Rihanna Rudeboy Dancehall Remix Sped Up
If you loved the Dancehall Remix of Rudeboy by Rihanna at the Superbowl, here is a free version you can get on Youtube.
Rihanna Rudeboy Dancehall remix Sped up
Here is Rihanna Rudeboy Dancehall remix Sped up for those that loved that version in Rihanna’s Superbowl performance.
Also, this version of Rihanna Rudeboy Dancehall remix Sped up can be saved and downloaded via Youtube so you can use it in your TikTok videos or challenges.
That’s Rihanna Rudeboy Dancehall remix Sped up. Enjoy!
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Rude Boy” is a song by Barbadian singer Rihanna, taken from her fourth studio album, Rated R (2009). It was released as the album’s fourth overall and third international single on February 5, 2010, through Def Jam.
Rihanna co-wrote the song with Ester Dean, Makeba Riddick, and producers Rob Swire and Stargate. “Rude Boy” is a clubby midtempo reggae and R&B song which incorporates elements of raggamuffin.
The song received mixed to positive reviews from critics; some have called it the highlight of the album, but others criticized Rihanna’s “monotone” and “icy” vocal performance. However, opinion of the song has improved over time, and several critics have retrospectively ranked it as one of the strongest releases in her discography
“Rude Boy” peaked at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 for five consecutive weeks and was Rihanna’s sixth US number-one single. It was a commercial success globally, peaking at number one in Australia and attained top five positions in Germany, Hungary, Ireland, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, and the United Kingdom.
The accompanying music video was directed by Melina Matsoukas, used green screen techniques and featured props that included a stuffed lion and zebra.
Rihanna performed the song live for the first time at the Pepsi Super Bowl Fan Jam in South Beach, Miami, and later on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and Alan Carr: Chatty Man. “Rude Boy” was also featured on the set lists of Rihanna’s Last Girl on Earth, Loud, Diamonds and Anti tours.
In 2023, Rihanna performed the song at the Super Bowl LVII halftime show, whereupon it resurged in popularity and went viral on social media as a dance challenge.
Rude Boy” debuted on the US Billboard Hot 100 at number sixty-four.
It peaked at number one a month later, replacing “Break Your Heart” by Taio Cruz, and became Rihanna’s sixth US number one single.
Rihanna equaled Paula Abdul and Diana Ross as the female artists with the fifth-most number one singles on the Hot 100’s in its fifty-one year history.
“Rude Boy” remained at number one for five consecutive weeks, and was replaced by “Nothin’ On You” by B.o.B featuring Bruno Mars.
“Rude Boy” also topped the US Rhythmic Airplay, Pop Songs,and Dance Club Songs charts.
“Rude Boy” was certified quintuple platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America and has sold over 3 million copies in the United States as of June 2015.
“Rude Boy” debuted on the Australian Singles Chart at number forty-five, and peaked at number one for two weeks in March 2010.
It remained on the chart for nineteen weeks, and was certified two-times platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association, denoting shipments of over 140,000 copies.
In New Zealand, the song debuted at number twenty-five on February 22, 2010, and peaked at number three in its fifth week on the chart.
On the UK Singles Chart, “Rude Boy” peaked at number two. It was prevented from reaching the top spot by Tinie Tempah’s “Pass Out”, which debuted at number one and remained there for two weeks.
“Rude Boy” was more successful on the UK R&B Chart, where it peaked at number one for one week on February 27, 2010.
On April 30, 2010, the single was certified gold by the British Phonographic Industry, denoting shipments of over 400,000 copies.Elsewhere in Europe, the song achieved moderate chart success, peaking at number three in Denmark and Norway for two weeks on both charts, and in both the Flanders and Wallonia regions of Belgium.
“Rude Boy” also reached the top ten in Austria, Finlandand France,charting at numbers six, seven and eight, respectively. “Rude Boy” was slightly less successful in Sweden, where the song peaked at number eleven