Rihanna has signed a multi-million dollar deal with Apple TV+ to produce a documentary chronicling her comeback. According to the media, it is said that she signed a pact with the company after her reappearance in the top charts last month with her song “Lift Me Up” from the Black Panther; Wakanda Forever.
“There is a great curiosity about everything that has to do with Rihanna. Especially since this will be her main stage comeback for the first time in years,” a music industry source told the publication. “Rihanna is a massive force to be reckoned with when it comes to music and that’s why Apple paid her millions.”
The source told the media that the documentary will be recorded during rehearsals and meetings on the eve of the Super Bowl. This documentary will reflect what her life is really like now that she is coming back not only as a successful singer but also as a new mother.
The singer talked about her comeback performance before her Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 4, emphasizing that: “If I’m going to leave my child, I’m going to leave my child for something special,” she said. “It was now or never for me.”