The real meaning of Beyonce's Black Parade

Lawrence Kim
August 3, 2020

Lupita Nyong'o, Kelly Rowland and Naomi Campbell are three of many A-list stars who make appearances in the Disney film.

"Black Is King" can be seen from today on "Disney +", the streaming service is expected to arrive in Brazil still in 2020.

Last night, musician Lizzo threw an elaborate watch party for the premiere of Black Is King-an anticipated musical film created by legendary singer Beyoncé which serves as a digital companion to 2019 album The Lion King.

"We're grateful to Beyonce for this celebration of the black experience", tweeted black culture website essence.com.

There's a special moment on Black Is King in the form of "Brown Skin Girl", Bey's anthem for Black and brown feminine beauty.

Well hello there! Adele, 32, made jaws drop for so many reasons when she posted her newest Instagram photo on Saturday, August 1. Many of us want change.

"I believe that when Black people tell our own stories, we can shift the axis of the world and tell our REAL history of generational wealth and richness of soul that are not told in our history books", she wrote. Bey and Jay-Z's children-Blue Ivy, 8, Rumi Carter, 3, and Sir Carter, also 3-are all featured in Black Is King, marking a rare glimpse at Bey's twins.

Since that Grammy-winning work Beyonce has prized the visual at the forefront of her art, no longer focused on dominating the pop charts.

Adele looked absolutely glowing in her latest social media photo where she heaped a ton of praise on the one and only Beyonce!

"They must also speak about how it's now profitable to do such gimmicks". She added, "Black Is King means black is regal and rich, in history, in goal, and in lineage".

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