Rihanna brought out her inner trap goddess at the March 29 iHeartRadio Music Awards during the performance of "Bitch Better Have My Money." The song debuted on March 26 as the second single off of her upcoming eighth album.
You can always count on the Barbadian singer to grab the audience's attention with her daring outfits, enticing dance moves, and performance risks. Rihanna's creativity shined when she stepped out of a large black helicopter arranged center stage as smoke arose from behind. This set the dark tone for the rest of the performance. The backup dancers dressed in all black were in sync with their moves as Rihanna rocked a black mini dress covered by a bright green fur coat, green boots, a green necklace, and green glasses. The elaborate green accessories popped out, representing the theme of money in the lyrics.
The track shows a darker side of the Good Girl Gone Bad singer, who usually focuses on romance, breakups, and sexuality in her songs. Could this have to do with Kanye West being the executive producer of her eighth studio album? So far, there's been no official announcement about when the album will be released or what it will be called, but we can't wait to see what other surprises Rihanna has in store for us.
"Bitch Better Have My Money" is available on Amazon (MP3).
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Source: NBC Official Website