Rihanna, an international singer and one of the best songstresses in the world, has released a brand new studio record titled "Lift Me Up" (Wakanda Forever).
We shouldn't waste your time trying to convince you who Rihanna is; the world bows and gives her space when she drops a single pint of vocals on the mic. "Lift Me Up" (Wakanda Forever) is a fantastic song dedicated to the Marvel Studios superhero film Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, which will be released in all cinemas in November 2022.
Rihanna herself acknowledged the song, which was officially written by Nigerian talented songstress Tems and posted on her Instagram account. Rihanna used her powerful vocal range to sing about keeping your head up and taking what is rightfully yours.
Rihanna's return to singing with "Lift Me Up" opens the 2022 edition of Wakanda Forever: The Album, the soundtrack to the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever film. This is Rihanna's first solo effort since the release of her eighth studio album, ANTI, in January 2016. Rihanna revealed the single on Twitter two days before it was officially released after Marvel previewed it the day before.
Finally, the song was written as a tribute to Chadwick Boseman, who played King T'Challa in the first Black Panther film and collaborated with composer Ludwig Göransson, director Ryan Coogler, and Nigerian prolific musician Tems.
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