What parents need to know
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that "Where Have You Been" is one of Rihanna's cleaner tracks -- featuring few lyrics overall and only a couple of ambiguously steamy lines. With no other mature content or profanity, the tune is among the better choices for younger kids who love the R&B singer's music.
What's the story?
Talk That Talk, the sixth full-length album from R&B singing sensation Rihanna, has (so far) produced a remarkable five hit singles -- including "WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN." Produced by big-name pop producers Dr. Luke and Calvin Harris, the track's lyrics are largely repetitive and mostly clean, revolving around a girl who finds the right guy and then poses the rhetorical question "Where have you been all my life?"
Is it any good?
Often compared to another danceable hit single, "We Found Love," from the same album, "Where Have You Been" has an infectious, dance-infused sound that makes it a shoo-in for club rotation. RiRi's strong vocal performance helps make the tune among the record's more memorable.