We figured Rihanna’s “harder” album this year was in due part to her incident with Chris Brown last February. But it isn’t until now that she’s actually admitting to it. the songstress spoke with CNN and told them that working on Rated R really helped her to vent about her public break-up.
She especially opened up about the track “Cold Case Love,” which she says covers everything she "didn't say for the past eight months." The song, which is a collaboration with Justin Timberlake, is all about the aftermath Brown left her with.
She says, "It's a song that everybody wanted to hear, everything that I didn't say for the past eight months, exactly how I felt about that relationship and how I feel about it now - that song says it all."
In related news, all signs point to the fact that Rihanna has finally moved on from Brown with Dodger player Matt Kemp. He did an interview with MLB.com to talk about being thrown into the public eye in a different way since being linked to Rihanna. He said, "It can be a little overwhelming. But it's not going to affect my work. I get my work in and plan on repeating the same season or even better."