Rihanna Wishes Herself a 'Happy #ANTIversary' With Throwback Pics

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Rihanna at Rihanna's 8th album artwork reveal for "ANTI" at MAMA Gallery on Oct. 7, 2015 in Los Angeles.

And a video dedicated to her beloved Navy for their support.

It's been five years since Rihanna dropped her Anti album and on Friday (Jan. 29) she celebrated with some throwback pics. The singer wished herself a "happy #ANTIversary" in a post that included provocative snaps from the period, including several in which she wears nothing but fishnet stockings and a molded breastplate.

She also thanked her Navy for their die-hard dedication in a 30-second video that runs down some of the mega-accomplishments she achieved with her eighth studio album, which hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200 album chart, racked up 15+ billion streams worldwide and sold more than 11 million copies globally, with 32.5 million in sales for the smash single "Work," 17+ million for "Needed Me," 15 million for "Love on the Brain," more than 5.5 million units moved of "Kiss It Better" and 4.5 for "Sex With Me."

RihRih's long-awaited follow-up to 2012's Unapologetic has ended up on a lot of lists of the best albums of the 2010s, including Billboard's, where it finished No. 7. The singer, who made a habit of releasing a new album every year or two for the first seven years of her career, has not dropped a new full-length since Anti.

Check out the pics and the video below.