|Uploaded:||October 25, 2009|
|Updated:||October 25, 2009|
My second lesson on a music performer and entertainer is going to be on “how to draw Rihanna step by step”. This musical star has been in the charts and on the radio for a good three years now. Her full name is Robyn Rihanna Fenty and she was born on February 20, 1988. She is a Barbadian queen who her began her career as a recording artist and model. Although she was born in Saint Michael Barbados, she eventually moved to the United States at the young age of sixteen to simply peruse a singing career. She eventually signed with Def Jam records after she had performed an audition for Jay-Z. It wasn’t until 2005 that her first debut album was released called “Music of the Sun”. The hit single from that album was “Pon de Replay” which reached the top one hundred Billboard. But she didn’t stop there, in 2006 which was less than a year later, she released her second album called “A Girl Like Me”. That album reached number five on the Billboard charts with songs like the number one hit single “SOS”, “Unfaithful”, and “Break it Off”. In 2007 she released yet another album called “Good Girls Gone Bad” which is the album that has her other hit single “Umbrella”, “Take a Bow”, “Disturbia”, and finally “Don’t Stop the Music”. It was her 2007 album that was nominated for nine Grammy Awards, and winning best rap/sung collaboration for Umbrella. Soon after her blown up success, she started dating Chris Brown which started out as a nice relationship. Some time into the relationship, rumors of abuse making her unable to keep up with performing engagements. She had to cancel her 2009 Grammy Awards performance because of the beating she had taken from Chris Brown. After all is said and done, this pop star is still going strong and producing more music for our enjoyment. One thing I like about Rihanna is her style. I really dig the way she wears her jet black hair style and her choice of clothes. This tutorial will show you how easy it is to learn "how to draw Rihanna step by step”. I hope you enjoy this lesson, I will be back with much more all in due time. Peace out and happy drawing!