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- 17 Oct 22
The second instalment of the Marvel Studio's hit, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will release November 11, rumoured to feature an exceptional soundtrack.
Rihanna has reportedly recorded two new tracks for the upcoming movie Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
The R&B singer was originally rumoured to have been cast in this second instalment of the Wakanda universe, but this was quickly shut down.
The original Black Panther landed on screens in 2018, with an incredible original-score release as well as a stellar "inspired by" album.
Insiders have rumoured that the sequel will follow suit, with music dropping via Marvel/Disney and Westbury Road/Roc Nation/Def Jam - the latter apparently due to Rihanna’s involvement.
The Barbados-born musician hasn't released music since 2016's ANTI aside from four random collaborations - 'BELIEVE IT' with PARTYNEXTDOOR, 'Lemon' with N.E.R.D, 'Sledgehammer' from the 2016 Motion Picture, Star Trek Beyond, and 'This Is What You Came For' with Calvin Harris.
The superstar is slated to perform at the Super Bowl halftime show in January, so these new tracks could possible see the start of Rihanna releasing new work (or we hope at least!).
Rihanna's Fenty Beauty apparel/cosmetics empire with luxury goods company LVMH, is said to be valued north of $2.8 billion.
The musician's Fenty deal was made in 2016, the same year ANTI came out, with Fenty Beauty launching the following year in a Puma collaboration showcased during New York Fashion Week.
RiRi’s Savage x Fenty membership-based lingerie brand, “made for every body” launched in 2018, becoming wildly successful and quickly overtaking lingerie giant Victoria’s Secret.
Fingers crossed we hear more about these rumoured tracks soon, but for now check out the trailer for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, releasing November 11, 2022.
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