Report Rihanna’s Super Bowl Performance Will Be Filmed For Documentary. According to reports, an AppleTV+ documentary will feature Rihanna’s highly anticipated Super Bowl LVII performance. The streaming service “paid millions” for the rights, a source for The Sun said.
She will be seen on camera throughout practices and meetings leading up to the big event, providing a glimpse into what life is actually like for her now that she is reuniting with her pop as a mother. Apple has given millions to Rihanna since she is a huge power in the music industry, the person claimed.
Her performance was bound to be well-attended because the Super Bowl is one of the greatest platforms in the world, if not the biggest. The pressure is enormous since it’s a live return, they said afterwards. She wants the public to never forget why she is one of the all-time great performers.
The source is identified as a “music insider” by The Sun. Rihanna has warned fans not to get their hopes up about a new album despite having the Super Bowl show and a prospective documentary. She said that her release timetable is irrelevant when speaking before the Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 4.
“Fans, do you hear that? She told the Associated Press, “I knew the moment I announced this, they’re going to believe my album is coming. “I must find employment. However, I am releasing new songs soon. Still, we’ll see. Unrelated yet unique project
Although Rihanna hasn’t announced a release date for her upcoming album, she did share “Lift Me Up” last month. The song is included in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’s soundtrack.