LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: A$AP Rocky is pretty excited to see his partner Rihanna live on stage again. The Grammy-nominated rapper spoke with Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1 radio on Wednesday, January 18, as he addressed the ‘Run This Town’ singer’s return with the Super Bowl halftime show. It will be Rihanna’s first public event since the 60th Grammy Awards in 2018. “I’m so glad my lady is back in music and so on and out again. It’s just amazing,” Rocky said. He further added: “The Super Bowl is huge, and she’s creative, she’ll make it, man. I’m excited. I’m more excited than anyone, honestly.”
The couple began dating in November 2020 and shared a friendship that stretched back almost a decade. Rocky and Rihanna welcomed their son in May 2022 and the proud parents can’t help but brag about their eight-month-old baby and their new roles. The 34-year-old rapper also released his new single “Same Problems?”. out of guilt that his songs, which often refer to drugs and parties, could be a factor society is facing now more than ever.
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That can’t be a coincidence, as one of the rapper’s biggest hits, “F—Problems,” celebrated its 10th anniversary and is still a party anthem among his devoted fans. “It’s like trouble, trouble, you know what I mean?” says Rocky jokingly.
During the radio show, the ‘LSD’ singer shared that he’s putting the finishing touches on his forthcoming album and also hinted that Rihanna is also busy digging up something new. The ‘S&M’ singer’s last album, ‘Anti’, was released in 2016, reports People.
Nick Adams recently caught the attention of many when he claimed that his compatriots would love to see singer Kid Rock perform in place of Rihanna at halftime in the Super Bowl. This year’s event will take place on February 12th at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. He tweeted, “The American people want Kid Rock for the Super Bowl Halftime Show, NOT Rihanna.”