"Good Girl Gone Bad" Norwegian songwriter meets Rihanna
A 31-year-old Norwegian woman is responsible for Rihanna’s hit song “Good Girl Gone Bad,” and finally met the star at Sunday’s concert in Oslo.
“I was at Rihanna’s concert in Oslo on Sunday. After the concert I met her for the first time face to face. And when I told her who I was, she hugged me and said thank you,” wrote Lene Marlin on her Facebook page.
“I started laughing and said thank you to her! It is I who should thank her, and not vice versa. To see my name on the cover of the Rihanna album “Good Girl Gone Bad” was definitely not the worst feeling in the world,” she wrote.
The album “Good Girl Gone Bad” was released in 2007. Lene Marlin wrote the title track to the album together with the Norwegian star producers Tor Erik Hermansen and Mikkel Eriksen Mikkel, who together make up the song-writing company Stargate.
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