Guys, hold your composure. It's happening. It's finally happening. Just when it started to feel like we might never get new music from Rihanna, Marvel's Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has done the unthinkable.
Just over two weeks from release, the studio has seemingly confirmed rumors that the soundtrack will feature new music from Rih – rejoice.
We're not about to front – we're obsessed with everything Rihanna does. For nine months, she held us in bondage with her incredible maternity looks, stunning global Fashion Weeks with effortless finesse. Now, with parental duties well underway, we'd assumed we'd be deprived of RihRih content for a long while. Oh, how wrong we were.
With new Savage Fenty releases, an impending show in the next couple of weeks, and now new music, we're spoilt.
The rumor mill has been in a frenzy for the past few weeks when reports suggested that the soundtrack for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever would be featuring one, if not several, new tracks from the star, including the end credits song.
Typically a star-studded affair, the first Black Panther movie's soundtrack featured an incredible line-up, including Kendrick Lamar, SZA, Jorja Smith, Future, James Blake, Travis Scott, and a whole lot more.
For the sequel, it looks like this star power will be even greater, with Rihanna, Tems, and more from Kendrick. With powerhouses like these leading the way, it's safe to assume the tracklist will boast serious talent.
There's not long left to drown ourselves in new Rihanna with less than three weeks until the movie reaches theatres.