Demolition is the name of the game when Jason Cameron surprises homeowners with a "Sledgehammer" and permission to trash their most hated rooms in the house. Then, he and his crew clean up the rubble and transform them into the spaces the owners always dreamed of. The catch? They have to completely demo one room before they move onto the next, so where they start is the most important decision of the day.

Sledgehammer - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2014-08-06

Sledgehammer - Sledgehammer (Rihanna song) - Netflix

“Sledgehammer” is a song recorded by Barbadian singer Rihanna. It was released on June 27, 2016 as a single to promote Star Trek Beyond. It plays during the film's closing credits but is not included on the film's soundtrack. The song was written by Sia Furler (Sia), Robyn Fenty (Rihanna) and Jesse Shatkin. A music video for the song was released on June 30, 2016, and shows Rihanna performing magical acts on a foreign planet. The video was shot entirely on IMAX cameras.

Sledgehammer - Background and release - Netflix

On June 26, 2016, Rihanna hinted that she would release a new song, stating on Instagram, “Got something for y'all tomorrow”. Over two years prior, Rihanna tweeted, “You're just another brick and I'm a sledgehammer”, hinting that she had been working on the song since 2014. The song was written collaboratively by Rihanna, Sia Furler and Jesse Shatkin. Rihanna and Sia had previously worked together on her 2012 song, “Diamonds”. A new trailer for Star Trek Beyond featuring “Sledgehammer”, was released on June 27, 2016, the same day that the song was released. Rihanna subsequently said that she had been a fan of the Star Trek franchise since she was a child, after being introduced to it by her father. She explained that “This is something that's been a part of me since my childhood, it's never left me, I love Star Trek. It was automatic. I would do anything in terms of music. It's such a big deal not only as a fan, as a musician... because Star Trek is such a big deal across the globe.”

Sledgehammer - References - Netflix