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Turn the music up! It's another new song from Rihanna.

After hearing snippets of "American Oxygen" on several commercials promoting the NCAA basketball tournament, fans attending the March Madness Music Fest Saturday night finally heard the song from start to finish.

"Breathe out, breathe in / This American oxygen," she sings in the opening moments. "Every breath I breathe / Chasing this American dream / Respect for a nickel and dime / Turn it into an empire."

From the looks and sounds of things, fans liked what they heard. In fact, their support proved to be a bit overwhelming for the Barbados beauty.  

"Thank you Indiana!!! I would never forget how much fun I had with you tonight!" she wrote on Twitter after performing her latest track. "You blew me away!!! Thank you man!! One love always"

She added, "And you SANG EVERY F--KING WORD!!! That s--t give me goosebumps!!!"

So what's the deal on this new track? Turns out that it's a soulful new balled that can only be heard on Jay Z's new membership-based streaming music service called Tidal. On Saturday, Beyoncé also debuted her new track "Die With You" exclusively on the site. Perhaps it's two big reasons to fork over the $10 monthly membership fee.

Putting music aside, RiRi also took time out of her performance to unload on Indiana's controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Although the bill was recently amended, the "Live Your Life" crooner couldn't help but share how upset she still was at the rule.

"Who's feeling these new bulls--t laws that they're trying to pass over here? I say f--k that s--t," she told the crowd as captured in video footage on Facebook. "We're just living our mother--king lives, Indiana."

Andy Cohen, George Takei, Samantha Ronson and Dustin Lance Black have also voiced their anger at the law. Even Miley Cyrus shared her disapproval by calling Indiana Governor Mike Pence an "asshole."