Rihanna Drops Music With Reggae Icon Buju Banton; Tells Drake to Grow Up

8:00 AM EDT 5/29/2017 by Cores Grace, Celebeat Reporter

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Barbadian singer-songwriter Rihanna rose to fame in 2005 with her first music album "Music of the Sun" and singles "Pon de Replay" and "SOS." She has earned many different music awards including the Grammy Award for her platinum "Unapologetic" album and is recognized as a Pop icon. Being in the limelight is certainly a fancy one but that goes with a lot of controversies too. The singer has been in different relationships including Canadian rapper Drake and the most controversial singer Chris Brown.

Rihanna recently reacted on Drake's playboy ways and the latest one was with "High School Musical" star Vanessa Hudgens and rapper Nicki Minaj. Reports say that although she was not at the Billboard Music Awards, the singer was well-aware of Drake's flirtatious acts on different women, which pisses her off. An insider close to the singer allegedly revealed that she doesn't think the Canadian rapper is cool as he thinks that he is.

"For Rihanna, seeing Drake hit on every woman at the BBMAs made her think that their time together wasn't as important as she originally thought," the source said and added that the singer thinks that the rapper should grow up. The Grammy winner allegedly said that the rapper's way of hitting on women is not appealing at all. The insider revealed that the Barbadian singer is done with Drake's drama and she just wanna be free from his shenanigans.

Meanwhile, Dancehall Hiphop reports that Rihanna is possibly dropping some music with reggae icon Buju Banton. One of the songs titled "Phatty" that she registered this week has credited Mark Anthony Myrie - Banton's government name. This sparks speculations that she must be working with the reggae icon, although it remains to be seen.

Rihanna is known for being a fan of several reggae music icons including the reggae legend Bob Marley, Sizzla Kalonji, among others. She also revealed before that she grew up listening to reggae music and this proves in many of her songs. For reggae fans out there, keep an eye of her new registered song "Phatty."

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