If our gut is right, Rihanna may be giving Navy fans some new music. The multitalented artist teased the idea while celebrating the historical success of her album Anti. The 2016 album is the first album by a Black female artist to spend five years on the Billboard200 chart.
“Grateful to the most High for putting die-hard supporters in my circle,” the 33-year-old captioned the post. “Congrats to everyone that contributed to this era, thank you, team.”
One fan commented, “celebrate by releasing a song!!” Rihanna responded, “I think I should.” She then added, “Just 1 tho lol.”
New Riri anthem please?
Listen, we will take whatever she offers. After all, it’s getting warm and we’re in need of a summer anthem. A new Riri anthem.
“I want to go on tour but I can’t, so I’m stuck with music that I love, and now I’m trying to figure out how I can even create visuals to that,” she said. “That’s a challenge as well. But I love challenges so, you know, I’m gonna get it done.”
Hopefully, she gives us what we want. She’s been putting it off for too long. Anti was her last album and gave us bangers like “Kiss It Better,” “Desperado”, “Needed Me” and “Love On The Brain.” In an interview with Closer, she said that during the lockdown she was “always working on my music.”
Although new music a question in the air, there have been talks about a new cookbook. With the hit of the pandemic last year, it had us on lockdown.
She said in an interview with Closer “I am always busy and quarantine gave me the time to do things I wouldn’t always have been able to do: watch an entire box set in a day, cook, go for walk. It is important we do little things we enjoy and are kind to ourselves.”
Rumors about a Caribbean-inspired cookbook have also been making their rounds. Hopefully, by the end of this year, she will give us not only new music but new food as well.
Whether it’s a single or album, a new Rihanna song will be played nonstop!
I’m Sylah Ferguson, 20 years old and I was born and raised in Albany, Georgia. I am a Senior at Albany State University majoring in Mass Communications with a minor in Criminal Justice. On campus, I am apart of the radio station Real 92.7 for the school, there I work as an on-air personality and Music Director. I’ve had a strong love for music at a young age, and growing up I listened to a variety of genres of music. Writing has always been one of my strongest talents and favorite hobbies.