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Beyonce’s New Short Film “Black Is King” Will Address Racism And Social Injustice

Grammy award-winning singer Beyonce is set to release a short-film tagged “Black Is King”. Centered around race, this film will address some political and social issues. It comes as a companion project to “The Lion King: The Gift Album” that was released in 2019.


According to reports, the film will be a visual work for her latest album which featured a host of African singers and entertainers. While many are sharing how much they are expecting to see the work, many others have applauded the singer for using her voice and platform to speak against social injustices.

Beyonce Is Set To Release Her Short Film "Black Is King"

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The film is set to be released on the 1st of July. The film will showcase spoken words by the singer and music from her ‘Lion King: The Gift album’. Produced and directed by Beyonce, the film will also feature Ghanaian singer and rapper Shatta Wale and will be released on Disney Plus.



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