She is making her comeback as Rihanna Black Panther singer, releasing new music for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever set to premiere next month.
Rihanna has reportedly recorded two new songs for the upcoming Black Panther sequel Wakanda Forever.
The singer’s eighth and most recent studio album, ‘Anti’, came out in 2016, with new music having been teased consistently since then. Next February, she will headline the Super Bowl 2023 Halftime Show.
According to HITS Daily Double, the singer has recorded a pair of new songs that are set to feature in the forthcoming Marvel film, which is set for release on November 11. It was reported prior that the singer may star in the film, though those rumours have since been debunked.
Marvel took to social media to release a teaser, finally confirming the news that Riri will be taking part in the film’s soundtrack. The short clip shows the title of the movie, followed by the letter “R” with the date October 28, 2022 underneath. According to The New York Times‘ Kyle Buchanan, the musician’s new track will be the end-credits song for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.