Rihanna Frees The Nipple—For Art—In NSFW Topless New Video

Rihanna Frees The Nipple—For Art—In NSFW Topless New Video

Rihanna is freeing the nipple—once again—but this time it's all in the name of art.

This time, she's baring all for her new, totally topless, video, Kiss it Better—and not surprisingly, it makes for decidedly NSFW viewing.

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But don't get your panties in a twist folks—because, like we said, it isn't just gratuitous nudity, it's all in the name of art.

Director, Craig Dean, talked to The Fader, about the artistic influences behind the video.

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Dean, a photographer and filmmaker, explains he—and creative partner, Masha Vayukova—drew from surrealism and dadaism to create the beautiful black and white dreamy masterpiece.

The T cover film was shot in 45 minutes with one light, and a handheld camera. Kiss it Better was shot in L.A. four months later over a very long night.
That said, the music video was based off some of the same ideas, which come from surrealism and dadaism.
It all comes from you as a person, your inner inspiration and ideas you've had inside for a lifetime.

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He went on to explain the significance of the dice within the video—which you may have noticed if you weren't just fixated on how damn gorgeous and flawless RiRi looks throughout.

Me and Masha watch the same kind of films, we look at a lot of books and art and it all merges together on the set, which is a great playground for visual experiments. Sometimes it's all about combining things that might not make any sense, [like] subconsciousness and dreams.
Dice is such a graphic and surrealistic object so it came into play.

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According to Media Take Out, the video is being touted, within Rihanna's camp, as the first pop R-rated music video, and an insider says RiRi is hoping the vid will stick it to the grand dame of R-rated.

Rihanna is looking to change the game—take things one step further than where Madonna took things.

Good luck with that Rihanna.

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