Tems offered her sincere thanks to Barbadian artist Rihanna for her commitment to her new single, which she co-composed, recently.


Interestingly since her 2016 collection, Against, Rihanna, 34, delivered her most memorable new independent tune, ‘Lift Me Up,’ for the movie ‘Dark Puma: Wakanda Perpetually.’

Tems, Rihanna, Ludwig Göransson, and the movie’s chief, Ryan Coogler, worked together on the tune.

It is a recognition for the late Chadwick Boseman, who died in 2020 after a confidential fight with colon malignant growth, which he was determined to have in 2016.

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— Pop Base (@PopBase) December 2, 2021

Tems. 27, composed on her Instagram page that she is thankful to have co-composed the tune to pay tribute to Chadwick Boseman and, surprisingly, more appreciative to have heard the baddest Rihannah voice it flawlessly.

Rihanna answered by going to Tems’ remark segment and pronouncing that it was Tems’ composing skill that did it for her.

‘It’s an ideal pen for me, love to you sistren,’ she said.