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Check out then (2005) and now (2017) photo of Rihanna when she started as a singer. The sweet innocent and lovely Barbadian star we used to love has transformed over the years with her looks, music career and behaviours. We’ve seen her gone from good to bad at times worse.

RiRi first graced the world of pop music with in 2005 with her debut LP, Music of the Sun, and its Caribbean-inspired first single, “Pon de Replay.” Seven albums, a few scandals and a whole lot of skin-baring ensembles later, the Barbadian-born beauty has transformed herself from pop ingenue to a bona fide superstar. In 2016 the eight-time Grammy winner released her eighth album, Anti, which features “Work,” her record-breaking collaboration with Drake.

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