: the return of Rihanna makes fans hysterical, the proof in 12 tweets” />
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< p> Indeed, on the occasion of Black Panther 2 – which will land in cinemas on November 9, 2022, the singer recorded two titles which will appear on the soundtrack. Titles Lift me up and Born Again, the former was notably thought of as “a tribute to the extraordinary life and legacy left by Chadwick Boseman“, .
… the fans are already ready to do anything to defend it
For now, only a teaser of a few seconds has been unveiled online, but Rihanna fans are already ready to listen to it on repeat and blow up the stream counters. Judging by their reactions on social networks, they had so lost hope of seeing the star return to music that they are already keen to support this track, even in the event that it is less good than a solo by Renee la Taupe.
“I'll stan Rihanna's new sound even if it sucks, I'll pretend for the six years of absence. Fuck it!” can be read on Twitter, just like “Rihanna X Marvel and you think I could be objective on the sound? I will defend it even if it is null“, “Imagine Rihanna's new sound is busted but we have to pretend to love otherwise it will make her run away again and here we go again for 8 years of waiting” or even, “Even if the sound by Rihanna he sucks I'm going to say I like it, 0 objectivity I warn in advance“.
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As a reminder, Lift me up was written at 4 since the credits announce Tems, Ludwig Göransson, Rihanna and director Ryan Coogler.” After talking with Ryan and hearing his vision for the film and the song, I wanted to write something that felt like a warm hug to all the people I may have lost in my life , Tems explained in a statement. I tried to imagine what it would be like if I could sing to them now and express how much I miss them“.
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