Rihanna - Bitch Better Have My Money (Diplo & Grandtheft Remix) OFFICIAL by Alex Young

Rihanna's hit track "Bitch Better Have My Money" gets an upgrade (who knew that was possible) from EDM juggernaut Diplo and DJ Grandtheft from Toronto. The pair puts together an official remix laying down an electronic trap beat accompanied with a faster tempo and a myriad of sounds to flow with RiRi's vocals. Enjoy below!

Watch Rihanna Perform "Bitch Better Have My Money" at the iHeartRadio Awards by Alex Young

On March 26th Bad Gal RiRi, aka Rihanna, surprised fans with her new single, "Bitch Better Have My Money" off her forthcoming album R8. Last night at the iHeartRadio Music Awards RiRi performed the song live for the first time and proved to the world why she is the foxiest and coolest girl in the game. She begins the performance stepping out of a helicopter, from then on all you can do is gawk at the Barbadian's effortless movements and calming sensual aura that make you say, "I want to be you". And, if you thought she looked good in pink, she looks better in green. Enjoy below.

Rihanna Ever the Trendsetter by Maxwell Young

I bet we see more pink silhouettes filtering into the lines of fashion designers and labels.  Why? Because Rihanna.  

Over the past several days, RiRi has been strutting around New York City promoting the upcoming animated movie, Home, as well as her concept album, which serves as the movie's soundtrack.  If Rihanna's Giambattista Valli pink pouf gown for the 2015 Grammys wasn't telling enough, head-to-toe tonal pink outfits have been a recent staple for the Barbadian songstress.  Above, Rihanna sports a pink barbie suit and fur scarf--cautionary to the unpredictable weather transition from winter to spring--as well as a Sean John tracksuit that is reminiscent of the early 2000s hip hop scene.

It's interesting how cyclical trends can be.  I look at denim shirts, baggy pants, and clip-on sunglasses and wonder why I feel so nostalgic.  The truth is, my earliest memories of clothing and fashion in general were around these trends during the late 1990s and early 2000s.  If anything, fashion is not just a form of self expression, but a way of holding on to precious past memories. 

Home, the DreamWorks animated film is set to debut on March 27th.  Check out the trailer here.