Rihanna releases first music in three years as she features on PartyNextDoor’s new single

Rihanna sent fans into meltdown as she finally made her return to music, almost three years after her last release.

The We Found Love singer, 32, features on PartyNextDoor's new single Believe It.

"Babe, best make me believe it / Believe you won't deceive me," she sings throughout the chorus.

The last time she featured on a song was on N.E.R.D.'s track Lemon all the way back in November 2017, but she hasn't released her own songs since her hit 2016 album Anti.

And although she doesn't say much on PartyNextDoor's new song, fans are thrilled she's finally releasing new music.

Rihanna has released her first music in three years
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She features on PartyNextDoor's new single Believe It

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One tweeted: "2020 is officially saved. @rihanna made more music."

"So Rihanna's singing again…it's been 84 years," another posted.

A third said: " Rihanna trending #1 in the us and #2 worldwide for repeating 5 words for the entire song is just a power that some girls can never reach."

Rihanna sings the chorus on PartyNextDoor's track
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"Man, @rihanna is finally back!!! can’t wait to hear more from her," a fourth posted.

Rihanna previously collaborated with PartyNextDoor on her smash hit single Work.

It was her 14th song to top the Billboard Hot 100 charts.

The last time she featured on a song was on N.E.R.D.'s track Lemon all the way back in November 2017
(Image: Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images)

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It comes after Rihanna generously donated £4million ($5million) to help fund people on the frontline working to tackle coronavirus.

The huge sum of cash will help communities have medical supplies and equipment as well as access to food across multiple regions.

She's also pledged the money to help the elderly in the US and supporting testing and care facilities in Haiti and Malawi.

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