Rihanna released a new song after almost seven years


Almost seven years after her last album, Anti, and more than five years since she was a regular on the pop charts, Rihanna has finally unveiled a new song.

The song “Lift Me Up” is announced as a tribute to the late actor Chadwick Boseman, who played the lead role in the first part of the film “Black Panther” before dying of cancer in 2020.

The authors of the song are Thames (one of the biggest pop stars to emerge in Africa in recent years), Ludwig Goransson (producer and composer who won an Oscar for his first score for “Black Panther”), Ryan Coogler (who directed both films “Black Panther” ) and Rihanna.

The first part of the 2018 film Black Panther was also quite notable for its soundtrack, a star-studded compilation. The sequel, “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,” is also getting a big musical boost, led by “Lift Me Up,” Rihanna’s new single released today.

Last month, it was revealed that Rihanna would star at the Super Bowl halftime show, sparking speculation about new music and a potential tour in 2023.

Artists often use the halftime show as a kind of advertisement for upcoming concerts.

The singer released her last album “Anti” in 2016, after which she decided to take a break from recording songs and devoted herself to working on a makeup and underwear collection.


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