The hip-hop icon Rihanna has finally returned with her first single after six years. ‘Lift Me Up,’ her new song, is a tribute to the late actor Chadwick Boseman, who played Black Panther in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. While the new song is causing quite a stir on the internet, the popstar has previously delivered numerous hits. Let’s look at RiRi’s top five greatest albums.

5. “Good Girl Gone Bad: Reloaded”(2007)

This album, released in 2007, included tracks that have become timeless classics as well as some that audiences and fans ridiculed as obvious misses. This superior reissue of RiRi’s third album, “Good Girl Gone Bad,” from 2007 features numerous hit songs. From the catchy “Umbrella,” which captivated fans, to the explosive “Shut Up and Drive,” the album also featured the bogey ballad “Rehab.”

Prominent additions such as “Disturbia” and “Take a Bow” stood out. The Maroon-5 song “If I Never See Your Face Again” is a great bonus for fans and adds a little rock to the albums.

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4. “Unapologetic”(2012)

Rihanna’s 2012 project, “Unapologetic,” was chaotically good. The album’s flops included the Chrish Brown-assisted “Nobody’s Business” and “Get It Over With.” “Phresh Out The Runway,” “Pour It Up,” and “Right Now” to EDM-hybrids like “Diamonds,” “What Now,” and “Half Of Me,” captivated audiences and became iconic.

The ever-moving top-tier duet “Stay,” featuring Mikky Ekko, was a timeless number that deserves all the repeat plays it has received. RiRi’s collaboration with Eminem in the song “Numb” is a welcome treat for the ears.

3. “Talk That Talk”(2011)

The album “Talk That Talk,” released in 2011, was a mood-boosting treasure trove. The album featured raunchy bangers such as “Cockiness (Love It),” “Birthday Cake,” and the title track “Talk That Talk.” The music videos for “You Da One,” “Where Have You Been,” and “We Found Love” are all fantastic as well. The spirited track “We All Want Love,” with a balladic undertone, shone in the project full of club classics.

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2. “Loud”(2010)

“Loud,” arguably Rihanna’s most polished pop album, falls just short of the crown at No. 2. “Loud” was a more restrained project that lacked rowdy aggressive bangers compared to RiRi’s previous works. All the songs on this album have a catchy melody, and some of the best singles are “What’s My Name?” and “Only Girl (In The World).” The album was brilliant in every way, from the sweetly acoustic “California King Bed” to the snappy reggae-infused “Man Down.”

1. “Anti”(2016)

Rihanna’s eighth album, “Anti,” features distorted vocals and synth-rock elements, and is a complete departure from her classic hits displaying her tough, aggressive, outspoken, and confident image. The song that brought the house down was “Love on the Brain,” a neoclassic soul track in which RiRi expresses her pain through powerful lyrics that sting in the heart.

The first and only no-skip album from Rihanna, this project contained “Kiss It Better” and “Yeah, I Said It,” It also included the ballads “Stay” and “Close To You,” as well as the electrifying singles “Woo,” “Needed Me,” and “Bitch Better Have My Money.”