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Home Music Rihanna debuts ‘Where Have You Been’ music video
Rihanna takes a cue from Hinduism in the music video for “Where Have You Been,” released Monday.
The video features nods to Hindu deities and exciting new choreography. Watch it below!
What did you think of the video?
At 3:30, the image of Rihanna with a bunch of arms is a reference to a Hindu deity. There are a couple other nods to the religion as well.
Yeah its called ‘classical dancing’ also included in Bollywood dances but I pretty sure that was all that was there. I got more of a egyptian feel to it though.
True, there was a middle eastern feel to it as well.
It’s an Indian religion.
Amazing video loved it.
In a cupboard, under some stairs :P
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