Rihanna is reportedly preparing her big comeback to music in style with a huge tour and two studio albums. The artist has reportedly signed a million-dollar deal to resume her singing career.
After years dedicated to the business world with her lingerie and make-up brand – Fenty by Rihanna – and to her children, the Barbados artist made a momentary comeback in music for two iconic moments: Super Bowl 2022 – where she announced she was expecting her second baby – and to voice two songs on the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever soundtrack, dedicated to the late actor Chadwick Boseman.
Now that she’s given birth, the artist can turn her attention back to her music career at any time, and the UK’s Daily Mirror has revealed the singer’s alleged plans for the next few years. According to the insider, the artist is reportedly planning a comback tour for 2024/2025, as well as two albums for a modest price of 32 million dollars, equivalent to around 30 million euros.
“Rihanna is planning a comeback tour after signing with Live Nation. The deal has been set up to facilitate a world tour, and her creative team is working in Los Angeles, organising everything while she is with her family. Once she’s ready, she’ll be back to work with two albums and a massive international tour like Beyoncé or Taylor Swift,” the source told the media.
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