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Loud is the fifth by singer . It was released on November 12, 2010, by and SRP Records. It was recorded between February and August 2010, during the singer's and the filming of her first feature film . Rihanna was the executive producer of Loud and worked with various record producers, including , , , and . The album features several guest vocalists, including rappers , and , who is featured on the sequel to "", titled "".

The album differs from Rihanna's 2009 album, , which incorporates a prominently foreboding and angry tone and dark themes. Loud features and genres, ranging from and to music, and marks the return to ; a genre prominent on Rihanna's first two albums (2005) and (2006). It also incorporates in "" and in the inspired "".

Loud received generally positive reviews from music critics, who complimented its upbeat material and Rihanna's vocal performances, while others stated that although the songs were solid, they were unfocused to each other. The album was a commercial success internationally; it debuted at number three on the US chart, with first week sales of 207,000 copies, the highest first week sales of her career at the time. The album entered the , and album charts at number one. Since its release, it has sold over 8 million copies worldwide.

The album produced seven singles, including the international hits "", "", and "". All three singles reached number one on the US . "S&M" was Rihanna's tenth number one song in the US, making Rihanna the youngest recording artist to accumulate the plateau in the shortest time, surpassing . "Only Girl (In the World)" won the in February 2011; additionally, the album was nominated for three more Grammy Awards, including for . To support the album, Rihanna embarked on her third worldwide concert tour, entitled the .

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Background[]

Following a domestic violence case between Rihanna and her boyfriend American entertainer , media speculated as to whether any song featured on her fourth studio album would be about him. The album was released in November 2009, under the title . Primarily a and album, it also incorporates musical elements of , , and dancehall.Rated R was commercially successful and spawned five singles, including the international hit, "". Six months after releasing the record, Rihanna began planning a fifth studio album, promising that her new material would be "more energetic" than her previous works.

's Tor Erik Hermansen, said "Rihanna came to us before we started recording "" and said ‘I feel great about myself. I want to go back to having fun, I want to make happy and up-tempo records'." compared the sound of the new tracks with her previous hit singles "" and "Rude Boy". In an interview for , the vice president of Def Jam Recordings compared the upcoming Rihanna album with Michael Jackson's saying, "Rihanna is coming along incredibly. I’m trying to push her to where every song will be a hit from one to 12. I’m talking about NO album fillers. Our bar for this album is Michael Jackson's ‘Thriller’."

Recording and title[]

"I'm done recording the whole album. I made sure not to let you down with my music! You guys are always defending me, so now you've got some great songs to justify it. I didn't want to go backward and remake [2007's] . I wanted the next step in the evolution of Rihanna, and it's perfect for us."

Rihanna talking about the concept of Loud for Rihannadaily.com

Rihanna and assembled a group of songwriters and record producers at several recording studios in for two weeks to write songs for Rihanna; they wrote approximately 200 songs, eleven of which were included on the album. Def Jam rented out nearly every recording studio in Los Angeles in order to create as many songs as possible. Ray Daniels, the manager of musical duo (brothers Theron and Timothy Thomas), was present during the sessions, and stated that a writing camp typically involves the label hiring ten recording studios for two weeks at the cost of ,000 per day. Daniels revealed that it is where songwriters have lyrics but no music, and where producers have music but no lyrics.

Singer-songwriters and producers ,,,,,,,, and contributed to the album. "" was written for Rihanna, but the song was rejected and was subsequently sent to . With regard to "", Rihanna thought Drake could understand the melody of the song and invited him to work on the track when she played him the finishbozed recording. The collaboration was originally planned to be a remix, but later it was decided that the version featuring Drake would be used as the original.

Loud was recorded in various recording studios worldwide including the Larrabee Sound Studios, and in , Platinum Sound Recording Studios, and Roc the Mic Studios in and The Bunker Studios in . In September 2010, during a webchat with her fansite Rihannadaily.com, Rihanna announced that the album would be called Loud, saying "get Loud everybody, get crazy, get excited, because I'm pumped. I'm just gonna be me, because that's what you guys love the most, and that's what makes me feel best. Just being normal, normal for me is Loud! Sassy, fun, flirty, energetic." While Rihanna was filming Battleship, she explained in an interview with , "Loud is, the word, the name of the album definitely reflects the attitude of it, it's really sassy and flirty and it grabs your attention and that's why I enjoy it. It takes you through a really really interesting ride. So colorful the album."

