Rihanna releases song for first time in 6 years

Singer Rihanna

Singer Rihanna

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Popular singer with Barbadian roots Rihanna released the first song since 2016. Track published on the artist’s official YouTube channel.

The song “Lift Me Up” in memory of actor Chadwick Boseman was released as the soundtrack to the movie Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, which will premiere on November 11. This is Rihanna’s first solo song to be released in six years. The singer worked on it with Nigerian singer Tems, as well as composer Ludwig Göransson and Black Panther director Ryan Coogler.

It is noted that Rihanna recorded the last Sledgehammer track for the film “Star Trek: Infinity” back in 2016. In 2017, the singer also released collaborations with Future (Selfish), NERD (Lemon), DJ Khaled (Wild Thoughts), Kendrick Lamar (Loyalty) and PartyNextDoor (Believe It).

Rihanna’s latest album Anti was released in 2016. After its release, Rihanna decided to put her solo music career on hold and devote herself to business. She founded a beauty brand in 2017 and later launched a lingerie line. At the end of 2018, the eight-time Grammy winner was included in the ranking of the highest paid singers in the world according to Forbes magazine. In May 2022, the performer a son was born from a rapper A$AP Rocky.

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