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FutureStarrRihanna's FULL Apple Music Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show Performance
Rihanna made her long-awaited return to the stage Sunday night at Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show. She sang an extensive setlist featuring some of her biggest hits and also announced she was pregnant.
She did an impressive job of incorporating her Fenty Beauty and Savage X Fenty brands into her performance, wearing a red jumpsuit and dangly diamond earrings for 13 minutes.
Rihanna's soulful rendition is a bit dark, yet it also resonates with timeless appeal. Even with her less-than-perfect vocals, she manages to showcase all her best traits on this song - from her sultry croon to an unfussy delivery.
This track, featuring her unnerving swagger and off-handed shrug, is one of her earliest recordings and offers an insightful look into her early career as a singer.
This song is perfect for Apple Music fans to sing along to with its new feature, Apple Music Sing. Available on Apple TV, iPhone and iPad models alike.
The Super Bowl halftime show, the biggest music event of the year, returns this year. Sponsored by Apple as part of a multiyear agreement with the NFL, this year's show once again had an unforgettable lineup.
Rihanna delivered an unforgettable performance, her first public one since 2018. Her setlist was truly remarkable, and she even got the audience on their feet!
She made an exciting announcement during her performance that she is pregnant with her second child! Everyone was delighted by this wonderful news!
Rihanna is an iconic pop star who has dominated the industry for more than a decade. She boasts an extensive catalog of hits and has achieved great success as both a successful entrepreneur with her cosmetics brand Fenty Beauty and clothing line Savage X Fenty.
Recently, she was announced as the headliner for this year's Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show and has been busy prepping. In November she released two songs from her Black Panther: Wakanda Forever soundtrack - "Lift Me Up" and "Born Again," plus hosted her fourth "Savage X Fenty" fashion show.
Rihanna may not have released a new album since 2016, but her performance on Sunday demonstrated why she remains such an influential force in music. With such an intense and emotional performance, it was clear why Rihanna has become such an iconic force within the industry.
Rihanna has been a global pop sensation since 2007 with her debut album Music Of The Sun. She is now the world's highest-selling artist with 14 number-one Billboard singles* and has also established herself as an entrepreneur, founding cosmetics brand Fenty Beauty and clothing line Savage X Fenty.
She had performed at the Super Bowl before, but this was her first time headliner and replacing Pepsi as its main sponsor. In past years she had declined halftime shows out of solidarity with San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick's protest during the national anthem.
On Sunday night, the Barbadian singer made an incredible return to the stage at Super Bowl LVII and proved she still has what it takes to be a superstar. She gave an awe-inspiring performance of her classic hits such as Umbrella, Only Girl in the World and Diamonds that left everyone with lasting impressions.
If you want to watch Rihanna's FULL Apple Music Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show, it can now be streamed on demand within the Music app. Alternatively, TV streaming services such as fuboTV or Sling TV offer this event for a fee.
Rihanna delivered an incredible 13-minute performance at Super Bowl LVII, providing us with more than we could have ever imagined. Her electrifying presence enthralled both those present at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona and viewers around the globe.
She made history, becoming the first artist to deliver an Apple Music-powered Super Bowl Halftime Show. And in the hour following her performance, there was a 331% surge in concurrent listeners on Apple Music.
On Sunday night, Rihanna returned to the spotlight after five years away. Her daring performance lit up the Arizona sky in the first Apple Music Super Bowl LVII halftime show.
Rihanna broke away from traditional Super Bowl halftime shows to perform solo this year, offering an energetic medley of classic hits including her two biggest hits 'Umbrella' and 'Diamonds' that thrilled audiences worldwide. Her powerful performance provided a fitting finale to an unforgettable Super Bowl halftime show.
She began her set by taking a compact from one of her dancers and applying two dablets of powder to her face as an homage to the Fenty Beauty line. With her left hand, she then grabbed the microphone for "All of The Lights," a collaboration with Ye (formerly Kanye West).
Rihanna's 13-minute performance was an iconic showcase of her catalog and delivered a show that could only be done by Rihanna herself. She nodded towards other aspects of her nonmusical business with quick touchups on her makeup, an advertisement for Fenty Beauty line and unexpected announcement of pregnancy.
Despite her absence of new music, Barbadian singer has proven she still possesses incredible pop power. With 200 million albums sold and eight Grammy awards under her belt, she continues to prove that she still has some serious staying power.
Apple Music subscribers can relive Rihanna's entire Super Bowl LVII halftime show via its Music app, featuring a recording of her full performance. Furthermore, it is creating an official Rhianna Essentials playlist and providing Apple Music subscribers with an exclusive Spatial Audio version of her performance to listen to on their devices.
Rihanna delivered one of the most captivating halftime shows in Super Bowl history with her performance that featured an array of dancers, levitating stages that floated in the air, and an electrifying combination of her iconic hits.
Apple Music reported that Rihanna had achieved more concurrent listeners on their platform than any of last year's halftime performers -- Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar and 50 Cent combined -- as well as more streams than ever before.
Seven years have passed since Rihanna released her last album, Anti, and her return to the stage proved that she's back and better than ever. Plus, after making an unexpected announcement during her performance: she's expecting her second child with boyfriend A$AP Rocky!
After five years, Rihanna returned to live music at the Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show on Sunday night. Additionally, her reps confirmed to Rolling Stone that she is pregnant!
The singer's performance was an unforgettable triumph, filled with surprises and highlights. She performed her entire catalogue live onstage, including her latest single Love On The Brain.
She also brought out some of her biggest collaborators - Eminem, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar, Snoop Dogg and 50 Cent - as well as the rapper 50 Cent.
Furthermore, Justina Miles will provide American Sign Language interpretation for the halftime show - she being the first female deaf woman to provide ASL interpretation at such an iconic moment in American culture.