AceShowbiz - Rihanna has unleashed another single from "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" soundtrack. Just two weeks after releasing "Lift Me Up", the Barbadian singer released a new song called "Born Again".
Co-written and produced by The-Dream, the tune was dropped the same day as the movie was released on Friday, November 11. It's also played at the ending credits of the flick.
"I'd give my heart to this place/ I'd give my soul or whatever it takes, never run away/ I've got enough angels to storm the gates, I'm not afraid," RiRi sings in the first verse. "And behold the brave, not have it no other away I miss the emergence and these moments of you The mere reflection of me, that mirror can't change its view."
"Born Again" serves as Rihanna's second single in six years. The singer herself has been celebrating following the release of "Lift Me Up" as it soared to No. 1 on Apple Music in 45 countries. The song also reached number one on Switzerland's Hitparade and top-10 on music charts in various other countries.
In addition, "Lift Me Up" debuted at No. 3 on Spotify with first day streams of 7.605 million. Meanwhile, on U.S. radio, the emotional ballad has hit a seismic all-format audience of 26.613 million, marking the highest Stateside radio debut of the year so far and highest radio launch of the Rihanna's career.
As if it wasn't enough, the song landed at No. 2 on the U.K.'s Official Singles midweeks chart. On Billboard's relaunched Hot Trending Songs chart, which is powered by Twitter and sponsored by Xfinity Mobile, the song stole the No. 1 spot.