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Same Ol Mistakes - Rihanna - Anti (CD, Album)

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  1. Jan 29,  · Parker was also credited as producer on “Same Ol’ Mistakes.” After a year of teasing its imminent arrival, Rihanna officially debuted Anti on Wednesday night following Tidal’s accidental release.
  2. Same Ol' Mistakes is the ninth track from Rihanna's eighth studio album Anti, released on January 28th,
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  4. Jan 28,  · Its getting mixed reviews. Its not a turn up album but i can tell Riri got high throughout the making of this cd. The only dance'esk song is Work which has an annoying earworm of a chorus. Everything else is very chill smoke a blunt in the bathtub music. Overall its okay she was really trying it on"love on the brain" and "higher"phosotlittmenlumbforlyetibatitemsi.coinfo i was.
  5. Jan 28,  · Now that Rihanna's ANTI album is finally out, which always gives her albums an added level of excitement based on the wide range of artists she worked with. "Same Ol' Mistakes".
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Anti Deluxe on Discogs. Label: Star Mark - •1/2 • Format: CD Album, Deluxe Edition CD All Media Unofficial Release Digipak • Country: Russia • Genre: Hip Hop, Funk / Soul, Pop, Classical • 3/5(2).
  7. Rihanna’s latest album, Anti, was expected to drop sometime late last year, with Kanye West acting as executive producer. However, months passed with little sign of an actual release date, the.
  8. Jan 28,  · Editors' Notes A decade into her career, Rihanna remains a hypnotic presence. Brooding, erotic, and deceptively diverse, ANTI coolly jumps from oozing slow jams (“Kiss it Better”) to bubbling pop confections (the futurist dancehall-lite Drake collaboration “Work”) to serrated experiments (the vaguely industrial “Woo”) and throwback comfort food (“Love on the Brain,” “Higher”).

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