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Rhianna to Launch New Album Via Streamed Concert


5th November 2009, Los Angeles: International superstar Rihanna will showcase new material from her highly-anticipated forthcoming album, Rated R, exclusively to a Nokia audience via a globally streamed live performance on 16th November 2009. This partnership event with Nokia will preview tracks from Rated R – set for a 23rd November release worldwide - performed live from a secret London location.

From her multi-platinum album A Girl Like Me to her ubiquitous global smash Good Girl Gone Bad, in just a few short years, Rihanna has helped redefine the path of popular music for a new generation. She continues that musical and stylistic journey on one of the most hotly anticipated new albums in recent history - her fourth original studio album, Rated R.

This event places Rihanna at the forefront of cutting-edge technology to deliver music and exclusive content to fans, whilst enabling fans to get closer to the live action from wherever they are in the world.

Rihanna fans in New Zealand can:

* Sign up to watch the live stream

* Invite their friends to watch the performance simultaneously with them through Facebook and Twitter

* Download a web widget counting down to the live performance

* Download an exclusive Rihanna mobile application from Nokia’s Ovi Store


Rihanna said, "I am so excited to partner up with Nokia. They are doing some really revolutionary things with this album, enabling me to reach more fans than ever before.”

To register to watch Rihanna’s live performance, visit http://http://www.nokia.com/rihanna

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