Rihanna fans….get ready for new music and a forthcoming tour.

It’s been years since Rihanna hit the road or released new music. However, according to new reports, the pop sensation has landed a $32 million deal with promoter giant Live Nation and is planning a huge comeback tour for 2024 and 2025. Additionally, a source told the Daily Mirror that she recorded new music, which is planned to be released ahead of the outing.

“Rihanna is quietly planning a comeback tour after signing with Live Nation,” the source told the publication. “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.”

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There has been no official word from Rihanna or Live Nation at this time.

Rihanna last toured in 2016 to support her eighth studio album, Anti. The 35-year-old has been busy in the meantime; over the last few years, she’s worked to build the Fenty empire, creating a line of makeup and lingerie. Fenty is now worth an estimated $2 billion. She’s also spent time creating a family; in 2022, she welcomed her first child with A$AP Rocky, and during her Super Bowl performance in February, she revealed a second child is on the way.

Since her debut in the early 2000s, Rihanna has gone on to be one of the most recognizable artists in the pop industry. While she started out with records Music of the Sun and Girl Like Me, garnering attention with tracks “SOS” and “Pon de Replay,” it wasn’t until 2007’s Good Girl Gone Bad that she started to receive worldwide recognition with smash hits “Umbrella,” “Shut Up and Drive,” “Don’t Stop the Music,” and “Disturbia.”

She went on to release successful chart-topping hits over the years like “Rude Boy” and “Russian Roulette” from Rated R, “S&M” and “What’s My Name” with Drake from Loud, Talk That Talk‘s “We Found Love” with Calvin Harris, and “Stay” and “Diamonds” from Unapologetic. She’s been named the only artist to have seven consecutive albums each score a number-one single on the Hot 100.

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