For the Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday, Apple Music, the NFL, and Roc Nation will collaborate for the first time.

Driving the news: Rihanna’s much-anticipated halftime performance will be her first live performance in seven years.

She is one of the most popular pop performers of the last two decades, but she hasn’t released an album since 2016’s “Anti.”

In April 2022, Rihanna was added to Forbes’ Billionaires List.

What they say is this: At the Apple Music news conference on Thursday, Rihanna discussed how she was requested to appear on the show three months after giving birth to her son.

“There’s something that happens when you become a mother when you feel like you can take on the world and can accomplish anything,”

She spoke.


One of the biggest stages in the world is the Super Bowl. Even though it was terrifying for me because it had been seven years since I had performed on stage, the challenge of it all was thrilling. I must accomplish it this year. It’s crucial that my son understands that.


Within the text: The performance’s teaser, which was made available by Apple Music on Thursday, features “Rihanna Drive” in Barbados, the singer’s homeland.

Fans are encouraged to sing along using Apple Music Sing, explore the pop star’s discography using the “Spatial Audio” function, and tune into Apple Music Radio for game analysis and a recap show on Monday.

The broad strokes: The nine-time Grammy winner discussed representation in his speech.


There will be several legendary female performers at the press conference on Thursday, including Beyoncé, Mary J. Blige, Jennifer Lopez, Shakira, Katy Perry, Madonna, and Lady Gaga.

The 2023 Super Bowl: How to watch

The big game is being aired by Fox, and it is free to access via cable, most satellite services, or an over-the-air antenna. The majority of streaming services, including Sling TV, Hulu with Live TV, YouTube TV, and fuboTV, as well as the Fox Sports App, offer access to the game.

When will the Super Bowl LVII begin?

On Sunday, February 12, at 6:30 p.m. E.T., the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs will kick off. Pregame coverage begins at either 6 p.m. or 3 p.m. PST, and it lasts all day.


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