Rihanna Will Headline Apple Music’s First Super Bowl Halftime Show

After a hiatus from performing, Rihanna is making a comeback as she is set to take the stage at Apple Music’s inaugural Super Bowl Halftime show. Dr. Dre shares his thoughts on Rihanna’s upcoming performance.

The last time Rihanna graced the stage with a microphone was at the 2018 Grammy Awards where she performed with Bryson Tiller and DJ Khaled. Since then, she has been busy building her Fenty empire and climbing the ladder to billionaire status. Fans have eagerly awaited her return to music, and now, it’s official that Rihanna will be headlining Apple Music’s halftime show next year.

Rihanna Confirms She Will Headline Apple Music’s 2023 Super Bowl Halftime Show

As Rihanna makes her music comeback, fans are ecstatic and eagerly anticipating what she has in store. For now, questions about her upcoming album will take a back seat, but they’re sure to resurface soon. Jay-Z praised Rihanna in a press release for the Roc Nation-backed halftime show, acknowledging her remarkable journey from humble beginnings in Barbados to becoming a trailblazing artist and entrepreneur.

During the Apple Music announcement on Beats1, Dr. Dre expressed his excitement about Rihanna headlining the halftime show. He commended her artistry and advised her to surround herself with the right team and enjoy the process to deliver a memorable performance.

The countdown is on for Super Bowl LVII scheduled for February 12, 2023, where Rihanna will take center stage.

Twitter: Starting the week off like…@rihanna @RocNation @NFL @NFLonFOX #SBLVII pic.twitter.com/Cx2oAkqpHJ
— Apple Music (@AppleMusic) September 26, 2022

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