The moment Beyoncé fans have been waiting for is finally here: The 24-time Grammy Award-winning queen of pop has released her hotly anticipated visual album "Black Is King", inspired by "The Lion King", on Disney+.
According to Disney, the visual album, also being called a film, has this official synopsis: "The voyages of Black families, throughout time, are honoured in a tale about a young king's transcendent journey through betrayal, love and self-identity".
It seems critics are joining with fans in their view of Beyonce's Black is King, giving it his star ratings. She generated a ton of buzz when she popped up in the "Spirit" music video. But she's grown up a lot in the a year ago, looking more and more like Bey's doppelganger.
Black pride is the centre of the film, with African artists strongly represented, as Beyonce shares her stage with Tiwa Savage, Wizkid, Mr Eazi, Busiswa, Salatiel, Yemi Alade, Moonchild Sanelly and more.
Beyonce went on to explain that in order to complete the project, she took a deep dive into studying Black history and African tradition. "I worked with a diverse group of very gifted directors and actors and creatives from all over the world to reimagine the story of The Lion King", she said. "So, from my house to Johannesburg to Ghana to London to Belgium to the Grand Canyon - it was truly a journey to bring this film to life".
"Black Is King is an affirmation of a grand goal, with lush visuals that celebrate Black resilience and culture".
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