Kanye West and Rihanna’s Single Burst Charts After 13 Years, Thanks to Super Bowl

Kanye West and Rihanna’s Single Burst Charts After 13 Years, Thanks to Super Bowl

Despite being stuck in a web of controversies right now, Kanye West’s music still rules the hearts of his fans. When Rihanna performed at the Super Bowl 2023, fans remembered the American rapper. While the 34-year-old singer has created music with Ye, Jay Z, and many more artists in the hip-hop genre, she sang All Of The Lights, her collaboration with Ye in her halftime show. However, not only the controversial rapper was trending but also the song burst the charts.

At the Super Bowl 2023, the ‘Diamonds’ singer also revealed her pregnancy. Dressed in all red, the singer gave a thrilling performance. While shining bright during her performance, Rihanna sang ‘All Of The Lights’, and fans went crazy. Although the audience missed Kanye West during Riri’s performance, the song kicked off the charts and resurfaced after 13 years. The song was released in 2011 as the 4th single from Ye’s fifth studio album. And now, after 13 years, the song is trending at #1 on the iTunes Hip-Hop charts.

While the fandom danced and enjoyed the energetic and powerful performance by the ‘Woo’ singer, they also missed the rapper. Fans made him a trending entity on Twitter as Riri sang the song by Kanye West. But why do people love the song very much?

ALSO READ: 10/10! Excited Fans Rate Rihanna’s Superbowl Halftime Performance as Singer Announced Pregnancy on Stage

The song that Rihanna sang is a fan-favorite track

The song is from Ye’s album named My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, released in 2010. Interestingly, the song features several artists like Drake, John Legend, Rihanna, Alicia Keys, La Roux, Kid Cudi, and more. It was a global success and broke the charts as well. It secured #18 on the Billboard Hot 100 and the 59th most popular song of the year 2011. Securing #2 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart in the USA, the song also became the 12th most popular song on that very chart in 2011.

Not only ranks but the song also secured many awards, too. It bagged the Grammy Awards for Best Rap Song and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration. It also got a nomination for the Song of the Year at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards. This massively successful song was also performed by Ye and the ‘Umbrella’ singer at the NBA All-Star Game in 2011.

ALSO READ: WATCH: Rihanna Teases in Black Dress Ahead of Her Super Bowl Halftime Show Performance

No wonder the song resurfaced after the Super Bowl performance. Are you also a fan of Rihanna and Ye? Listen to Riri’s music on Spotify and share your favorite track by the singer.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *