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Rihanna vs. Tiara Thomas: Who is better at being ‘Bad’?


Music’s favorite bad girl, Rihanna, recently teamed up with Wale to lay vocals on a remix for his hit “Bad.” The song delves into the notion of being strongly attracted to someone who is obviously bad for you.

Rihanna and Wale trade bars with each other in the first verse. “Bad girls ain’t no good, and the good girls ain’t no fun,” Wale raps before Rihanna breaks in and says, “And the bad girls want a real n—a.”

Rihanna’s presence will indeed add life to the single that has climbed the charts since its release.

On the same day the remix was released, Tiara Thomas, the original singer and writer of “Bad,” was signed to Interscope Records under Rico Love’s Division 1 imprint.

But before Tiara caught Wale’s attention, she released her version of “Bad” which is an entire song.

Rihanna or Tiara: which artist is better at being “Bad.”

Click continue to listen to both.

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  1. Izzy on June 29, 2013 at 5:50 am

    Tiara adds so much more soul to the song. Rihanna cannot sing to save her life.

  2. Amber on August 20, 2013 at 10:26 am

    t t


  3. MSCFBeeches on August 21, 2013 at 11:22 am

    The remix? “Hated-it!!!” Tiara’s voice on the original is amazing. Sounded like Rih tried to mimic it instead of her own flavor. Was really disappointed about that.


  4. Liannet Garcia on January 14, 2014 at 10:53 pm

    Rihanna is better