From Jamaican dancehall to R&B ballads, party-starting anthems and expressions of heartbreak, Rihanna has almost made a game out of keeping her fans guessing as to what will come next. It was certainly 2007's Good Girl Gone Bad that catapulted Rihanna to the status of an international icon. Moving away from her Caribbean music roots, the singer displayed her knack for reinvention by shifting to more up tempo dance tracks. Leading the charge was the album's Grammy-winning first single, "Umbrella" which dominated the charts all over the world. That momentum carried over to its emotionally riveting 2009 follow-up Rated R. The 2009 set's first single, "Russian Roulette," notched chart history as Rihanna's twelfth Billboard hot 100 hit while fellow smashes "Rude Boy" and "Te Amo" only furthered her pop reign. Continuing with it's vinyl campaign UMe will be releasing this title as a stunning gatefold 2LP for the first time.