R&B sensation Rihanna only arrived on the music scene in 2005 but thanks to a hugely prolific work rate and knack for producing hook-laden pop hits, she’s already officially become one of the biggest-selling artists of all time. Rihanna tickets are also red hot as her star grows brighter with each album. Born Robyn Rihanna Fenty in Saint Michael, Barbados in 1988, she first began singing aged seven and after teaming up with producers Sturken and Rogers, signed a six-album deal with Def Jam in 2003. Following a guest appearance on Memphis Bleek’s 534, she scored a No.2 single with “Pon De Replay” and sold two million copies of her 2005 debut album, Music Of The Sun. Less than nine months later, she released her second album, A Girl Like Me, reaching No.1 with its lead single, “S.O.S.,” whilst following a support slot on Jay-Z’s Rock Tha Block tour, fans got their chance to buy Rihanna tickets for her first series of headline shows. 2007’s Good Girl Gone Bad elevated her to superstar status thanks to “Umbrella,” a ten-week No.1 in the UK, and a string of massive hit singles including “Shut Up & Drive,” Ne-Yo duet “Hate That I Love You” and “Don’t Stop The Music.” After embarking on her first world tour, she released a Reloaded edition featuring “Take A Bow” and “Disturbia,” picked up her first Grammy Award and guested on T.I.’s “Live Your Life.” In 2009, she was assaulted by her then-boyfriend Chris Brown on the eve of the Grammy Awards, an event which inspired the much darker Rated R and its lead single, “Russian Roulette,” in particular. Rihanna tickets for her The Last Girl on Earth tour then grossed over $40m, while Eminem duet “Love The Way You Lie” was later confirmed as the biggest-selling track of her career before 2010’s Loud became the only album to spawn a No.1 with its second single (“What’s My Name”) before its first (“Only Girl In The World”). Her subsequent 2011 tour saw her sell out a record-breaking ten nights at London’s 02 Arena, whilst later that year she spent ten weeks atop the Billboard charts with “We Found Love” and became the first female artist to win Video of the Year at the MTV Video Music Awards twice. In 2012, she collaborated with Drake and Coldplay, made her big-screen debut in Battleship and equalled Madonna & The Supremes’ tally of twelve US No.1 singles with “Diamonds.” Following a high-profile 777 promo tour in support of her first Billboard chart-topping album, Unapologetic, she released Rihanna tickets for a 2013 world tour.