Glam Rihanna parties up a storm as she attends concert in her native Barbados... days after street the star grew up on is renamed in her honour
On Thursday, she celebrated her home country of Barbados' 51st Independence Day in ultimate style, a day after the street she grew up on was renamed in her honour.
And Rihanna kept the party going on Saturday night, when she was joined by a host of close pals as she attended the Hennessy Artistry Show, held at the Kensington Oval in the island's capital city of Bridgetown.
Looking typically glamorous in a blue ensemble with glittering gold embellishments, the 29-year-old singer appeared to be in decidedly jovial spirits as she got into the party spirit - snapping selfies, posing for selfies and dancing the night away.
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Party! Rihanna was spotted partying up a storm as she attended the Hennessy Artistry Show, held at the Kensington Oval in the island's capital city of Bridgetown on Saturday night
While she wasn't taking to the stage to perform, Rihanna still turned heads, with her voluminous raven tresses falling beyond her shoulders, while she accessorised with an array of glittering jewellery and a stylish patterned handbag.
The singer enjoyed a prime spot in the audience as she watched performances by Jamaican stars?Beres Hammond, Sizzla and Mavado; Canadian rapper?Tory Lanez, and local artists Lil Rick,?Nikita and?Fadda Fox.
Days earlier, the star had all eyes were on her as she attended the official ceremony to unveil the newly-named Rihanna Drive in Bridgetown.
Picture perfect: Looking typically glamorous in a blue ensemble with glittering gold embellishments, the star was spotted snapping selfies amid dancing the night away
Chatting away: She was seen chatting with a pal as she made the most of the annual concert
The Grammy-winning singer looked incredible as in a bold canary yellow shirt-style mini-dress from Hellessy, which hung off her shoulders to showcase her decolletage.?
The Shut Up And Drive hitmaker complemented her thigh-skimming number with matching stiletto heels and a tiny purse.?
Huge gold hoops, several necklaces and spangly bracelets added a bling factor to Rihanna's look as she?joined Prime Minister Freundel Stuart at the two-hour ceremony.?
In spite of the rain, Rihanna seemed in high spirits as she attended the ceremony, smiling and waving to fans as she strolled through the streets of her hometown.?
Happy day! The star ensured all eyes were on her as she attended a ceremony to unveil the newly-named Rihanna Drive in Bridgetown on Thursday
?Mellow yellow: The Grammy-winning singer, 29, turned heads in a bold canary yellow shirt-style mini-dress from Hellessy, which hung off her shoulders to showcase her decolletage
Talented: The Shut Up And Drive hitmaker?joined Prime Minister Freundel Stuart at the two-hour ceremony in her childhood hometown?
Brighten up your style in a yellow shirt dress like Rihanna
It was a good day for Rihanna when she attended a street renaming ceremony in her honor in her native Barbados. And although it rained during the event, the Bad Gal looked sunny and bright in an all yellow ensemble.
She teamed her Hellessy shirt dress with a pair of Manolo Blahnik mules and a mini Jacquemus top handle bag.
Hellessy is a New York based up-and-coming brand that counts Gwyneth Paltrow and Beyonce as fans. This particular frock hails from the Spring 2018 collection and features an off-shoulder silhouette and wrap waist.
It's not yet available online so in the meantime check out what else the label has to offer at Shopbop (click right). Then get a lookalike style from the gallery below.
The songstress also shared a snap of the sign itself on Instagram on Thursday.
In the image, the new hardware can be seen attached to a wooden post, along with the caption 'on any block.'?
The Work hitmaker grew up on Westbury New Road in the Caribbean island's capital Bridgetown, and last month officials decided to change the name of the avenue to honor the local 'superstar'.?
The statement read: 'The Government of Barbados will on Independence Day, Thursday 30th November, 2017 officially change the name of Westbury New Road located in St. Michael to Rihanna Drive in honor of Barbadian superstar Ms. Robyn Rihanna Fenty who grew up in Westbury New Road.'?
Thrilled: The star seemed to be moved by the significance of the moment?
For posterity!?The songstress also shared a snap of the sign itself on Instagram on Thursday
Role model: A smiling Rihanna pictured with excited children at her street naming ceremony
Making it official! The star was given an embossed commemoration of the street naming
Cheers! The pop superstar sat front and centre at the event, as it went on into the evening
Rihanna is fiercely proud of her Bajan heritage and has kept strong links with the island, regularly traveling back to see friends and family and attend the annual Kadooment Day street party.
The musician was discovered in Barbados back in 2003 by music producer Evan Rogers and moved to New York City in 2005 when she signed a record deal with Def Jam after auditioning for Jay-Z and L.A. Reid.??
Rihanna went on to become the first-ever Barbadian to win a Grammy and owns a $22million property on the island's exclusive One Sandy Lane resort.
In December 2016, the songstress joined forces with Prince Harry during his 15-day tour of the Caribbean.??
Standing ovation! The singer got to her feet at one point during the ceremony
Bajan babe: Rihanna is fiercely proud of her Bajan heritage and has kept strong links with the island, regularly traveling back to see friends and family
As well as teaming up for a series of celebratory events to mark the country's 50th anniversary of independence, the pair both volunteered for HIV tests to highlight World Aids Day.?
In 2012, the singer said growing up in Barbados gave her 'a thick skin' because she was 'teased about being biracial' while she was at school.?
Speaking in an interview with ITV, she explained: 'A lot of the reason why I am the way that I am and my character has a lot to do with my culture.?
'It really helped to have a thick skin coming from Barbados. I definitely had to learn fast how to ignore things or not let it bother me.?
Fan love! Rihanna was swamped by excited fans as she made her way through the town
Inked up! Her bold dress of choice allowed the star to show off her array of intricate tattoos
What an achievement! Rihanna looked overwhelmed by the plaque ?in her name
'From the time I was very young, I was teased about being biracial. That was one of the first things I dealt with, then it went on throughout high school.?
'If it wasn't one thing it was the other thing. In my home, a lot of the things I saw helped prepare me for this world.'
Rihanna - who is now in a relationship with Saudi billionaire Hassan Jameel - is believed to have a net worth of $230 million as of April 2017.
The star has amassed eight Grammys throughout her career and is one of the best-selling artists of all time, bagging fourteen number-one singles on the Billboard Hot 100.
Making it officia! She cut the ribbon to mark the renaming of Westbury Road to Rihanna drive
Coordinating! Rihanna matched her shoes and mini clutch to her bold dress
Celebrate! As well as teaming up for a series of celebratory events to mark the country's 50th anniversary of independence, the pair volunteered for HIV tests to highlight World Aids Day
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