If you ever wanted to find out more about Rihanna and what goes into maintaining her position as a musical icon, during an interview with Slash Film and Hot 97, director Peter Berg revealed that his upcoming Rihanna documentary is set to be released within two months.
Berg‘s documentary about the musical icon is three years in the making. The filmmaker calls the Rihanna documentary a “pretty comprehensive profile.” Berg and Rihanna first collaborated on Battleship, which was the singer’s first feature film, and their doc was described as an “unfiltered look into Rihanna’s life and how she’s risen to simple girl from Barbados to a global icon.”
The work ethic, the talent, the hustle that it takes to rise to her level as an artist will be the focus of the documentary.
Berg and his production company, FILM 45, reportedly set out to make a documentary along the lines of D.A. Pennebaker’s classic Bob Dylan doc, Don’t Look Back.
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Beyond making music, Rihanna uses her power as a philanthropist. She is the founder of Clara Lionel Foundation, a nonprofit organization providing healthcare and education to impoverished nations.
The Grammy winner hasn’t released an album in two and a half years, but according to Rolling Stone,she’s working on an ambitious reggae album and switching up her styles as bit.