Rihanna used Sizzla’s classic “Black Woman And Child” as the soundtrack for her ANTI celebration and Women’s History Month.
The Bajan pop star certainly got a lot on her plate right now, but today she took a timeout to thank her supporters. Through her many achievements, she also has a lot to celebrate too. The “Diamonds” singer has not released any music in over five years, and this fact puts her at the mercy of her fans as they constantly beg for new music. Rihanna‘s last album, ANTI, which was released on January 28, 2016, did exceptionally well. So much so that it has managed to remain on the Billboard 200 for five consecutive years since its release. This has earned her the unique title of being the first black female artist to achieve this milestone in the chart’s history.
Rihanna took to Instagram today to celebrate the momentous feat with her ridiculously immense 93.6 million fans and followers. In a short video collage featuring images and clips from her clothing line, her charitable works, her runway appearances, her stage performances, her in the studio recording music, her with family and friends, and a snippet showing how the artwork for the album was painted, Rihanna lauded her significant achievement.
She captioned the post, “grateful to the most High for putting die hard supporters in my circle #Anti #Womens History Month. congrats to everyone that contributed to this era, thank you team.”