In the 30-second trailer, Rihanna, donning a statement green coat with a black outfit underneath, stands in an empty room as she takes in comments from the press and her fans.
“Dude, Rihanna, we’ve waited for you,” one voice says.
“It’s been six years since the nine-time Grammy-winner dropped an album,” another adds.
A spotlight shines directly on the singer before she appears to shush the voices with her 2016 hit “Needed Me” playing in the background.
Rihanna sent music fans into a frenzy in September when she posted a photo of what appeared to be her hand holding up a Wilson Duke football, seemingly confirming that she would be headlining Super Bowl LVII.
At the time, Seth Dudowsky, NFL Head of Music, said that he was “thrilled” to collaborate with Rihanna to “bring fans another historic Halftime Show performance.”
“Rihanna is a once-in-a-generation artist who has been a cultural force throughout her career,” Dudowksy told The Hollywood Reporter.
In May, the Grammy-award winner released “Lift Me Up,” her first song in over six years. Rihanna also recently unveiled a Savage X Fenty Game Day collection in anticipation of the big game.