Rihanna will also take part in the Super Bowl 2023 show, which will be held for the seventh time on Monday, February 13. The performance at the halftime show will be Rihanna's first live performance in seven years.
Important guests will also come to watch Rihanna's performance.
The game at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, will see the Philadelphia Eagles take on the Kansas City Chiefs.
Ahead of the show, Rihanna said there was “something exhilarating” about the challenge of the performance, and she was excited to represent Barbados on the global stage.
She said that following the birth of her son she felt like she could “take on the world” and that it was “important” for him to see her performing.
“When you become a mom, there’s something that just happens where you feel like you could take on the world,” she said at the Apple Music pre-game press conference.
“You can do anything, and the Super Bowl is one of the biggest stages in the world.
“So as scary as that was, because I haven’t been on stage in seven years, there’s something exhilarating about the challenge of it all.
“And it’s important for me to do this, this year it’s important for representation and it’s important for my son to see that.”
A teaser video of Rihanna's performance in the Super Bowl has also been released. In the 30-second clip, the pop star appears with a green fur coat and hair done in a different style.
Rihanna refused to attend the 2019 Super Bowl half-time show. The reason for this is solidarity with former American football player Colin Kaepernick, who became recognised around the world for taking a knee to protest against racial injustice in the US, she has stated.
In October last year, she released the single, Lift Me Up, for blockbuster Marvel sequel Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
The track received wide critical acclaim and scored the singer multiple nominations during this year’s award season including a nod for the best original song Oscar.