Rihanna's Music Saw Surge On Streaming After Halftime Performance
WRITTEN BY NISHANT BHISE
Rihanna has finally come out of burrow releasing new music and making red carpet appearances.
The last time the Navy saw RiRi on stage was during the 2018 Grammy performance with Bryson Tiller and DJ Khaled on 'Wild Thoughts'
However, the last time Rihanna released a full-fledged album was 'Anti' in 2016.
But, the Navy finally got a good news when Rihanna announced that she will be headlining the NFL Super Bowl Halftime.
She also released two singles from 'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever'. One of the singles 'Lift Me Up' is nominated for 'Best Original Song' at the Academy Awards 2023.
On February 12th, 2023, Rihanna headlined the Halftime show at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
She sang some of her smashing hits like 'Work', 'Diamonds', 'We Found Love', and others. The songstress also revealed her baby bump confirming pregnancy news.
However, one of the biggest advantage that she got was her music saw 640% surge on Spotify. Some tracks like 'B***h Better Have My Money' saw 2,600% surge in streaming.
In 2020, Jennifer Lopez and Shakira also saw a surge in streaming after their Halftime performance. Shakira saw a 230% surge in her music on streaming and JLo's music was bumped by 335%
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