Beyonce Releases Date And Artist Collaborations Of “The Gift” Album And Africa Was Featured Massively
The movie lion king is making waves more than its original version. But what is gathering more attention is one of the act whose Nala voice came from, Beyonce.
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Beyonce lending her voice fora character in the movie is one of the most amazing thing that happened to Hollywood this year, but even featuring Africans in her “the gift” album is more amazing than we thought.
Sensation has been up and spiking since the album’s track list release
This could be the touch of god that Afrobeat has long needed. She called this a love letter to Africa.
“I wanted to make sure we found the best talent from Africa and not just use some of the sound or my own interpretation of it,” – Beyonce
This move is directly or indirectly an step to cementing the black excellence fraternity that B. her husband Jay z and other celebrities hold.
Africa was truly and fully represented in everything about this album. From her apparent love for the Afrobeat which triggered the featuring of African arts and the costumes on the music video which was from an African designer, Beyoncé really wanted to amp the African voice beyond what it currently is. After all, Africa is the root.
In one of the tracks, mood 4 eva, Beyonce brought her wedding vows to the song which she featured her hubby Jay Z and Childish Gambino. And in one other track, she reunited with Kendrick Lamar.