While Drake and James Fauntleroy fawn over Beyoncé and the girls that love her, producer and emcee MeLo-X has his eye on a different pop goddess. The Brooklyn native's new remix release is entitled "Girls Love Rihanna" and flips Drake's latest single while infusing a hint or two of Rihanna's hits "Diamonds" and "Pour It Up." Along with highlighting his very own production finesse, MeLo-X manages to extract the depressing lyrical content that comes with a Drake song and bring a bit more edge with his rendition. While a Rihanna vocal is far from interesting and I do enjoy James Fauntleroy's take on Destiny's Child's "Say My Name" heard on "Girls Love Beyoncé," I'm going to have to go with MeLo-X this time around. Fortunately, he already has much more to offer as he recently released GOD:LoFi, an EP showcasing his lyrical mastery. After you finish listening to "Girls Love Rihanna" and showering the undeserving Bajan princess with admiration, head over to MeLo-X's website to download a free copy of GOD:LoFi.