No. 1 Girl: Rihanna's Chart-Topping Singles

Rihanna gets her 14th No. 1! Work, RiRi!

Rihanna - Rock Star Award Honoree - She introduced us to Music of the Sun then she showed us that she could be a household name and got Loud. The reason she's rockstar is because we can never be ANTI Rihanna. (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)

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Fourteen-Deep - Just days after her 28th birthday, Rihanna has accrued her 14th #1 single. “Work” knocked baby Bieber off the #1 spot and officially makes Rihanna break the tie with Michael Jackson for most #1 singles on the Billboard 100. At this very moment, RiRi is only beat out by The Beatles and Mariah Carey herself. Go Ri-Ri! – Jon Reyes  (Photo: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)

"S.O.S." (2006) - Written and produced by J.R. Rotem, RiRi's first number one was the lead single for her second album, A Girl Like Me.(Photo: The Island Def Jam Music Group)

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"S.O.S." (2006) - Written and produced by J.R. Rotem, RiRi's first number one was the lead single for her second album, A Girl Like Me.(Photo: The Island Def Jam Music Group)

"Umbrella" (2007) - Recognized by many as Rihanna's biggest hit, this percussion-driven track featured then-Def Jam president Jay Z and was penned by Terius "The-Dream" Nash. (Photo: The Island Def Jam Music Group)

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"Umbrella" (2007) - Recognized by many as Rihanna's biggest hit, this percussion-driven track featured then-Def Jam president Jay Z and was penned by Terius "The-Dream" Nash. (Photo: The Island Def Jam Music Group)

?Take a Bow? (2008) - The fifth single from the album Good Girl Gone Bad, this ballad was certified 2x platinum by the RIAA.(Photo: 2008 The Island Def Jam Music Group)

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“Take a Bow” (2008) - The fifth single from the album Good Girl Gone Bad, this ballad was certified 2x platinum by the RIAA.(Photo: 2008 The Island Def Jam Music Group)

?Disturbia? (2008) - Ex-boyfriend Chris Brown co-wrote this smash for his then-boo. A dark Anthony Mandler video accompanied the gothic dance track.(Photo: The Island Def Jam Music Group)

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“Disturbia” (2008) - Ex-boyfriend Chris Brown co-wrote this smash for his then-boo. A dark Anthony Mandler video accompanied the gothic dance track.(Photo: The Island Def Jam Music Group)

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?Live Your Life? (2008) - Rihanna sang an unforgettable chorus on the inspirational track featured on T.I.?s platinum-selling album Paper Trail. The single jumped from 80 to No. 1 in its second week on the charts.(Photo: Grand Hustle)

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“Live Your Life” (2008) - Rihanna sang an unforgettable chorus on the inspirational track featured on T.I.’s platinum-selling album Paper Trail. The single jumped from 80 to No. 1 in its second week on the charts.(Photo: Grand Hustle)

?Rude Boy? (2010) - This provocative dancehall jam was an international smash which was certified 2x platinum in the U.S. and Australia.(Photo: The Island Def Jam Music Group)

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“Rude Boy” (2010) - This provocative dancehall jam was an international smash which was certified 2x platinum in the U.S. and Australia.(Photo: The Island Def Jam Music Group)

?Love The Way You Lie? (2010) - Rihanna helped Eminem's return to the top of the charts by singing a moving chorus on the second single from Em?s album Recovery.(Photo: Aftermath Records)

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“Love The Way You Lie” (2010) - Rihanna helped Eminem's return to the top of the charts by singing a moving chorus on the second single from Em’s album Recovery.(Photo: Aftermath Records)

?What?s My Name? (2010) - Rihanna and Drake rode their sizzling chemistry to the top of the charts with this sexy smash, which was released in October 2010 on her fifth album, Loud.(Photo: The Island Def Jam Music Group)

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“What’s My Name” (2010) - Rihanna and Drake rode their sizzling chemistry to the top of the charts with this sexy smash, which was released in October 2010 on her fifth album, Loud.(Photo: The Island Def Jam Music Group)

?Only Girl (In the World)? (2010) - The Stargate-produced Euro-pop dance track was the lead single from Rihanna's fifth album, Loud.(Photo: The Island Def Jam Music Group)

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“Only Girl (In the World)” (2010) - The Stargate-produced Euro-pop dance track was the lead single from Rihanna's fifth album, Loud.(Photo: The Island Def Jam Music Group)

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?S&M? (2011) - Penned by Ester Dean, this sexy song was a smash in the U.K. before crossing the pond to the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 charts.(Photo: The Island Def Jam Music Group)

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“S&M” (2011) - Penned by Ester Dean, this sexy song was a smash in the U.K. before crossing the pond to the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 charts.(Photo: The Island Def Jam Music Group)

"We Found Love" (2011) - Rih Rih collaborated with Calvin Harris for this club phenom off her sixth release, Talk That Talk. This inescapable, fist-pumping house song was accompanied by an exhilarating video depicting a torturous ramble between Rihanna and a blond beau.  (Photo: The Island Def Jam Music Group)

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"We Found Love" (2011) - Rih Rih collaborated with Calvin Harris for this club phenom off her sixth release, Talk That Talk. This inescapable, fist-pumping house song was accompanied by an exhilarating video depicting a torturous ramble between Rihanna and a blond beau.  (Photo: The Island Def Jam Music Group)

"Diamonds" (2012)

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"Diamonds" (2012) - Rihanna's chart-topper from Unapologetic featured some of the Bajan queen's most full-throated, impassioned vocals over a thumping piano-driven beat from Swedish production team Stargate. (Photo: Simone Joyner/Getty Images)

"The Monster" (2013)

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"The Monster" (2013) - Eminem knew who to call when he doubled back with Rihanna for another No. 1 chart topper from his eighth album, The Marshall Mathers LP2. (Photo: Interscope)

"Work" (2016) - The first official single from Rihanna?s eighth studio album co-produced by Boi-1da and featuring Drake, makes it her 14th No. 1. (Photo: Roc Nation)

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"Work" (2016) - The first official single from Rihanna’s eighth studio album co-produced by Boi-1da and featuring Drake, makes it her 14th No. 1. (Photo: Roc Nation)