Composition[]

Influence and sound[]

Loud is a departure from the personal, melodramatic themes of Rated R. Stylistically, it is a return to the -inspired dance-pop of Rihanna's earlier work. Ryan Burleson of described the album as "a dynamic and record". In an interview with , Rihanna said "I wanted songs that were all Rihanna songs, that nobody else could do. I didn't want the generic pop record that or or could just do and it'll work. I wanted a song, or songs, that were Rihanna songs, that only I could do, had that little vibe to it, had that certain tone, a certain sass and a certain energy." During the promotion of Loud, Rihanna said that much of the music was born out of frustration. She explained: "When you go to a club and have to listen to bad music you revert to the liquor, because you want to have a good time. I hate having to skip a track. I wanted to make an album you can just play."

Songs[]

"Only Girl (In the World)" features a "heavy whipping bass" with the chorus of the song incorporating a "strobing, dance club beat", which also been described as a "stronger, sexier version" of her 2007 single, "".

S&M's lyrics have been noted by some critics as being "R-rated", although some critics considered "S&M" to be one of the better songs from Loud, as it efficiently balanced "Rihanna's playful and sinister sides".

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The opening track "S&M" is an up-tempo song produced by Norwegian producers StarGate and Sandy Vee. The song is reminiscent of 's 1984 song "" and contains lyrical thoughts of . Andy Kellman of regarded "S&M" as a song which efficiently balanced "Rihanna's playful and sinister sides". "What's My Name?" was also produced by StarGate and features guest vocals from rapper . It is a mid-tempo, - song with a back track consisting of heavy reggae. The song also sees Rihanna's return to the "Island-pop" style of her early career". "" is a pop rock song produced by , and interpolates 's 2002 single "". Mark Savage from described the song as a funky, loping guitar groove for a night out on the town. "Only Girl (In the World)" was the third song from the album produced by StarGate. It is an up-tempo song that incorporates elements of in its production. Brad Wete, a reviewer of , described Rihanna's vocals as "seductive" and reminiscent of a "stronger, sexier version" of her 2007 single, "".

"" is a rock ; Ryan Dombell of compared it to the song, "". The Shama Joseph produced "" is a reggae song with an electro rhythm, in which Rihanna sings in a West Indian accent. "" is a hip-hop song, which features rap vocals from Trinidadian rapper . Rihanna described the song as a fun song that differs from the original, referring to the 1979 single by with similar title "". "Complicated" was produced by and . Leah Greenblatt from Entertainment Weekly said "Even while telling a recalcitrant man how hard he is to love, she [Rihanna] sounds almost buoyant, her newly expanded vocals eager to scale the song's high-altitude house beat". The final track is the to Rihanna's with , "". "", which was produced by , features Rihanna as the protagonist and lead vocalist, viewing aspects of a relationship from a female perspective, unlike the original, which featured Eminem as lead vocalist and was from a male perspective.

Singles[]

The album's second single, which features guest vocals by , features an "island-pop" style and a backing track with "heavy reggae". Critics praised Rihanna's vocal performance in the song, as well as the romantic nature and its sexual tones.

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"" was released as the album's lead single on September 10, 2010. The song was sent to US and radio on September 21, 2010. It received positive reviews from music critics, who praised its chorus and thunderous dance beats. The song reached number one on the US chart, in the UK, Canada, Australia, Austria, Belgium (Wallonia), Ireland, Israel, Italy, New Zealand, Norway and Slovakia, becoming one of her best charting songs to date. At the , held at the in on February 13, 2011, "Only Girl (In the World)" won the award for .

Canadian rapper provided vocals on "What's My Name?"

"", which features guest vocals by Canadian recording artist , was released as the album's second single; it was sent to US mainstream and rhythmic radios on September 21, 2010. Music critics praised the song as some of Rihanna's best vocal work to date, noting the romantic nature of the song and its sexual tones. The song peaked at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, giving Rihanna her eighth number-one on the chart, while "Only Girl (In the World)" became her ninth number-one song two weeks after "What's My Name?". It reached number one in the United Kingdom and became Rihanna's fifth UK number one single and Drake's first.

