'Complicated', 'Man Down' and 'California King Bed', New Songs From Rihanna's 'Loud'
Three more songs from Rihanna's future recording studio album "Loud" surface for fans jamming satisfaction, leaving behind just "Fading" and "Skin", the only two tracks left unheard. The recently-leaked tunes are "Complicated", "California King Bed" and "Man Down".
The songs are not really dance tracks. "King Bed" starts with ballad traditional acoustic jam and midway through goes on adding several rock vibes. The music has been released on the internet today. The red-headed actress sets her vocal ability to the test on the rock ballad "California King Bed," which her sweetheart Matt Kemp refers to as "one of my favorite songs" off the album.
"Complicated" features her excavating into unpleasant memories of her difficult relationship. Rihanna is diving back into painful memories of former relationships in the new song. On this occasion it's a intricate lover scenario regarding a difficult partner she just can't seem to get away from.
"Man Down" spots Rihanna coming back to her local Barbados and infusing island flavour. In the mean time, RiRi picks up the speed on the darkish track, a cooperation with partner Bajan Shontelle in which she routes the isle flavor of her native Barbados. "When I was writing my part, we were in the studio together," the performer informed Rap-Up.com of the rum-pum-pum track
"Loud" is going to be unveiled in the US on November 16. It has previously been preceded with remarkable chart performance of lead single "Only Girl (In the World)" that achieved No. 3 on Billboard Hot 100.
Listen to "Californina King Bed":
Listen to "Man Down":
Listen to "Complicated":