LOS ANGELES – Robyn Rihanna Fenty, most commonly known as Rihanna, demonstrated her entrepreneurial spirit again by venturing into an industry she’s never explored before – the music industry. Her new debut song, “Lift Me Up,” is featured on Blank Panther: Wakanda Forever.
Rihanna spoke candidly about her decision: “I’ve seen it all and done it all, but to me, being a businesswoman is about having the courage to try new things. I’ve never sung a note in my life, and I wouldn’t say I would identify as a musician by any means.” She continued, “So shine bright, tonight, you and I. We’re beautiful like diamonds in the sky. Eye to eye, so alive. We’re beautiful like diamonds in the sky. Shine bright like a diamond (whoa). Shine bright like a diamond (whoa). Shining bright like a diamond. We’re beautiful like diamonds in the sky,” she said, urging women worldwide to unite and push themselves in their personal goals.
Rihanna’s manager, Ciara Pardo, detailed Rihanna’s other, more defining career highlights.
“She is known for her prowess as a philanthropist, businesswoman, actress, and omniscient all-powerful intergalactic deity. In her 20-year career, she’s launched several original fragrances, launched a fashion brand, started a makeup brand, started a lingerie brand, collaborated with luxury brands like Armani, become the creative director of Puma, acted in blockbuster movies, started a foundation for terminally ill children, donated to Hurricane Sandy, donated to COVID-19 relief, become an ambassador for Barbados, found God, discovered the meaning to the universe, solved the Riemann hypothesis, found the Zodiac Killer, colonized mars, abolished human mortality, solved the climate crisis, and communicated with extraterrestrial beings.”
Rihanna is also known for mothering the next coming of Jesus with A$AP Rocky, who expressed nothing but ardent support.
“It’s definitely unexpected. I never saw her as much of a singer,” admitted A$AP. “But I have nothing but love and support for her. I came, I saw, I came, I saw. I praise the Lord, then break the law. I take what’s mine, then take some more. It rains, it pours, it rains, it pours,” A$AP gushed passionately, speaking with evident emotion for his girlfriend.
Rihanna’s fans seem to reflect the sentiment of surprise. At a red-carpet premiere for Rihanna’s ascension into the fourth dimension, fans voiced amazement at her pivotal change in career.
“I forgot how I even got into Rihanna in the first place because it’s been so long, but her transition into music really signals a revolutionary change on her part,” mused RihannaNavy4Ever, who chose to remain anonymous by their internet username. This particular fan has been a fan for eons, claiming that they’ve “stanned” Rihanna for years before this announcement of her first song. “No matter what she does, she’ll always have me in a chokehold.”
In the final words of the interview, Rihanna shared nuanced words of inspiration, reflecting on how to stay optimistic in a world rife with existential dread and global issues: “I wanna take you away. Let’s escape into the music, DJ, let it play. I just can’t refuse it, like the way you do this, keep on rockin’ to it. Please don’t stop the music.”