Rihanna returns to music with Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Rihanna fans all over the world can rejoice as she’s making a comeback!

It’s been six years since Rihanna has released a new track or album. Honestly it’s understandable because in these six years she has managed to launch a lingerie brand, a high end makeup and skin care brand and also became a billionaire along with having a baby boy with ASAP Rocky.

Well for all the fans eagerly waiting for the popstar to make new music, hold your horses for just a while more because Rihanna is coming with new music by the end of this week!

After six long years, Rihanna will be releasing a new solo called “Lift me up” which is the OST for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. The song is set to release tomorrow on 28th October, Friday.

Her last solo released was ‘Love on the brain’ in 2016.

In collaboration with Roc Nation, Def Jam Recordings, and Hollywood Records, Rihanna is releasing the new single on her Westbury Road label. According to sources, the song would pay homage to the late actor Chadwick Boseman, who portrayed the series’ title character in the film’s first part.

The song’s lead vocalist, who is also known for the songs “Diamonds” and “Umbrella,” shared a brief taste of the new music on her Twitter.

A video clip of the sparkling “Wakanda Forever” emblem changing into the Rihanna “R” logo was also released by the movie studio. The not so subtle suggestion was quickly picked up on by Rihanna’s devoted admirers. The teaser quickly gained popularity on social media.

Recently, Rihanna was spotted at the world premiere of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

The announcement was made just a few weeks after the NFL revealed that pop sensation Rihanna would headline the prestigious Super Bowl halftime performance in February.

The forthcoming fourth episode of her Savage x Fenty fashion show for Prime Video will also feature the “Unfaithful” star.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will be releasing worldwide on 11th November 2022.

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