Rihanna Cheers Drink To That Download
In an interview with MTV News in late 2010, Rihanna spoke of how "Cheers (Drink to That)" was one of her favorite songs on the album, saying "I love that song ['Cheers']. That is one of my favorite songs on the album. It makes you feel like celebrating ... It gives you a great feeling inside, like you want to go out and have a drink ... People can't wait for the weekend." Also in an interview with MTV News in late 2010, Avril Lavigne spoke about being included on the song, saying, "It was really exciting because 'I'm With You' is one of my favorite songs that I've done, I always love performing it."
Rihanna Cheers Drink To That Download
"Cheers (Drink to That)" is a pop rock song. It contains samples of Lavigne's song "I'm with You", which is featured on her album Let Go (2002). According to the digital music sheet published at musicnotes.com, the song is written in the key of E major and is set in simple time with a moderated hip-hop groove. Rihanna's vocal range in the song spans from the low note of E3 to the high note of C5. Lyrically, "Cheers (Drink to That)" is a party or drinking song, and this is exemplified by the verse "Life's too short to be sittin' around miserable/ People are gonna talk whether you're doin' bad or good/ Don't let the bastards get you down/ Turn it around with another round." The line "Don't let the bastards get you down" is taken from a mug that LP's late father used to drink coffee from. According to Ryan Dombal of Pitchfork, the lyrics sum up the general sentiment of Loud, which as an album is less reflective of tabloid speculation than her previous release, Rated R (2009).
A reviewer of OK! commented that "Rihanna gets buddy Avril Lavigne on board in the video for the track 'which will be our anthem for the Bank Holiday weekend.'" Brad Wete of Entertainment Weekly simply commented that "It's party time, folks! And that's exactly what the video makes apparent." With regard to the cameo appearance of several celebrities and Rihanna's colleagues, Leah Collins of The Vancouver Sun stated "Rihanna shows that she has more celebrity friends than hairstyles (which is saying something considering she manages to change her weave approximately every 5 seconds in the clip)." According to William Goodman from Spin magazine "Barbadian pop queen Rihanna leads a charmed life. But at heart, she's just a hometown party girl, and her new video for 'Cheers (Drink to That)' proves it." In reference to raising glasses in the video, Rebeca Ford from The Hollywood Reporter commented "the singer can also be seen raising a [glass] to her audience, probably thanking them for their support with her own personal 'cheers'."
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When Superbowl occurs..no NFL fan is going to leave TV during halftime other to get a drink or more food to eat. I have attended each Superbowl ever since the 80s and behavior doesn't change much. Yes ..there may be less attention to the TV with more interpersonal interaction amongst friends & family...but if there is worthy entertainment eyeballs are fairly focused on the TV at home...even less however at bars and clubs. Top entertainers who earn millions of dollars yearly should contribute to the NFL for the right to sell their new albums, viz CD purchases...video streams, downloads to the millions watching adding hundreds of thousands and millions of incremental income to their bank accounts. The privilege of reaching a vast audience of 100 million homes should have a tariff paid by artists, thus enabling the NFL to provide better medical/psychiatric assistance needed by its membership.