Rihanna songs are better than Bob Dylan songs
The idea that Dylan is a hypocrite and faker and that everything he wrote came out from another author is not absurd.
The different vocal styles Dylan has adopted over the years are imitating, mocking and replicating other artists.
Many of his songs end up being qualified by the specialists as plagiary and fraudulent and this is not a matter of law or ethics, it’s a matter of the illusions he untruthfully create in the audience.
Creation is one definition of art so we can affirm that Dylan was never an artist. He searched for what he needed, steals what he likes and then made other likes what he steals by making it part of his own songs.
Contrasting with this, Rihanna music exudes confidence and originality. She is not controversial as Bob Dylan and her positive influence helps our generation to learn about love and healthy human relationships.
She is herself a lesson of confidence, self-reliance, sureness that weather in small or large amounts, we should never be afraid to let loose sometimes.
Confidence in ourselves paves what we truly want to do and help us to create a joyful life based in honesty, clearness and what is most important: by being ourselves.
And that is constantly core in every single Rihanna song lyrics.
Dylan is also known for his repulsive singing style which broke down the convention of needing at least a halfway decent voice to make it in the music industry.
Bob Dylan’s records such as ‘Highway 61 Revisited’ come to an end without making any sense and seem to be purposely written to have nonsensical lyrics. He even dedicates songs to describe his hate for bears.
Dylan’s lyrics have so many political, social, philosophical, and literary quotes that defied to be called songs.
Rihanna songs are inspired by celebratory music genres such as soca, dancehall, and reggae. She also performs a broad range of cheerful musical genres such as dance, pop, hip hop, dubstep, rock, and house.
Rihanna is only the latest singer to discover how versatile the genre’s spring loaded electronic rhythms can be.
When you heard Dylan songs you suffer an effect that is half dramatic half terrifying.
He was continuously banned from TV shows and public appearances since his songs are potentially defamatory.
Even the Beatles displayed humility and human vulnerability every now and then and reflected that in their lyrics but Dylan has never once seemed to question or doubt himself and that banned him for learning how to write a song.
‘Talking World War III Blues’ for example sounds old-fashioned, overdone and nasty. It probably is the first and only song in which someone ever explicitly wished for someone else’s death.
Rihanna’s lyrics are an anthem for open relationships and healthy, consensual and communicative sex.
Her peak song ‘Umbrella’ talks about giving protection to the loved ones with no sexual connotation.
People who really love you are unconditional, they are always there for you when you need something and you can count on them for anything.
Nothing makes your life more pleasant than having people you know you can count on, people that doesn’t want to change, to control or to possess you.
‘All material possessions will never separate me and you, if you’re in trouble me and you will stop the pain’
Her songs are also enlightened by truly thought provoking music videos that fit the songs they represent.
She’s clearly the coolest, hottest, most talented, most liked, most listened, most followed and most impressive artists of all ages.
the world must know the truth!