Rihanna Plans Major Comeback Tour With $32M Live Nation Deal
Rihanna fans can “feel it coming in the air” as she plans a major comeback.
Mirror reported that the 35-year-old Barbadian singer-songwriter is busy preparing her 2024-25 comeback tour after solidifying a $32 million deal with Live Nation. The return will introduce two albums of new music to fans.
“Rihanna is quietly planning a comeback tour after signing with Live Nation,” a source told the outlet. “The deal was created to facilitate a world tour, and her creative team is quietly at work in Los Angeles putting it all together as she raises her family. She’ll press play on the live show once she’s ready to go back to work and has two albums’ worth of material to release once she’s back.”
As previously reported by BLACK ENTERPRISE, RiRi announced plans for a full comeback as she prepared for her highly anticipated Super Bowl halftime performance earlier this year. The “Rude Boy” singer, who has not toured since 2016, said her comeback would include “new music and a tour across North America.” Additionally, she plans to refocus on Fenty Beauty and Savage X Fenty.
BE reported in June that the businesswoman exited her role as CEO of her Savage X Fenty empire to focus on her role as a mother of two, but remained working as the lead ambassador for the brand.
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The “Love on the Brain” artist has been spending quality time raising her and partner A$AP Rocky’s two children, Rza Athelston Mayers and Riot Rose Mayers, who the singer revealed during her Feb. 12 Super Bowl performance, according to Mirror. The singer made her return to music in 2022 with her Black Panther: Wakanda Forever song, “Lift Me Up.”
Through Fenty Beauty, which Rihanna co-owns with French luxury retailer LVMH, Mirror reported she has become a billionaire, and the world’s wealthiest female musician.