The 27-year-old Barbadian singer Robyn Rihanna Fenty known by her stage name Rihanna has debuted her new track single dubbed “American Oxygen” in full at the NCAA March Madness Festival.
The multi-Grammy award winner artist have previously teased the release of the track single in a television advertisement promoting the 2015 NCAA March Madness Festival event last month. Rihanna also sang some of her other hit songs, like “Stay,” “Diamonds,” and “Live Your Life.”
Other than performing her latest single at the 2015 NCAA March Madness Music Fest, RiRi’s fans may only be able to listen to the “American Oxygen” track on Jay Z’s new on-demand music streaming subscription service, Tidal, where it will be offered exclusively to subscribers.
Following her entertaining performance on Saturday night’s NCAA March Madness Festival, the full audio clip of the live track was posted online. The singer later took to micro-blogging and social networking service Twitter to hint at the public release of “American Oxygen” in a response to a fan tweet.
Rihanna was overwhelmed by the positive feedback from her fans the fact that she received in Indiana. She posted a status on her Twitter account how she “would never forget how much fun I had with you tonight!”
The “American Oxygen” is the third track to be taken from Rihanna’s upcoming album, following the hit single “FourFiveSeconds,” featuring the R&B singer Kanye West and the living legend Sir Paul McCartney, and the recently-released “Bitch Better Have My Money.”
The Barbadian singer also recently revealed her plans that she wants to collaborate and record a duet with British singing-sensation Sam Smith in the future.