One of the two songs Rihanna reportedly recorded for ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ is rumored to serve as the end-credits track, similarly to Kendrick Lamar and SZA’s “All The Stars” in 2018’s ‘Black Panther' KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Monday, October 17, 2022

One of the two songs Rihanna reportedly recorded for ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ is rumored to serve as the end-credits track, similarly to Kendrick Lamar and SZA’s “All The Stars” in 2018’s ‘Black Panther'

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that One of the two tracks Rihanna reportedly recorded for ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ is rumored to serve as the end-credits track, similarly to Kendrick Lamar and SZA’s “All The Stars” in 2018’s ‘Black Panther.’ (Read More Here).

If the rumors are true, the two new Rihanna tracks would be her first new music since her feature on PARTYNEXTDOOR's "BELIEVE IT" in 2020. Her last studio album, Anti, was released in early 2016.

Many fans are also convinced new music from Rih is on the way after it was announced she would be headling the Super Bowl halftime show in February. On Sunday, September 25, rumors about her involvement with the Halftime Show during Super Bowl LVII began to swirl after TMZ reported the NFL and Roc Nation were in discussions to book the artist and CEO as the main act for the halftime show. Not long after the report circulated around the Internet, Rihanna herself took to Instagram to verify the hype. All she posted was an image of her holding up a football -- no caption needed.

According to Hits Daily Double, RiRi has recorded two new songs which are set to feature on the musical LP for the hotly anticipated film.

With ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ set to pounce onto screens on November 11, it’s a safe bet that said material will be arriving imminently.

Eagerly awaited, Rihanna’s return to music comes amidst the trailblazing success of her billion-dollar Fenty empire and follows the almost 7-year hiatus that occurred after 2016’s ‘Anti’ album.

For six long years we've waited patiently for Rihanna's return to music. Her last album, ANTI, came out on January 28, 2016, and since then, the pop star has established herself as a successful businesswoman, becoming a billionaire thanks to booming brands like Fenty Beauty and Savage x Fenty. Oh, and she also had a baby. 

Now, it looks like new music could finally on the horizon. Last month it was announced that RiRi will headline the Super Bowl halftime show, but according to music news source HITS Daily Double, she'll release new music way before February 2023. The outlet reports that Rihanna has recorded two songs that will be featured on Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, which hits theaters on November 11. This is all a rumor at this point, but the timing does make sense, given her Super Bowl slot.

Since the gossip dropped Monday morning, Rihanna has subtly stepped into the conversation. The Twitter account PopCrave announced that Rihanna changed the profile picture on her TikTok. The new pic, which is a selfie of the pop icon in a big yellow coat wearing sunglasses, does not hint at any relation to Black Panther, but it does indicate a new era for recording artist.

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