Rihanna Teases New Music and World Tour

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Interviewed by the media “Entertainment Tonight”, Rihanna left a door open to new music, which would be accompanied by a world tour.

It’s been nine years since Rihanna released an album. The latest: “Anti”, unveiled in 2016 and which notably includes the song “Kiss It Better”. At the end of last year, however, the singer wrote the title “Lift Me Up” for the soundtrack of the film “Black Panther”.

In February of this year, Asap Rocky’s companion also set Arizona ablaze by delivering a monumental show during the famous halftime of the American football Super Bowl final. In passing, she revealed her second pregnancy, nine months after the birth of her first child. Enough to influence the progress of a ninth album.

Asked by Entertainment Tonight during an event linked to her Fenty brand, the singer spoke about her next projects: “ Well we will always go back on tour! (But) I feel like I want to tour when there’s new music. We already know what it will be like, with the songs I already performed on my last tour “.

Rihanna therefore waits to be ready in order to offer her audience an extraordinary performance. About this “ new music “, the singer spoke about her perfectionism and her way of working, which is also responsible for the long time since her last album: ” I realized that if I keep waiting to feel it good and perfect, maybe I can wait forever and maybe it will never come out and no, that’s not what I want “.

It is therefore more motivated than ever that Rihanna will probably take the path towards new musical creations.


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