaunting her baby bump, catering rampant pregnancy fashion goals.

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