Rihanna unveils “Born Again”, a second song composed for “Black Panther Wakanda Forever”
After returning to music with Lift Me Up, the singer, whose last album dates back to 2016, shared a second title present on the soundtrack of the new Black Panther.
Rihanna shared a new song. After returning to music at the end of October with the single lift me up – her first song in six years – the singer unveils a second title this Friday, born againalso present on the soundtrack of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
This ballad which begins with a piano voice was written by The-Dream, who had already worked on the pieces Umbrella and Birthday cake by Rihanna.
The soundtrack album of the second part of Black Panther was also released in its entirety. There are titles from Burna Boy, Tems, Stormzy or even Kay.
Super Bowl and controversial parade
If this performance had revived the rumor of a new Rihanna album, the singer denied the release of a project soon. “It’s not true,” she replied to the American news agency Associated Press regarding these speculations.
“The Super Bowl is one thing. New music is another thing. Hear that, fans?” she said with humor.
Earlier this week, Rihanna also created controversy during his fourth Savage X Fenty Show show, broadcast on Prime Video, inviting the actor Johnny Deppfive months later his highly publicized trial opposing him to his ex-wife Amber Heard, who claimed to have been the victim of domestic violence.
The day before the parade aired, many Internet users expressed their surprise and anger at Johnny Depp’s invitation on Twitter using the hashtag #DitchDepp (“barzarde Depp”). Many recalled that Rihanna had herself been the victim of the blows of Chris Brown in 2009, with whom she was in a relationship at the time.
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