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Rihanna returns to music with original song for ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’

singer Rihanna He made his long-awaited return to music with the lead single “Lift Me Up” from the sequel to Marvel’s blockbuster.Black Panther: Wakanda Forever`. A tribute to the life and legacy of Chadwick Boseman, this song was written by Thames. Ludwig Goransson, Rihanna, directed by Ryan Coogler. It will be released on Friday, October 28th, ahead of the movie that will be released in theaters on November 11th.

Rihanna briefly teased the song’s melodic hum on social media, but little is known about the style and sound of “Lift Me Up,” Variety reports. “After talking to Ryan and hearing his film and song direction, I knew I wanted to write something that described the warm hugs from all the people I lost in my life. I can express how much I miss you,” the Thames said in a statement.

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“Rihanna has been an inspiration to me and it’s such an honor to hear her bring this song to life.”Rihanna’s own Westbury Road label includes Roc Nation, Def Jam Recordings and Hollywood. Releases “Lift Me Up” in partnership with Records. Details about the rest of the film’s soundtrack, which will be available on November 4th, remain vague.

For Marvel, collaborating with Rihanna means that the song “heralds the next era of Rihanna’s iconic career,” said a press release, and will play in the original “Black Panther.” The catchy track earned him numerous Grammy nominations, as well as an Oscar nomination for the original song. (It’s unclear when “Lift Me Up” will appear in the sequel.)

The first “Black Panther” soundtrack features music by Schoolboy Q, Vince Staples, Jorja Smith, Travis Scott, The Weeknd, Khalid, and the original score was composed by Goranson. Boseman, who played King T’Challa in the original “Black Panther,” died of colon cancer in 2020 at the age of 43. The follow-up film centers around Wakanda’s leaders fighting and fighting the death of their ruler. to defend itself against intervening world powers. Starring Angela Bassett, Letitia Wright, Lupita Nyong’o and Winston Duke.

Like the original, “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” is expected to see a significant increase in box office revenue. Based on early estimates, the film is expected to earn at least his $175 million in its opening weekend, making it one of his biggest debuts of the year. Domestically he earns $704 million and globally he earns $1.3 billion. The sequel is also likely to top $1 billion at the worldwide box office.

In addition to its commercial wealth, ‘Black Panther’ became the first superhero film to be nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards. Although it lost to “Green Book” for Best Picture, it won Oscars for costume design, score and production design.

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