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Rihanna makes a comeback with the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever track Lift me Up, her first music in six years.

After 2016's "Love on the Brain," this is her first solo single. Star Rihanna will make her eagerly anticipated comeback to music this week, her reps announced on Wednesday, following the introduction of couture collections, a lingerie line, a beauty company, becoming a millionaire, and giving birth to her first child.

The 34-year-old singer will release a new single titled "Lift Me Up" on Friday as part of the soundtrack of "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever," the follow-up to "Black Panther," the first Marvel movie starring a black superhero. This will be the singer's first solo release in six years.

In addition to Roc Nation, Def Jam Recordings, and Hollywood Records, Rihanna has released a brief teaser of the new song that will be released on her Westbury Road label.

The announcement by the American football league, the NFL, that Rihanna would perform at the always-spectacular Super Bowl halftime show in February marked the pop star's long-awaited return to the stage.

Robyn Rihanna Fenty, a Barbados native, made a splash on the music world in 2003 with songs like "We Found Love" and "Umbrella," a joint effort with Jay-Z.

Her ninth studio album, which will be "blended with reggae," has been eagerly anticipated by her admirers. But the artist has shifted her attention to other projects, such as becoming the first black woman to head a fashion house for French powerhouse LVMH, which owns brands like Fendi and Givenchy.

She dethroned Kylie Jenner this year and rose to the position of youngest American woman to earn a billion dollars, according to the Forbes 2022 list, as a result of these career endeavours. The singer and rapper A$AP Rocky had their first child last May.

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