Rihanna shares Official teaser for Apple Music Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show

  • Rihanna releases teaser trailer for first Apple Music Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show

  • Rihanna has posted the trailer for her Apple Music’s inaugural Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show.

Rihanna shares Official teaser for Apple Music Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show
Rihanna shares teaser for Apple Music Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show

The highly anticipated headliner for the inaugural Apple Music Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show, Rihanna, has now debuted an trailer previewing her comeback to music.

The video begins with audio excerpts of podcasters, newsreaders, TikTokers, and others discussing how long it has been since Rihanna released an album.

The voice-over clips progressively begin to appear more frequently until there is only Riri’s commentary.

In the meantime, Rihanna herself approaches the camera in a barren studio while sporting sculpted hair that reaches the heavens and an enormous lime-green cloak that seems like it belongs on the Grinch.

The singer strikes a variety of poses, sometimes in silhouette, sometimes appearing in a flash of light as if from a camera. The clip ends with an extremely apt line from one of her biggest Anti hits: “You needed me.” I feel like I’m being trolled, but I’m into it.


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With only a few short weeks until the iconic Show, Apple Music Sing can now sing their favourite Rihanna songs with changeable vocals and real-time with different lyric views to allow take the lead, do duets, sing backup, and more.

The multi-year partnership between The NFL and Apple Music brings together the Super Bowl Halftime Show, the most-watched musical performance of the year, with Apple Music, which celebrates musicians, songwriters, producers and fans, and offers the world’s best music listening experience with a catalog of over 100 million songs, and immersive sound powered by Spatial Audio. Apple revolutionized the music experience with iPod and iTunes, and continues the award-winning tradition with Apple Music.

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