Rihanna's new video for 'American Oxygen' debuts

Rihanna Performs 'American Oxygen' for the First Time at March Madness Music Festival
Rihanna Performs 'American Oxygen' for the First Time at March Madness Music Festival



New Rihanna music is the best new music.

Rihanna released her new music video for "American Oxygen," but you can only see it through streaming service, TIDAL.

The new video showcases numerous big moments in American history from African-American athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos' powerful fist salute during the 1968 Summer Olympics medal ceremony to the Beatles' U.S. arrival to images of immigrants trying to enter the United States.

Rihanna's new jam definitely communicates a powerful message as she sings lyrics like, "Breathe out, breathe in/ This American oxygen/ Every breath I breathe /Chasing this American dream/ Respect for a nickel and dime/ Turn it into an empire."

Last week the 27-year-old superstar debuted the song during the March Madness Music Fest in Indianapolis.

The Barbados-born babe isn't the first major singer to drop a new video or release a new song on Tidal, the Jay Z backed-streaming service. Madonna and Beyoncé released new singles respectively, with "Ghosttown" and "Die With You."

If you would like to see Rihanna's video, make sure to create a TIDAL account and watch away!

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