"", was sent to radio on December 7, 2010 as an urban radio single and third track from Loud as a single in the US. The song featured female rapper . It peaked at number 48 on the US chart. "Raining Men" received mixed reviews from critics who praised the chemistry between Rihanna and Minaj but criticized the song for failing to create anything new or original.

"", the album's fourth US single and third international single, was solicited to US mainstream radio on January 25, 2011. Reception of "S&M" was mixed; some reviewers criticized the overt use of sexual lyrics while others noted it as a stand-out track from Loud. A remix of the song which features guest vocals by , was digitally released on April 11, 2011. "S&M" reached the top ten in twenty-four countries and peaked at number one in Australia, Canada and the United States.

"" was released as the fifth international single in some European countries in July 2011. It received positive reviews from critics, who called it a return to Rihanna's Caribbean-tinged rhythm. "Man Down" reached a peak of 59 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. In France, it peaked at number one for five consecutive weeks.

"" was released as the fourth international single on May 13, 2011, and as the sixth US single. It was sent to US on May 16, 2011. The song peaked at number four in Australia and New Zealand and number eight on the .

"" was announced by Rihanna as the seventh single from the album on July 24, 2011. The single was released to US mainstream and rhythmic radio on August 2, 2011. The song peaked at number seven on the US Billboard Hot 100, and number twelve on the US chart.

Release and promotion[]

Loud was released on November 12, 2010, in four separate editions: a standard edition; a deluxe edition, packaged in a exclusively for the US and Australia, that features a 30-minute documentary Making of Loud DVD (Directed by Brian and Brad Palmer); a Couture Edition containing the deluxe edition of Loud with a deluxe cover art lithograph, a box set with enhanced clear couture cover and a full-size photo book. An Ultra Couture Edition was also produced, containing a copy of the Deluxe Edition of Loud signed by , the MP3 download of Loud on and all the features of the Couture Edition. The Ultra Couture Edition sold out and is no longer available neither on Amazon or her online store. An explicit version of Loud was also released and features a label due to some of the lyrical content. The Japanese edition of the album was released with two additional remixes of "Only Girl (In the World)". The piano version of "Love the Way You Lie (Part II)" was only available with the edition of the album. However, the version which features was available for purchase.

Live performances[]

Rihanna performing "Only Girl (In the World)" on the Loud Tour.

Rihanna embarked on a promotional tour across Europe and North America to promote the album's release. The singer performed "Only Girl (In the World)", the lead single, live for the first time in North America on on October 30, 2010, and debuted the second single, "What's My Name?", later on in the show. The following day in the United Kingdom, Rihanna sang "Only Girl (In the World)" on of .Rihanna performed "Only Girl (In the World)" at the in Madrid, Spain, on November 7, 2010, on in on November 9, 2010, and on in on November 10, 2010. On November 11, 2010, Rihanna appeared on a pre-recorded edition of in the United Kingdom, where she gave an interview and sang "Only Girl (In the World)". On November 15, before the album's US release, Rihanna reprised her performance of "What's My Name?" for 's The Seven, live from , . The next day, Rihanna performed "What's My Name?" on the . On November 17, 2010, Rihanna was interviewed and performed "Only Girl (In the World)" and "What's My Name?" on .Rihanna performed a medley of "Love the Way You Lie (Part II)", "What's My Name?" and "Only Girl (In the World)" at the on November 21, 2010, where she won the award for .Rihanna opened with an a cappella version of "Love The Way You Lie Part II".

On December 11, 2010, Rihanna returned to of the UK's The X Factor, to perform "" with finalist , as well as a solo of "What's My Name?". The finale was watched by fifteen million viewers; however, the episode generated thousands of complaints about Rihanna's choice of outfit and sexual performance.Rihanna performed the song with Drake for the first time at the on February 13, 2011.Rihanna also appeared at the on February 15, 2011, where she performed "S&M" for the first time, as a medley with "Only Girl (In the World)" and "What's My Name?".Rihanna was requested to "tone down" her performance of "S&M" by the show's producers, and she performed only one verse and chorus in between "Only Girl (In The World)" and "What's My Name?". The BRIT Awards corporation wanted to avoid receiving complaints similar to those received by the X-Factor.Rihanna was a special guest at the on February 20, 2011, where she performed a medley of "", "Only Girl (In the World)", "", "What's My Name?" (with Drake) and "" (with ).

