Rihanna: "I Make Music That I Would Like To Hear"

14 February 2012, 07:11

The 'We Found Love' singer says her success is down to the fact that she has her fans' best intentions at heart.

Rihanna has revealed that the key to her success is making music that she would ultimately like to listen to herself.

The 'You Da One' star was speaking to Ryan Seacrest for E! Online at the Grammy Awards 2012 on Sunday where she opened up about her acomplishments.

She confessed: "I have an instinct and I know what I like to hear. I love music and I feel like my fans just love good music.

"When I make music I always make something that I would love – if I don't love it chances are people won't love it either."

The Bajan star only managed to pick up one of the four awards she was nominated for at the ceremony and recently confessed how pleased she was to win and offered praise for Adele following the British stars huge triumph at the ceremony.

Meanwhile, RiRi will be heading to London's O2 Arena for next weeks BRIT Awards where she is rumoured to be joining Coldplay once again for a performance of 'Princess Of China' following their duet at this year's Grammys.

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