- Award-winning popstar Rihanna recently teased fans about dropping a new song finally, after five years without dropping a track
- The singer has been focusing on her businesses and hasn't released new music since 2016, which hasn't impressed her loyal fans much
- Rihanna's fans are wondering if she will ever release any new music again in this lifetime
It has been five years since Rihanna dropped her last studio album, Anti, and fans have been waiting anxiously for a sign of her releasing something new. Rihanna has taken time off of making music and focused on her businesses over the last few years.
Taking to social media, Rihanna celebrated the fact that her Anti album has spent five full years on the Billboard 200 charts. She captioned her post:
"Grateful to the most high for putting die-hard supporters in my circle. Congrats to everyone who contributed to this era. Thank you team."
Rihanna's comments section was flooded by her fans thanking her for the wonderful album she released back in 2016 and a few fans started asking her to celebrate by dropping a new jam. Surprisingly, Rihanna responded.
"I think I should soon. Just one though, lol," she said.
Even though her fans are hungry for more, Rihanna is only prepared to drop one song to make her comeback.
She's made it clear over the years that music isn't a priority to her any longer but her fans will hold onto the fact that she might change her mind and bless them with at least one song eventually.
In other world celebrity news, Briefly.co.za reported that Issa Rae signed a new deal worth R600 million to produce new films for Warner Media. US actress Issa Rae has inked a one-of-a-kind deal with HBO and WarnerMedia to produce TV shows and films for the said houses.
The deal sees HBO and Warner Bros. get exclusive rights to Rae's work in TV, done through her company Hoorae media label. The giant media company, WarnerMedia, will also get a first-look film deal for all her work which will be showcased in their other brands.
According to Variety, the deal is valued at $40 million over five years, which sees Rae match other top earners in content creation like Donald Glover, who has a lucrative deal with Amazon.
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