Rihanna is known for her cheeky Instagram snaps, and now, with the help of Metro International, she’s teasing her fans with the release of her eighth studio album.
While the exact drop date is RiRi’s own little secret, the singer has teamed with us for an exclusive global competition pegged to her much-anticipated upcoming record.
Together, we are offering you the chance to win a trip for two to see Rihanna live in concert in Philadelphia later this year with a slew of other goodies, like two nights in a hotel. You might say it has star quality written all over it.
In honor of Earth Day, Metro sat down with former Mayor Michael Bloomberg to talk about climate change. Bloomberg serves as the UN Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Cities and Climate Change, and is part of a group of business and policy leaders who have commissioned studies to help businesses prepare for rising tides and unexpected droughts, called the Risky Business Project.
Read more on Metro.us.
On February 13, 1995, Metro launched its first ever free newspaper edition in Stockholm. Twenty years on, the newspaper has expanded across the globe to become the world’s largest global newspaper with over 20 million readers.
Sakari Pitkänen, a former long-time employee of Metro, who since the mid-1990s served as editor of Metro Stockholm and then global editor-in-chief of Metro International, tells us the success story of the worldwide media group.
Read the full interview on metro.us