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  • Rihanna sings on this Tricky Stewart and Ester Dean penned electro-ballad about her playful relationship with her lover.
  • Rihanna explained to MTV News that the song is easily relatable to both sexes, even if she's singing about a boyfriend who's hard to read. "That song, it's not a sex thing," she explained. "It's not like only women can sing this song or only women can relate to this song, 'cause it's an individual thing and sometimes, sometimes, men are just too complicated and then again, men can find women complicated. But it all depends on the individual. Because not all women think love is complicated and not all men think that, but there are some women and some men who strongly believe that love is just too complicated."
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