Rihanna is about to make up for a lot of lost time, and members of her Navy stan club couldn’t be happier. The Bad Gal is not only set to headline the Super Bowl halftime show in 2023, she’s also heading out on a stadium tour shortly thereafter. But, before all of that, Rihanna is going to make an epic return to music on Oct. 28 with a highly anticipated new track that will be featured on Marvel’s Black Panther sequel, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. If that’s not enough to get people excited, fans were gassed to learn that Wakanda Forever features not one, but TWO new songs by the Bajan pop star in the film’s ending credits.

Most fans were already made aware of the first song, “Lift Me Up,” which was announced earlier this week. Rihanna co-wrote “Lift Me Up,” a ballad, with Nigerian singer Tems

The 34-year-old shared the cover art for the track, which is set for a midnight release. 

RiRi also included a link that prompts fans to presave the song on various streaming platforms.

According to New York Times writer Kyle Buchanan, viewers watching Wakanda Forever in theaters will hear Rihanna’s “Lift Me Up” first, and then they’ll be introduced to her second new track, “Born Again.”

As with the first new release, “Born Again” is also a ballad. This time, Rihanna taps The-Dream for production.

Pop culture expert Sam A. of That Grape Juice, who attended the New York screening, added that James Fauntleroy had a hand in the “Born Again” track as well.

Buchanan said the new Rihanna songs might be Oscar contenders. How’s that for a comeback?

Fans were thrilled to know that the singer is finally giving them what they’ve wanted.

Yes, two @rihannasongs! Omgggggg, I’m so hyped about Friday and then also hyped to see the actual film. And, I’m hoping their is an end credit scene too!!” one fan wrote. 

“Hell yeahhh the dream also made umbrella so born again gonna be a bop,” another tweeted.

Though “Lift Me Up” drops tomorrow, you still have to wait a few weeks to watch Wakanda Forever — it hits theaters Nov. 11.