Rihanna performed "California King Bed" in the style of a song for the first time with front woman , during the held by the on April 3, 2011. She was a guest on the of the US series on April 14, 2011, where she performed "California King Bed".Rihanna promoted "California King Bed" with performances in Milan, Paris and Hamburg, because she was appointed ambassador for skincare.Rihanna opened the on May 22, 2011, performing the remix of "S&M" with Britney Spears at the in Las Vegas. The performance attracted complaints about the overt sexual nature of the broadcast on a publicly owned television channel.Rihanna performed on 's show on May 27, 2011 as part of a Summer Concert Series. She performed "S&M", "Only Girl (In the World)", "What's My Name?" and "California King Bed".

Tour[]

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Rihanna performing "What's My Name?" on the Loud Tour.

To further promote Loud, Rihanna embarked on her fourth concert tour, the Loud Tour, in June 2011, having announced it on February 9, 2011. The tour comprised 101 show dates, 32 in North America, 1 in Central America, 4 in South America and 64 in Europe. Tickets sold well in the United Kingdom and some additional shows were added. She performed ten shows at London's .Rihanna was interviewed by on American Idol, and talked about the design of the stage, stating: "We've just designed the stage and we have a section that we are building ... where the fans can actually be in the show and in the stage and be closer than they've ever been. It's real VIP." The North American leg of the tour began on June 4, 2011 in , . Originally, and were planned as supporting acts for the North American leg. However, Green left the tour, citing schedule conflicts. Rappers , and made guest appearances on some dates to perform their collaborations "What's My Name?", "", "All of the Lights" and "Umbrella", respectively. The tour was received positively by critics, with some calling it "Rihanna's best tour yet". Jane Stevenson of the commented that "the two-hour, larger-than-life show lived up to the billing." Jon Brean of the Minneapolis "" remarked, "The Barbadian singer is more visually and vocally dynamic than she has ever been before."

Critical reception[]

Loud received positive reviews from . At , which assigns a rating out of 100 given to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an score of 67, based on 22 reviews. of perceived a "hermetic, cool calculation" on the album, writing that it "works the pop gizmos as neatly as any album this year, maintaining the Rihanna brand".'s Leah Greenblatt commented that Loud shows Rihanna "undefeated by her worst circumstances — and finding redemption in exactly the kind of pop nirvana that made her famous in the first place". James Reed of called the album "an unabashed return to where Rihanna belongs: the dance floor" and stated: "As if liberating herself from the depths, she's a force on these 11 songs". Stacey Anderson of commended Rihanna's "full, healthy claim to her sexuality" and wrote that the album "offers a confident female ethos on par with the best of or ".

Genevieve Koski of commended Rihanna for elevating the album's generic sound, writing that she "does sound invigorated, delivering charismatic vocal performances of material that doesn’t always warrant them". Emily Mackay of felt that its "experiments feel more organic, its tone better paced" than Rated R. Thomas Conner of the wrote that "the celebratory atmosphere of Rihanna's sassy new jams are seasoned with some of the darker flavors from 'Rated R'".'s Ryan Dombal complimented the album's "effervescent pop" and stated: "Her laissez-faire attitude toward hit-making on Loud can result in too-safe moves or semi-experiments that come off surprisingly great". Ed Power of complimented its "unabashedly subtext-free" songs and found its hooks "way beyond addictive."

In a mixed review, Andy Kellman of found the album's material "slapdash" and "uneven", and called it "more an unfocused assortment of poor-to-solid songs than a unified set". Andy Gill of felt that "the more interesting tracks are those with less salacious demands on her vulnerability".'s Sal Cinquemani commended that "the subtle West Indian flavor with which Rihanna and company have smartly imbued" most of the album, although he noted some flaws in its production and wrote that "Rihanna has always had trouble fitting into one genre ... and for better or worse, Rihanna continues to stylistically branch out on Loud". Hugh Montgomery of commented that "sonically, it's fairly unremarkable ... but its strident buoyancy is difficult to resist".

