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Rihanna Brings Barbados Bliss To 'Good Morning America' -

MTV: "NEW YORK — Nearly one year to the day since the release of her brooding Rated R, Rihanna has softened her hard edges and surrendered the warrior pose for a relaxed island twirl. Her Loud album, released Tuesday, has already launched two songs into the Billboard Hot 100: 'What's My Name?' is clutching the top spot, while 'Only Girl (In the World)' holds steady just three spots behind the Drake-assisted track at #4.

So on Wednesday morning (November 17), the Caribbean beauty decided to give fans a taste of what Barbados bliss sounds like, performing the hit singles during a one-two punch of a set on ABC's 'Good Morning America.'"

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