A pop superstar with a beautiful voice and a face to match, Rihanna was discovered in her native Barbados when she was just 15. She'd been singing practically from birth, and the young musician often formed musical groups with other girls at school. Rihanna was harmonizing with some friends when her vocal stylings were overheard by producer Evan Rogers while he was on vacation with his wife. Rogers was positive the girl had star potential, and this soon led the young artist to move to the States, where she recorded a demo with Rogers and soon scored a record deal with Def Jam. She released her debut album, Music of the Sun, in 2005, and soon became a major fixture in the pop music world, with regular rotation on radio and MTV. Her second album, A Girl Like Me, came in 2006, and a third, Good Girl Gone Bad, came in 2007. All proved to be major hits, both critically and commercially, and Rihanna soon found that she'd become a bonafide star and an icon of music, fashion, and media. She was splashed across the tabloid after being involved in a violent domestic incident with her then boyfriend Chris Brown the day of the Grammy awards in 2009. Three years later she would make her acting debut in the special effect action film Battleship. Rihanna continued acting; she landed cameo roles in This Is The End and Annie in 2014 before voicing the lead in the animated film Home in 2015.