Earlier this month Urban Islandz reported that Rihanna would be releasing a new song titled “Private Loving,” which she quietly registered as written by Demarco.
Well, The Navy and the rest of the world can be put at ease as dancehall artiste Demarco confirmed he wrote a song for Rihanna in his interview with Anthony Miller on Entertainment Report. The artiste said, “mi just write some music fi, Rihanna.” The Bajan pop star has not released an album since January 2016, when she released her eighth solo album, Anti, and is harassed daily by her fans for new music. The singer also joins in by reposting memes sent by fans who have been anxiously waiting.
The Barbadian singer has been focusing on her business empire, which consists of her beauty and clothing lines, Fenty and Savage X Fenty. She was recently named the richest female musician in the world as her net worth is now $600 million, much higher than Beyonce’s whose net worth is $470 million.
Her song with Drake “Too Good,” is also number 1 on President Obama’s Summer Playlist which also features Koffee’s “Toast” and Toots and Maytals classic single “54-46 Was My Number”. Even when she isn’t making music, she is constantly in the public eye due to her two-year-long relationship with Saudi billionaire Hassan Jameel.
In an interview earlier this year with Sarah Paulson, when asked about new music Rihanna responded, “It really does suck that it can’t just come out because I’m working on a really fun one right now. I’m really happy with a lot of the material we have so far, but I am not going to put it out until it’s complete,” she continued. “It makes no sense to rush it, but I want it out. I’ve gotten to the point where I’m like, ‘Even if I don’t have the time to shoot videos, I’m going to put an album out.'”
When asked about how much longer fans had to wait Rihanna had this to say, “I wish I knew,” she said. “I have blocked off a solid period of time for the studio next month.”
With this confirmation right from the lips of Demarco, we know the wait is over.
Fans everywhere can finally sing, “The wait is over, the wait is over.”