9:15 PM PDT 7/30/2020
Gabe Ginsberg, Billboard
Writer, Director and Executive producer of Beyonce’s ‘Black King’ premiere in the world through Disney+ about a year after the theatrical release of “the Lion King”, the remake, in which the singer voiced Nala.
New visual album Beyonce The Black King, arrived Friday (July 31).
The singer initially announced news with a surprise one-minute trailer for the visual album which has been described as a film on its website in June, giving fans a first look at The Lion King-inspired release.
Writer, Director and Executive producer of Beyonce The Black King premiere in the world through Disney+ about a year after the theatrical release The Lion King the remake, which Beyonce voiced Nala.
The Black King based on the music from the film Bey 2019 for animated film, The Lion King: The Gift. Childish Gambino, Kendrick Lamar and Pharrell, Jay-Z and blue ivy Carter all made appearance on the set.
The release promised that the visual album will highlight “the Chronicles of the black families over time” and talk about “beyond the young king’s journey through betrayal, love, and personal fulfillment. The Black King confirmation is a great goal, with lush visuals that celebrate black resistance and culture.”
This story first appeared on Billboard.com.
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