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Rihanna 'mulling over list of 50 possible guest artists' for her Super Bowl LVII halftime show
Rihanna is  reportedly considering inviting a number of guest performers onstage at at the Super Bowl LVII halftime show on February 12, or if she'll go solo.The 34-year-old new mother and her creative team are mulling over a list of nearly 50 possible names to join her onstage at Arizona's State Farm Stadium for her 12 to 15-minute set - according to TMZ. Sources tell the publication that everyone's she has ever collaborated with is 'fair game' to appear onstage.The nine-time Grammy winner (born Robyn Fenty) has previously collaborated with the likes of Sir Paul McCartney, Kanye West, Britney Spears, Coldplay, Calvin Harris, David Guetta, SZA, Bono, Jay-Z, Drake, and Nicki Minaj. Football's biggest night: Nine-time Grammy winner Rihanna is trying to figure out whether she'll invite guest artists to perform with her at the Super Bowl LVII halftime show on February 12, or if she'll go soloOn Monday night, the Fenty Beauty CEO was spotted heading inside a recording studio in Manhattan with her babydaddy, two-time Grammy nominee A$AP Rocky.Rihanna and the 33-year-old rapper (born Rakim Mayers) welcomed their first child - a son - on May 19, and they might be working on her long-delayed ninth studio album.
Muni Love Delivers a Sultry Blast of Vintage ’90s R&B With ‘Public Displays of Affection’: Album Review
Jem Aswad Senior Music Editor There’s been no shortage of neo-R&B albums over the past few years, but so many of them are led by breathy female singers who feel like they’re singing in your ear — very few have had full-voiced singers at the forefront. And although Muni Long isn’t a belter and does put on the bedroom voice on a couple of tracks, her first full-length album is a blast of vintage ‘90s R&B that isn’t trying to be cute: It’s filled with frank lyrics about of love and sex from an artist who’s been around for more than a minute. Working under the name of Priscilla Renea, Muni has long been a songwriter whose soul and pop smarts helped forge hits such as Ariana Grande’s “Imagine,” Fifth Harmony’s “Worth It,” Rihanna’s “California King Bed,” along with tracks for Mariah Carey, Kelly Clarkson, Madonna, Mary J. Blige, Miranda Lambert, Selena Gomez and more.She released strong albums under that name too — 2009’s “Jukebox” and 2018’s “Coloured” — but neither of those records had the sparkle, innovation and warmth that her songwriting catalog contained. A change of name, an independently-released EP featuring the haunting, quirky hit “Hrs and Hrs,” and suddenly, Muni Long is a new artist with a remarkably seasoned and strong debut album.