If you’re already at work this morning, you’re probably missing out on watching the new Rihanna video for her single “BBHMM.” The seven-minute music video dropped this morning, July 2, but in case you hadn’t heard, it’s very NSFW and leaving a lot of us in the dark.
Even though we’re missing out on the new song right now, there’s no shortage of Rihanna videos that you actually could have on your screen at work when your boss walks by. The star just became the first artist to sell 100 million singles in American music history, and many of those songs have resulted in memorable--and harmless--music videos.
Here are five SFW Rihanna tunes to get you through the work day before this holiday weekend:
Four Five Seconds feat. Paul McCartney and Kanye West (2015)
Rihanna’s collaboration with Beatles legend Paul McCartney and rapper Kanye West was all the rage around the time of the GRAMMYs this year. The unlikely trio also performed the track live at the music award show’s 2015 ceremony.
The music video for Rihanna’s powerful track “Diamonds” is beautifully shot, alternating between striking colors and stunning black and white.
What’s My Name? feat. Drake (2010)
This Rihanna video co-stars Canadian rap star and on-and-off boyfriend Drake in some playful back-and-forth banter.
Don’t Stop the Music (2007)
This video for this early Rihanna dance track is appropriately set in a nightclub, with plenty of lighthearted dancing that fits the song’s sample of Michael Jackson.
Pon de Replay (2005)
“Pon de Replay” was the first single of this star’s career, and also marked the first official Rihanna video. Like “Don’t Stop the Music,” this video was also set in a club, which was fitting, since the track hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Dance Club Songs chart.