Rihanna will perform at the upcoming National Football League Superbowl event in 2023. Rihanna fandom “Navy” must be thrilled to know this, as the singer has not performed publicly since the 2018 Grammy awards.
Rihanna hinted about the same by posting a picture on her Instagram and Twitter, where she is holding a football in her hand with the caption, “.”
Rihanna was confirmed as a 2023 performer by Apple music and NFL via their Twitter handle with the caption “Let’s Go”.
Super Bowl is the annual final playoff game of the NFL league to determine the league champion. It is famous because of the high number of viewers. Super Bowl takes the world’s biggest stars, and this time it’s Rihanna. Rihanna is the world’s wealthiest female musician, thanks to her beauty & clothing line, according to “Forbes” in 2021.
Rihanna performing at the upcoming Super Bowl event could be considered a clue of new music releases on the way.
Rihanna joined other celebs like Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Madonna, Shakira, and Prince, who have previously been performers at Super Bowl. Last year’s performance included Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, and Mary J. Blige, who received five Emmy nominations and won three.
57th Super Bowl will occur on February 12, 2023, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, just outside Phoenix. They are 1st time partnering with Apple Music, which was previously sponsored by “Pepsi.”
The NFL’s head of music, Seth Dudowsky, said, “We are thrilled to welcome Rihanna to the Apple Music Super Bowl Halftime Show stage.”
“Rihanna is a once-in-a-generation artist who has been a cultural force throughout her career. We look forward to collaborating with Rihanna, Roc Nation, and Apple Music to bring fans another historic Halftime Show performance.”
“A person born on the small island of Barbados who became one of the most prominent artists ever. Self-made in business and entertainment.” Jay-z called Rihanna a “generational talent, a woman of humble beginnings who has surpassed expectations at every turn.”
Rihanna refused to perform in the 2019 Super Bowl halftime show in Atlanta to stand with Colin Kaepernick, who protested against police brutality and social inequality in 2016.