"Only Girl (in the World)" won the at the and the album was nominated for three awards at the , including , and for "What's My Name?".

Commercial performance[]

Loud debuted at number three on the US chart, with first-week sales of 207,000 copies in the United States, giving Rihanna her highest first-week sales in the US at that time. It also debuted at number one on 's chart. In its second week, the album dropped to number six on the Billboard 200 and sold 141,000 copies. By its thirteenth week, the album returned to its peak at number three and sold 62,000 copies.[138] However, in its fourteenth week, the album dipped to number ten on the Billboard 200 with 45,000 copies sold. In its fifteenth week, Loud rose to number eight, selling an additional 33,000 copies in the US. By July 3, 2011, Loud was the eleventh-best selling album of 2011 in the United States, selling 598,000 copies between January 1, 2011 and July 3, 2011.Loud ranked as Billboard magazine's ninth-most successful album of 2011 on their year-end charts. As of March 2018, Loud was certified by the (RIAA), denoting shipments of three million album-equivalent units in the United States, including pure album sales of 1.8 million copies in the US as of June 2015.

Loud was also a commercial success outside of the United States. In Canada, it debuted at number one on the , selling 27,000 copies in its first week.Loud sold more than 80,000 units in Canada, achieving platinum status by the first week of December 2010. By September 8, 2011, Loud had sold more than 240,000 copies in Canada. In France, the album debuted at number three with first-week sales of 17,304 copies. By its sixth week on the French charts, Loud achieved platinum status, reaching the 100,000 copies mark. In France, the album has sold 355,000 copies as of April 2013. In its second week on the Australian Albums Chart, Loud was certified platinum for shipments of over 70,000 copies. In Italy, the album reached number eleven. It became Rihanna's highest charting album there until her sixth studio album (2011) surpassed the record. Loud was her third consecutive number-one album in Switzerland.Loud debuted at number two on the .

The album debuted at number two in the United Kingdom, with first week sales of 91,000 units. In its fifth week, the album sold 306,107 copies in the United Kingdom, giving the singer her first platinum-selling week in her career. In its seventh week on the chart, Loud reached number one, giving Rihanna her second UK number-one album. After seven weeks of sales, the album became the fourth best-selling album of 2010 in the UK. The album had sold 1,800,000 copies in the United Kingdom by September 4, 2011. By December 16, 2011, Loud was certified six-times platinum by the (BPI), marking shipments of 1.8 million copies to retailers. It was the biggest selling R&B album of 2011 in the UK. As of August 2012, Loud is the fifth biggest selling digital album of all time. As of March 2015, Loud is the 45th best-selling album of the millennium in the United Kingdom. As of November 2011, the album has sold over 8 million copies worldwide.

Track listing[]

12. "Only Girl (in the World)" (The Bimbo Jones Club) 7:17 12. "Only Girl (in the World)" (The Bimbo Jones Radio) 3:53 13. "Only Girl (in the World)" (CCW Radio Mix) 3:44 12. "Love the Way You Lie (Part II)" (Piano version) 4:09 13. "Only Girl (in the World)" (Music video) 4:15 14. "Only Girl (in the World)" (Mixin Marc & Tony Svejda Mix Show Edit) (Pre-order only) 6:25 12. "Only Girl (in the World)" (CCW Mix Show Edit) 5:55 13. "Only Girl (in the World)" (Music video) 4:15 1. "The Making of Loud: Chapter 1" 0:48 2. "The Making of Loud: Chapter 2 – Raining Men Recording Session" 1:32 3. "The Making of Loud: Chapter 3 – Man Down Recording Session" 1:40 4. "The Making of Loud: Chapter 4" 0:30 5. "The Making of Loud: Chapter 5 – Live in NYC – Madison Square Garden" 7:00 6. "The Making of Loud: Chapter 6 – Reb'l Fleur Photo Shoot" 3:30 7. "The Making of Loud: Chapter 7 – Loud Album Art Photo Shoot" 1:52 8. "The Making of Loud: Chapter 8 – Day One" 3:39 9. "The Making of Loud: Chapter 9 – Day Two" 2:48 10. "The Making of Loud: Chapter 10 – Credits" (includes making of "Only Girl (In the World)" video) 3:05

Notes

Release formats[]

