As Rivera told , "I wrote the song at the beginning of the summer along with some other songs." On the timing of the release, she said, "this song just felt like a really good end-of-summer song." She made the decision to collaborate with her then-beau because "it just felt like Sean's swag and his vibe would just really fit this well, and I was right." The track's sexually explicit lyric video reportedly drew inspiration from Robin Thicke's equally NSFW "Blurred Lines" video.
Rivera said that was intentional, telling , "It took a long time to figure out where I wanted to go musically." That LP was later put on a permanent pause.
announced that Rivera had inked a deal with Columbia Records.
Her highly anticipated first single, a collaborative effort with rapper and then-fiancé Big Sean titled "Sorry," premiered two years later in September 2013.
Having someone else to look out for other than myself is a really beautiful thing, it gives you a whole new dimension of joy, and elevates your life in so many ways." While being a mom keeps Rivera super busy, she has openly shared this aspect of her life with fans on social media.Naturally, when the show came to its (tumultuous and arguably overdue) end in 2015, it seemed like she was someone to watch.However, despite diversifying her resume in the entertainment industry, it's been a while since Rivera's professional life dominated headlines. Let's answer the question on everyone's minds: why won't Hollywood cast Naya Rivera anymore?She impressed as host of the GLAAD Media Awards in 2011 and again in 2012, when she co-hosted the evening with her co-star, the late Cory Monteith.The two encouraged a bidding war in a kiss-off to raise money for the foundation.