Rihanna, as suggested by the title of his seventh album, does not apologize. In particular, makes no apologies for apologizing to Chris Brown, the boyfriend that one night three years ago sent her to the hospital and by which he seems to have made peace. The couple even in a duet song "unapologetic" where keen to point out that their relationship is "Nobody's Business": only their cocks. However, it is really hard not to be interested in the dynamics between the two when they are the first to raccontarcele. In such a case, you can not really separate the private life of the artist from his work? In theory, yes, according to production notes listed on Wikipedia, Rihanna did not write a single word of the album and is simply an interpreter who, like many others, he sings of love tormented. In practice, no, because you can not help but take frequent references to his personal history in many ways the album. In the above "Nobody's Business", Rihanna and Chris swear eternal love of a sample of Michael Jackson, the reggae of "No love allowed," the singer said they were prepared to die for the only man who made her cry and then confirms the concept "Love without tragedy / Mother Mary." This is also the best track of the album: Almost seven minutes of confession and prayer (with a wink to "Message in a Bottle"), Rihanna recalls the idyllic story ended in tragedy, reflects on his relationship with fame and performs the interpretation most intense of his career.