Loud (Ultra Couture edition) [CD+DVD]

  • Deluxe cover art signed by Rihanna herself ()
  • Enhanced clear couture cover
  • Deluxe edition of Loud [CD+DVD]
  • "Making of Loud" video
  • 20 page full size photobook

Loud (Couture edition) [CD+DVD]

  • Deluxe cover art
  • Enhanced clear couture cover
  • Deluxe edition of Loud [CD+DVD]
  • "Making of Loud" video
  • 20 page full size photobook

Loud (Deluxe edition) [CD + DVD]

  • 11 track Loud album
  • Bonus DVD with the "Making of Loud" video
  • Packaged as a for the US and Australia
  • Packaged in standard internationally

iTunes version

  • 11 track Loud album
  • "Love the Way You Lie" (Piano version) (Bonus track)
  • "Only Girl (In the World)" (Music video) (Bonus track)
  • "Only Girl (In the World) (Mixin' Marc & Tony Svejda Mix Show Edit)" (Pre-order only) (Bonus track)
  • Digital Booklet

Personnel[]

Credits for Loud adapted from .

Musicians[]

  •  – vocals, art direction, creative director, design, executive producer
  • Stacy Barthe – background vocals
  •  – lead guitar
  • Alex Delicata – acoustic guitar, rhythm guitar
  •  – vocals
  • Eric England – bass
  • Tor Erik Hermansen – instrumentation
  •  – background vocals
  •  – background vocals
  • Theron Thomas – background vocals

Production[]

  • Camilla Akrans – photography
  •  – additional production, vocal producer
  • Leesa D. Brunson – A&R
  • Noel Cadastre – assistant vocal engineer
  • Bobby Campbell – assistant vocal engineer, mixing assistant
  • Ariel Chobaz – vocal recording
  • Cary Clark – engineer
  • Corey Shoemaker – engineer
  • Carol Corless – package production
  • Karin Darnell – make-up
  •  – producer, background vocals
  •  – engineer, instrumentation
  • Jesus Garnica – mixing assistant
  • Chris Gehringer – mastering
  • Brad Palmer – design, video director
  • Brian Palmer – video director, video producer
  • Josh Gudwin – vocal recording
  • Mariel Haenn – stylist
  • Alex Haldi – art direction, design
  • Inaam Haq – assistant vocal engineer
  •  – vocal producer, vocal recording
  • Koby Hass Assistant – vocal engineer
  • Jaycen Joshua – mixing
  • Brandon Joner – assistant vocal engineer
  • Terese Joseph – A&R
  • JP Robinson – art direction, design
  • Rob Katz – assistant vocal engineer
  •  – engineer, producer
  • Karen Kwak – A&R
  • Damien Lewis – assistant engineer, engineer
  • Dane Liska – assistant vocal engineer
  • Erik Madrid – mixing assistant
  • Deborah Mannis-Gardner – sample clearance
  • Scott Marcus – A&R
  • Manny Marroquin – mixing
  •  – engineer
  • Ben O'Neill – assistant engineer
  • Ciarra Pardo – art direction, creative director, design
  • Christian Plata – mixing assistant
  •  – producer
  •  – executive producer
  • Antonio Resendiz – assistant vocal engineer
  •  – vocal producer
  •  – executive producer
  • Chad "C Note" Roper – engineer
  •  – producer
  • Brad Shea – assistant vocal engineer
  •  – vocal recording
  •  – producer
  • Ursula Stephen – hair stylist
  • Jay Stevenson – engineer
  •  – producer
  • Mike Strange – vocal recording
  •  – executive producer
  • Phil Tan – mixing
  • Bu Thiam – A&R
  • Brian "B-Luv" Thomas – engineer
  • Marcos Tovar – mixing, vocal recording
  • Sandy Vee – engineer, instrumentation, mixing, producer
  • Jeff "Supa Jeff" Villanueva – engineer
  • Miles Walker – engineer
  • Kyle White Assistant – vocal engineer
  • Andrew Wuepper – engineer
  • Robert Zangardi – stylist
  • Dana Nielsen - engineer

Weekly charts[]

Year-end charts[]

Chart (2012) Position US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 46 Chart (2014) Position Swedish Albums Chart 85

Certifications[]

Release history[]

See also[]

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