• A Brief History of Afrobeats

    1 month ago - By Teen Vogue

    Beyoncé's "The Lion King: The Gift" is informed by afrobeats, a genre created decades ago.
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  • From Burna Boy To Tiwa Savage: The African Artists Featured On Beyoncé's ‘The Lion King: The Gift'

    1 month ago - By Essence

    On Friday, Beyoncé released her latest album, inspired by the live-action The Lion King , The Lion King: The Gift .
    Needless to say, fans went into a frenzy upon its release. The project includes features from Tierra Whack, JAY-Z, and the couple's daughter, Blue Ivy, as well as a number Afrobeat and Afropop artists.
    Calling the album “a love letter to Africa,” the Grammy-winning singer and producer tapped into many incredibly talented stars from the continent for the new songs.
    With the inclusion of the amazing African writers and producers behind the project, we've rounded a quick list of...
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  • Beyoncé's Daughter Blue Ivy's Singing Steals The Show On New ‘Lion King' Inspired Album

    1 month ago - By OK!

    Beyoncé and Jay-Z have a young star on their hands! Blue Ivy sings on her mother's new album The Lion King: The Gift and fans are loving it.
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  • Beyoncé Fans Are Losing It On Twitter Over Her ‘Lion King' Inspired Album

    Beyoncé Fans Are Losing It On Twitter Over Her ‘Lion King' Inspired Album

    1 month ago - By StyleCaster

    Ladies, gentleman, distinguished guests, the internet has once again shut down. Twitter's reaction to Beyoncé's forthcoming album “The Lion King: The Gift” is wild. Fans and members of the BeyHive took to the social media platform sharing their astonishment, joy and absolute love of the Grammy winner's new music. The album is also a major celebration of African music excellence, with a slew of artists featured on the album in a collaborative effort with the “Spirit” songstress.
    Beyoncé's album coincides with the release of the latest Disney quasi- live-action adaptation of The Lion King...
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