From Kanye West to Jay-Z & Drake, Here Are Rihanna’s Best Hip-Hop Collaborations: Critics’ Choice

Rihanna is one of the most accomplished artists of the 21st century. From her 14 Billboard Hot 100 None. 1 hits to nine Grammys, the Barbados-born singer doesn’t have much left to prove in music.

After the rumors swirled Sunday morning (September 25) that she was in discussions to headline 2023 Apple Music Super Bowl Halftime Showthe 34-year-old superstar further fueled the conversation by sharing a photo of himself holding an NFL-branded football Instagram.

Shortly after her post, the NFL confirmed news by retweeting a post by Roc Nation, which featured the same photo RiRi had shared. “Let’s GO,” the label and management company captioned its tweet. NFL too submitted Rihanna’s soccer teaser image on her official Twitter account.

RiRi’s loyal fanbase has been hoping that the news will also bring a new album, as she has promised to deliver his ninth studio LP in 2019. Part of Rihanna’s greatness has been her ability to successfully dabble in multiple genres throughout her career – particularly hip-hop, with Jay-Z introduced her to the mainstream after signing the teen sensation to Def Jam in 2005.

Rihanna has collaborated with some of the best the genre has to offer. Whether it’s teaming with YOU, Kanye West, Drake or Eminemthat ANTI artist boasts a unique ability to take tracks to the next level.

In honor of RiRi taking the Super Bowl Halftime stage in 2023, here are the icon’s top 10 hip-hop collaborations.

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