November 24, 2022, 4:36 p.m. | Updated: November 24, 2022, 4:46 PM
Rihanna has reportedly signed a big deal with Apple as a documentary about her music career is in the works.
Rihanna has certainly had a career like no other, and now it looks like her next steps as she returns to music will be recorded in a documentary.
The Fenty Beauty owner has signed along the dotted line for a multi-million pound deal with Apple TV+ as they prepare to give fans a rare glimpse into his life.
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The 34-year-old singer has been notoriously absent from the music world since releasing her eighth studio album ‘Anti’ in 2016, which means we’ve been waiting six years for new tracks from Riri.
However, a new era for the multi-talented star was marked by the release of ‘Lift Me Up’ from the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever soundtrack.
On top of that, Rihanna has been announced as the headliner for next year’s Super Bowl halftime show – a coveted and career-defining milestone.
Consequently, the pop sensation’s fans have been getting seriously excited about a new album cycle that could begin when she’s set to take the Super Bowl stage in February 2023.
The AppleTV+ documentary would follow Rihanna’s career with a central focus being her highly-anticipated performance in Championship football.
An industry insider revealed to the tabloids, “There’s a huge appetite for all things Rihanna, especially since this will be her big comeback on stage for the first time in years.”
The source explained how the “We Found Love” singer and her team will be preparing intensively for the historic show, with the camera getting a behind-the-scenes look every step of the way.
They continued, “She’ll be recorded during rehearsals and reunions before the big night and will give a glimpse of what her life is really like now that she’s coming back to pop as a mom.”
Rihanna and her boyfriend A$AP Rocky welcomed their first child together in May this year and have yet to reveal their baby boy’s name to the public.
“Rihanna is a huge force to be reckoned with when it comes to music and so Apple paid millions,” the source revealed of the lucrative deal.
“She wants the world to remember why she is one of the greatest performers of all time.”
Not only is the Navy on the edge of its seats waiting for the Super Bowl halftime show, but now for the intimate documentary that may follow all of this – we’re so excited!
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