Rihanna returns to music with ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’




		Rihanna returns to music with 'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever'

It’s official: Rihanna makes her long-awaited return to music with “Lift Me Up,” the lead single from Marvel’s blockbuster sequel “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.”

The song, which is a tribute to the life and legacy of Chadwick Boseman, was written by Tems, Ludwig Göransson, Rihanna and director Ryan Coogler. It will be released on Friday, October 28 as a preview of the film, which opens in theaters on November 11. Rihanna briefly teased the song’s melodic buzz on social media, but little is known about the style and sound of “Lift Me Up.”

“After talking to Ryan and hearing his direction for the film and the song, I wanted to write something that showed a warm hug from all the people I’ve lost in my life. I tried to imagine how I would feel if I could sing to them now and let them know how much I miss them,” Tems said in a statement. “Rihanna inspired me, so I’m honored to hear her stream. “

Rihanna’s own record label, Westbury Road, will release “Lift Me Up” in association with Roc Nation, Def Jam Recordings and Hollywood Records. Details about the rest of the film’s soundtrack, which will be available on November 4, are still sketchy.

For Marvel, the collaboration with Rihanna – a press release says the song ” ushers in a new era of Rihanna’s iconic career” – is another big hit after Kendrick Lamar and SZA wrote “All The Stars” for the ” Black Panther” original. ” film.” The catchy theme, played over the film’s end credits, earned him an Oscar nomination for the original song, as well as numerous Grammy nominations. Smith, Travis Scott, The Weeknd and Khalid, and Göransson composed the original score.

Boseman, who played King T’Challa in the original “Black Panther” movie, died of colon cancer in 2020 at the age of 43. The sequel to the film focuses on the leaders of Wakanda as they face the death of their ruler and fight to protect their nation from meddling world powers. Angela Bassett, Letitia Wright, Lupita Nyong’o and Winston Duke co-star in the film.

Adding to the commercial fortunes, “Black Panther” became the first superhero film to receive a best picture nomination at the Academy Awards. Although he lost the top prize to “Green Book”, he took home the Oscar for costume design, score and production design.

The news adds to Rihanna’s big comeback to music, which will continue when she headlines the Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show in February 2023. It’s been over half a century since Rihanna’s last release, “Anti, ” in 2016. then, the new mother expanded her repertoire as a successful businesswoman and became a billionaire thanks to her cosmetics brand Fenty Beauty and her lingerie line Savage x Fenty.

His appearance at the halftime show surprised many, given his extensive break from singing. However, she has since made vague comments about two different albums (and has been photographed walking in and out of recording studios), one of which has been described as close to dancehall. However, details on Rihanna’s full solo studio album are scarce.

Even earlier, Rihanna is gearing up for the fourth annual Savage X Fenty show, featuring Anitta, Burna Boy, Don Toliver and Maxwell as performers. The event will be shown exclusively through Prime Video with other big names such as Ángela Aguilar, Avani Gregg, Bella Poarch, Cara Delevingne and others making an appearance.

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