Rihanna’s Music Comeback

Written By: Kayla Rogan

(CTV News)

Rihanna is making a musical comeback after six years! This superstar is well-known for her world-renowned music and incredible voice. She rose to fame in the early twenty-first century after catching attention from an American record producer. She immediately gained millions of fans and an international audience as a result of her dedication to her developing music career. “Pon de Replay,” her debut single, charted successfully worldwide, landing in the top five in fifteen countries, including the US Billboard Hot 100 list and the UK Singles Chart.

Other well-known songs by Rihanna include “Umbrella,” “Diamonds,” “Take a Bow,” “Dancing in the Dark,” “Stay,” “Love on the Brain,” and many more. She has undeniably taken her music profession very seriously, which has contributed to her success. Throughout her career, she has received numerous music honors, including an MTV Music Award, an MTV Music Video Award, an American Music Award, and a Grammy.

Rihanna has been heavily active in the beauty and fashion industries in recent years, which has left her fans concerned that there would be no new releases from her. Surprisingly, and in light of this, Rihanna’s career has officially returned. Her first solo album in six years was released just last month. Her song “Lift Me Up” appears on the soundtrack of the new Marvel film sequel Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, which was released in theaters on November 11th. The song is very touching, displays the strength of Rihanna’s vocals, and has an overall encouraging message. According to Forbes magazine, this song was written as a tribute to Chadwick Boseman, the Black Panther star who passed away in 2020. 

Furthermore, Rihanna has been announced as the 2023 Super Bowl Half-Time Show headliner, implying that she may be releasing new music in anticipation for the performance.

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