"Birthday Cake" as written by Terius Nash, Robyn Rihanna Fenty, Marcos Enrique Palacios and Ernest Clark....
Come and put your name on it
Put your name on it
Come and put your name on it
Your name
Bet you wanna put your name on it
Put your name on it
Come and put your name on it
Ba-ba-baby, uh

It's not even my birthday
But he want to lick the icing off
I know you want it in the worst way
Can't wait to blow my candles out

He want that cake, cake,
Cake, cake, cake, cake, cake
Cake, cake, cake, cake, cake
Cake, cake, cake

Ooh baby, I like it
You so excited
Don't try to hide it
I'mma make you my bitch
Cake, cake, cake, cake
Cake, cake, cake, cake
Cake, cake, cake, cake
Cake, cake, cake

I know you wanna bite this
It's so enticin'
Nothin' else like this
I'mma make you my bitch

And it's not even my birthday
But you wanna put your name on it
And it's not even my birthday
And he tryna put his name on it
Ooh, I wanna fuck you right now
Just get up on my body


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"Birthday Cake" as written by Ernest Clark Marcos Palacios

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  • +1
    General CommentThank you Rihanna!!This song is sooo hott.Can't believe no one has commented on it yet.Makes me hot just listening to it.
    crombie27on February 04, 2012   Link
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    General CommentThis 78 second, steamy album interlude finds Rihanna getting downright filthy as she expresses her desire to have spontaneous sex. In case you haven't noticed the cake in question is not one you stick candles on, but a metaphor for a certain region of the female anatomy.


    The Bajan singer is not the first pop artist to indulge in some birthday-themed naughtiness, though Jeremih was more upfront with the title of his 2009 hit "Birthday Sex."


    The song was helmed by The-Dream together with Kosine and Tuo, who are the production/ writing team known collectively as Da Internz.


    A full length version of the song was released in 2012 featuring Chris Brown. The R&B singer-songwriter contributed two verses; one where he's singing and another where he's rapping. It was the first time that Rihanna had worked with her former boyfriend since he beat her up in the street after a pre-Grammys party three years previously.


    The-Dream recalled to Sway on MTV's RapFix Live getting the original call from Rihanna about the Chris Brown featuring remix while driving in Miami. "I think I'm gonna put Chris on it," he recalled the Bajan singer saying to him over the phone. "I don't know which Chris you talkin' about, [but] OK, cool, whatever you say," was The-Dream's response.

    The-Dream had to come to grips with the situation once he came to realisation that the Chris she was collaborating with was the one who assaulted Rihanna three years previously. "She's pretty smart too. The same questions that went through my mind, and I'm an artist also, had to have gone through hers," he told RapFix Live. "When she raised the question to me, I know she's not crazy. So my thought was you've been thinking about this, you've already thought it out, so evidently you know what reaction you gonna get."


    The remix was recorded and fine-tuned quickly, so it could be debuted on February 20, 2012, Rihanna's 24th birthday. "Within like the last week-and-a-half [it was recorded]," the-Dream disclosed to The Boombox. "It hasn't been that long. It's quick. We had just finished it that day on her birthday in London.


    The remix marks the first collaboration from the two singers since their collaboration on the remix to Rihanna's 2007 single "Umbrella".


    Rihanna spoke to Ryan Seacrest on his US radio station KIIS FM about why she collaborated with Chris Brown on the song's remix: "I reached out to him about doing 'Birthday Cake' because that's the only person that really made sense to do the record," she said. The singer added: "I thought about rappers, and I've done that so many times, and the hottest R&B artist out right now is Chris Brown. So I wanted him on the track. Just as a musician, despite everything else, that was going to be the person."


    Rihanna admitted that some of her filthiest lyrics on Talk That Talk were written while she was without a man. Speaking to The Sun she said that her feelings of frustration inspired her sauciest songs. RiRi said: "My last album Talk That Talk was true to where my head was at that moment, like all my albums. I was having a lot of naughty thoughts - because I wasn't getting any action. That came out in the music."
    musicrocks13on November 12, 2012   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThese lyrics are so deep. She is making a statement about her personality, her sexuality and her birthday. Yes. That is obvious.

    But the hints towards the sheer futility of life yet the beauty in it, religion, poverty and the desire of fame yet the lack of a genuine meaningful life is just superb.

    Well done, Rihanna. You have done our generation proud.
    KK1987on October 07, 2016   Link
  • -2
    My OpinionRhianna, as pretty and talented as you are, you have no brains!!!
    Either this woman is sick in the head or it's just some business arrangement between Chris Brown's people and her's.Even if it's strictly a publicity score for both of them, this is sad very sad.
    Both are shallow and irresponsible pop stars no less. This music should be discouraged as much as possible.
    sM319on February 22, 2012   Link
  • -5
    General CommentThis song is about Rihanna wanting to smear cake frosting on her black body so a boy can lick it off her, hint: bitch is a word to describe girls... you can't have a guy meeting your sexual needs, rihanna you are sick and ps. iv seen you without any makeup and you are butt ugly
    ClaireBear12on June 24, 2012   Link

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