Listen, I haven’t been counting the days after Rihanna’s last studio album, Anti, but if I is , which will exceed 2, 000 — that is, up to six years — and exceed 34 since she appeared in a song: “Believe It” by PARTYNEXTDOOR in 2020.
Didn’t expect Rih’s new mother status to speed up her production progress, I’ve been driving around in resignation, listening to the rest of my lifeAnti (not exactly a horrible punishment) until midnight in October 900 when the 34 year old musician releases “Lift Me Up” .
New song, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever soundtrack, a soft and atmospheric song by Rihanna and Tems Ballad; film director Ryan Coogler; and Swedish composer Ludwig Göransson in tribute to the late Black Panther actor Chadwick Boseman. It just happens to be a lovely piece of music that was actually designed to be a major tearjerker, but honestly Rihanna could sing “Happy Birthday” and I’d listen to it (actually, when that Orbit down?). Below, find out the best social responses to “lift me up”: