The only, written by The-Dream, follows up the singer’s grand return on “Carry Me Up”
When the top credit roll on Black Panther: Wakanda Eternally, Rihanna’s voice will stream by the theater. The singer has shared her second single from the highly-anticipated Marvel movie’s soundtrack, following up “Carry Me Up” with one other range-showcasing ballad, “Born Once more.”
Co-written by Rihanna and The-Dream alongside James Fauntleroy and producer Ludwig Göransson, “Born Once more” is an ode to resilience and sacrifice within the identify of affection, whether or not for an individual or a spot thought-about dwelling.
“I’d give my coronary heart to this place/I’d give my soul or no matter it takes, by no means run away/I’ve acquired sufficient angels to storm the gates, I’m not afraid,” Rihanna sings over an intense orchestral association. “And behold the courageous, not have it no different away/I miss the emergence and these moments of you/The mere reflection of me, that mirror can’t change its view.”
Like “Carry Me Up,” which was penned with Tems, “Born Once more” feels inexplicably related to the absence of Chadwick Boseman, the unique Black Panther, who died in 2020 after a non-public battle with most cancers. His position was not recast, with the forged paying homage to the late actor all through the promotional cycle for the movie.
Rihanna emerged from her unofficial musical hiatus to report the 2 soundtrack cuts – and to announce that she’s going to headline the Tremendous Bowl 57 halftime present subsequent yr. However that doesn’t imply a brand new album of her personal is on the best way.
“The second that I introduced this, I stated, ‘Oh my god, they’re going to suppose my album is coming. I have to get to work,” Rihanna informed The Related Press in a brand new interview. “Tremendous Bowl is one factor. New music is one other factor. Do you hear that followers?”
Loud and clear.
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