Beyoncè voiced Nala in Walt Disney’s The Lion King, but she was not satisfied with just that. She released a companion piece to it The Lion King: The Gift album which became popular straight away.
Beyoncè is a world-famous artist whose music has many grooving. Her album grabbed attention, and Beyoncè is again set to warm the hearts of her enthusiasts. Her documentary titled Making the Gift recently aired on ABC network.
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Beyoncè has always taken pride in her roots, and the behind-the-scenes video shows the same. The video shows Beyoncè working diligently to make the album a hit. She describes the album as her “love letter to Africa.” Beyonce is the writer, director, and producer of the album and it is not wrong to say that she deserves the popularity after all the perseverance.
Beyoncè collaborated with Kendrick Lamar, Childish Gambino and Pharrell Williams for the album. Her music album highlights African artists like Wizkid and Tiwa Savage, Moonchild Sanelly and Shatta Wale, promoting them.
A siren’s song?
The behind the scenes video reveals rare moment captured on camera. It shows the hard work gone into making the album. Beyoncè behind the mike with her alluring vocals has left fans in awe of her talent.
You go, girl!!
Beyoncè’s album has outranked Lion King’s original songs and the ‘Brown Skin Girl’ instantly hit the chord with fans. Beyoncè reveals that she has seen her daughter sing the song and feels proud to have created something which empowers people to revel in their cultural identities.
Her intimate moments with her family will leave you smiling. From the glimpse of her twins to her daughter singing, Beyoncè seems to be handling motherhood brilliantly besides being an awesome singer.
She wants the African perspective to be reflected fairly, and that is the inspiration of her ” love letter to Africa.” Her album is a way for her to maintain the ancestral connection and make peace with her identity.
The behind the scenes video filled with the effort and joy put in the album has people eagerly waiting for more.