- The decisive graph On Friday, Rihanna released her first original song in a long time, a song that was written in memory of the late performer Chadwick Boseman.
Graph clincher Rihanna delivered her first independent music in quite a while on Friday, a close-to-the-home number written in recognition of late entertainer Chadwick Boseman.
“Lift Me Up,” Barbados-conceived Rihanna’s most memorable new tune since her 2016 collection “Hostile to,” highlights on the soundtrack of the impending Wonder film “Black Panther: Wakanda For forever.”
The movie is a continuation of the 2018 film industry hit “Black Panther,” in which Boseman played the lead Ruler T’Challa.
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The entertainer kicked the bucket in 2020 following a four-year fight with colon malignant growth that he had kept hidden. He was 43.
“Favored to have composed this melody out of appreciation for Chadwick Boseman and, surprisingly, more honored to hear the worst @badgalriri voice it flawlessly,” Terms, the tune’s co-essayist, composed on Instagram, referring to Rihanna.
Rihanna’s fans have been sitting tight for the development of “Hostile to,” her eighth studio collection. While the vocalist, conceived Robyn Fenty, has highlighted on tunes “Lemon” and “Trust it” as of late, “Lift Me Up” is her most memorable performance discharge since “Hostile to.”
Recently, the 34-year-old Grammy Grant victor, who will act at the Super Bowl halftime show in February, had prodded the new track, in which she sings: “Lift me up/Hold me down/Keep me close/Completely safe.”
As of late, Rihanna, whose graph-beating hits incorporate “Umbrella,” “Diamonds,” and “Work,” has fostered her cosmetics and unmentionable lines. She invited a child in May with her rapper accomplice A$AP Rough.