Last October 28th Rihanna finally released the new single that Marvel fans were waiting for so long. “Lift me Up”.
The new song of the artist, becomes one of the music that accompanies the new movie “Black Panthern: Wakanda Forever”, directed by Ryan Coogler and produced by Kevin Feige and Nate Moore, in tribute to the actor Chadwik Boseman, who died in 2020 due to a colorectal cancer that he kept secret until his death.
The music video for the song composed by nigerian Temilade Openiyi and composer Ludwig Göransson was released two days later, featuring beach scenery and a singer dressed in white accompanied by piano music.
“I tried to imagine how I would feel if I could sing to them now and express how much I miss them,” is how the writer explains the reason for the new single, adding “Rihanna has been an inspiration to me, so to hear her convey this song is a great honor.”
In addition, the new song begins a new stage in the singer’s musical life, with the seal of Westbury Road and phrases like “Hold me down” or “safe and sound”.
The film is one of the most anticipated of 2022, and with it, the singer has made herself sound after 6 years without any release after different suspicions about whether she would return to music, speculations that she denied in 2018 by announcing a new album that keeps her followers waiting.
The singer announced the premiere through social networks with excitement.
“Lift me up” can already be heard on Spotify, and can be heard in theaters on November 11 accompanying the film to remember those who are gone.