Rihanna to make return with monitor for ‘Black Panther’

After launching high-fashion collections, a lingerie line, a make-up model, changing into a billionaire and having a child, megastar Rihanna is making a extremely anticipated return to music this week, her reps mentioned Wednesday.

After six years with out releasing a brand new solo tune, the 34-year-old on Friday will drop a brand new single entitled “Carry Me Up,” which can be on the soundtrack for the Marvel sequel “Black Panther: Wakanda Endlessly.” It’s her first solo single since 2016’s “Love on the Mind.”

Rihanna is releasing the brand new tune on her Westbury Highway label at the side of Roc Nation, Def Jam Recordings and Hollywood Data. The singer behind the hits “Diamonds” and “Umbrella” posted a quick preview of the brand new monitor, which featured buzzing over strings.

The information comes solely weeks after the NFL introduced Rihanna can be headlining the coveted Tremendous Bowl halftime present in February, a long-awaited return to the stage for the pop phenom. Rihanna’s fierce fan base has been clamoring for her ninth album, which she has mentioned can be “reggae-infused” and has hinted since 2019 is sort of completed.

However the Barbadian-born artist has centered on different ventures, together with changing into the primary Black girl to move a vogue home for the French powerhouse LVMH, which owns legacy manufacturers together with Fendi and Givenchy. She welcomed her first baby with rapper A$AP Rocky in Could. – AFP

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