This is not an exercise. After years of speculation and disappointment, Rihanna has returned to music. His signature booming voice is hard at work on “Lift Me Up,”
A beautiful ballad set at the beginning of Marvel’s upcoming blockbuster, Black Panther:
Wakanda Forever. It’s been almost seven years since Riri’s hit Bad Gyal album ANTI was released in 2016, and more than two years since the pop-mogul princess brought us PartyNextDoor’s 2020 single “Believe.” This one.”
Written by Tems, Ludwig Göransson and director Ryan Coogler, “Lift Me Up” is a tribute to the life and legacy of actor Chadwick Boseman, who died in 2020 due to his role as King T’Challa / Black Panther made him human black community icon.
“Lift Me Up” is soulful, with Rihanna’s vocals interspersed with emotional lyrics that take center stage amid swirling strings.
“Burning in a hopeless dream / Hold me while you sleep,” he sings. “Keep me in love / When you’re gone, keep me / Safe and sound.”
As Rihanna plans to perform at the 2023 Super Bowl, “Lift Me Up” raises questions about what this revival means in terms of her musical goals.
Rihanna here in “Lift Me Up” reminds us of the rising pop star we saw in the early 2000s, and the buzz the singer heard in 2006’s “Unfaithful.”
Even the cover of this new song is amazing. and A Girl Like Mr. With a legacy of creating and organizing behind her, if “lift me up” is the beginning of a new era for Rihanna, then maybe that’s what made her leave, without a bell. The bubble helps to make this icon appear.