Watch N Learn - Rihanna - Talk That Talk (CD, Album)

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  1. You Da One 4½ Where Have You Been 6 Rihanna feat. Calvin Harris - We Found Love 5+ Rihanna feat. Jay-Z - Talk That Talk 4+ Cockiness (Love It) 4+ Birthday Cake 4½ We All Want Love 4½ Drunk On Love 5 Roc Me Out 4½ Watch N' Learn 4½ Farewell 4+ Media: 4,6 > 5 Last edited:
  2. " Watch n' Learn " is a song recorded by Barbadian recording artist Rihanna, for her sixth studio album Talk That Talk (). It was written by Priscilla Renea, Chauncey Hollis, Rihanna and Alja Jackson. The production was done by Hollis under his stage-name Hit-Boy.
  3. Talk That Talk (), Rihanna's sixth studio album, included "We Found Love"; it became a worldwide success, peaking at number one in 29 countries. It remained at number one on the Billboard Hot for 10 weeks, becoming the singer's .
  4. Rihanna Talk That Talk Deluxe. Rihanna Talk That Talk [Deluxe Edition] - Drunk On Love. Play Download.
  5. People Viewing Rihanna - Talk That Talk Also Like CLEAN. release, the sixth studio album from the R&B superstar. Talk That Talk once again sees the singer working with producer Verse Simmonds, half of the duo the Jugganauts.
  6. 04 Rihanna – Talk That Talk (feat. JAY Z) Mp3 Download 05 Rihanna – Cockiness (Love It) Mp3 Download 06 Rihanna – Birthday Cake Mp3 Download 07 Rihanna – We All Want Love Mp3 Download 08 Rihanna – Drunk On Love Mp3 Download 09 Rihanna – Roc Me Out Mp3 Download 10 Rihanna – Watch n’ Learn Mp3 Download 11 Rihanna – Farewell Mp3.
  7. Rihanna ‎– Talk That Talk Label: Def Jam UK ‎– , Mercury ‎– , SRP Records ‎– /5(3).
  8. Were she willing to tip her hand a little earlier, Rihanna might have considered kicking off her new album, "Talk That Talk," with "Watch n' Learn," which appears near the end of the song.
  9. The album’s best track, however, is the wholly sweet and flirtatious “Watch n’ Learn,” featuring a dizzying Hit-Boy beat -- rat-a-tat snares, swirling/swelling synthesizers, irresistible plucked melodies -- that is even more unique in the context of pop radio than his work on Kanye West and Jay-Z's “Ni**as in.

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