Artist Robyn Rihanna Fenty was conceived on February 20, 1988, in St. Michael Parish on the Caribbean island of Barbados. She is the oldest of three youngsters destined to Monica Fenty, a bookkeeper, and Ronald Fenty, a stockroom chief. Rihanna's adolescence was defaced by her dad's battles with addictions to liquor and rocks and her folks' conjugal issues — they separated from when she was 14 years of age.
Rihanna likewise battled with devastating cerebral pains for quite a while during her youth, a condition she endeavored to escape her companions and schoolmates so they would not think she was unusual. "I never communicated how I felt," she recalled. "I generally kept it in. I would go to class ... you could never know there was some kind of problem with me."
Move to the United States
As an adolescent, Rihanna went to singing as a discharge from her difficulties at home. She shaped a young lady bunch with two schoolmates; when they were 15 years of age, they scored a tryout with music maker Evan Rodgers, who was visiting the island with his Barbadian spouse. Rogers was awed by the intelligently lovely and gifted Rihanna, to the shocking impairment of her two companions. "The moment Rihanna strolled into the room, it resembled the other two young ladies didn't exist," he conceded.
Not exactly a year later, when Rihanna was just 16 years of age, she left Barbados to move in with Rogers and his better half in Connecticut and work on recording a demo collection. "At the point when I left Barbados, I didn't think back," Rihanna reviewed. "I needed to do what I needed to do, regardless of whether it implied moving to America."