After a retirement in 2016, Barbadian artist Rihanna is back stronger than ever, starring in the soundtrack of one of the most anticipated movies of the year, “Black Panthern: Wakanda Forever” and her single “Lift Me Up”, as well as being the confirmed performer for the 2023 Super Bowl.
However, for the singer this is not enough. Therefore, The Sun has confirmed that Rihanna has signed a multi-million dollar contract with Apple for the upcoming filming of a documentary about her return to the stage after six years, in a comeback that will take place in Arizona on February 12, 2023, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale. This high-value contract is due to the fact that “Apple has paid millions because Rihanna is such an immense force to be reckoned with when talking about music,” explains a close source.
With this, the production will include personal and professional moments of the artist during her preparation for the Super Bowl sporting event, among other things, in addition to trying to show “an idea of what her life is really like now that she is back to pop as a mother”.
Rumors are circulating that Rihanna’s Super Bowl may surpass the record achieved by American Katy Perry’s Super Bowl, being the most watched in history since 2015 with 118.5 million viewers. With this, Rihanna knows that there is no better time to record her comeback and capture it on the platforms, and has not wanted to say no to this opportunity, and although the details of the production are still unknown, it is expected that it could be similar to that of other artists who have been protagonists of the sports show, such as Lady Gaga or Jennifer Lopez.