Rihanna has become a sensation in the industry due to the efforts she invests in her profession. Rihanna is set to headline the Super Bowl halftime show in February, next year. Even though the R&B/Pop icon Rihanna hasn’t put out a full-length album since 2016’s Anti, she continues to be one of the most talked-about musicians in the world.
AllHipHop recently reported that the absence of new Rihanna music may soon come to an end. According to the website, Riri may have recorded two brand-new songs for the soundtrack of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. On November 11th, 2022, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will hit theaters.
Fans will hear those tracks in less than a month if Rihanna did contribute music for the upcoming film. In February 2018, the first Black Panther movie was released. Black Panther: The Album, which includes Kendrick Lamar’s Oscar-nominated collaboration with SZA, “All the Stars,” was put together by the hip-hop superstar.
In the past, Rihanna has contributed music to film soundtracks. The Barbadian vocalist’s songs “Towards the Sun,” “As Real as You and Me,” and “Dancing in the Dark” were featured in the 2015 animated film Home. The following year, Anti appeared on DSPs. The eighth studio album by Rihanna has spent more than 300 weeks in total on the Billboard 200 after spending two weeks at the top of the chart.
The RIAA awarded Anti a 3x-Platinum plaque as well. In 2018, Black Panther: The Album by Kendrick Lamar and TDE occupied the top spot for three weeks on the Billboard 200. The soundtrack was awarded Platinum status by the RIAA. Numerous accolades were given to Black Panther: The Album, including a Grammy for Best Rap Performance.
Whatever the truth of the Black Panther soundtrack rumors, Rihanna already has a successful year planned for 2023. In February, the Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show will feature the multibillionaire founder of the Fenty fashion label. Stay tuned to Thirsty for the latest news and updates.
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