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Inside "The Lion King: The Gift"

July 21, 2019

Yemi Alade had a cold.

Last month, the Nigerian star, who recently passed the one-million-subscribers mark on YouTube, flew to Los Angeles to work on a project by Beyoncé. But when Alade landed, she discovered she no longer had a singing voice. “I couldn’t understand what had happened to me,” she says. “I could talk, but I couldn’t even hit the lowest key.”

Panicked, she immediately went into full recovery mode. “I went for a steaming so I could get more moisture,” Alade recalls. “I jacked up on vitamin C. I went in on lemon and ginger. I felt like an herbalist, I was going in on everything.”

When Alade hit the studio the next morning, “the excitement awoke my voice” — she could sing. As a result, she appears twice on Beyoncé‘s The Lion King: The Gift, which is both a companion album to accompany the release of a new version of Disney’s famous film from 1994 and a tribute to several strains of contemporary African pop from one of the United States’ biggest stars. Alade is joined by other Nigerian luminaries: Burna Boy, Tiwa Savage, Tekno, Mr. Eazi, and Wizkid. Beyoncé also looked beyond Nigeria as well, recruiting Shatta Wale (Ghana), Salatiel (Cameroon), Moonchild Sanelly (South Africa), and Busiswa (also South Africa) to contribute to The Gift.

"Spirit" + "Bigger" Music Video

July 19, 2019

Watch “Spirit” + “Bigger” the extended cut from Disney’s The Lion King below!





"The Lion King: The Gift" Out Now!

July 19, 2019

It’s here! Beyoncé’s companion soundtrack to the new live-action Lion King has finally dropped. The soundtrack weaves the voices of Mufasa et al. in with the melodies and polyrhythms of Africa. An extended mix of “MOOD 4 EVA” by Bey, Jay-Z, and Childish Gambino is available exclusively through Tidal. The rest of the album is streaming everywhere. Listen below!


Spirit (Behind The Scenes)

July 18, 2019

In the gallery you'll find behind the scenes photos from the "Spirit" music video.



Beyonce Talks About "The Lion King" Soundtrack in New Interview

July 18, 2019

Watch Beyonce's interview for "The Lion King: Can You Feel The Love Tonight with Robin Roberts" special which aired on ABC.

Beyonce.com: The Lion King London Premiere

July 17, 2019

Beyonce shared photos from "The Lion King" premiere in London on her website and Instagram.






Beyoncé's "Homecoming" Documentary Lands Six Emmy Nominations

July 17, 2019

Beyoncé easily set a personal Emmy best yesterday with six nominations for her Netflix special Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé, outdoing her double-nominated 2016 visual album Lemonade, and the single nominations she received for 2013’s Super Bowl halftime show (short form entertainment) and special class program with husband Jay-Z for On the Run Tour.

Homecoming received nominations in the following categories:

Outstanding Variety Special (Pre-Recorded)
“Carpool Karaoke: When Corden Met McCartney Live From Liverpool” (CBS)
“Hannah Gadsby: Nanette” (Netflix)
“Homecoming: A Film By Beyoncé” (Netflix)
“Springsteen On Broadway” (Netflix)
“Wanda Sykes: Not Normal” (Netflix)

Outstanding Directing for a Variety Special
“Carpool Karaoke: When Corden Met McCartney Live From Liverpool,” CBS (Ben Winston)
“Homecoming: A Film By Beyoncé,” Netflix (Beyonce Knowles-Carter, Ed Burke)
“Live In Front Of A Studio Audience: Norman Lear’s ‘All In The Family’ And ‘The Jeffersons’,” ABC (James Burrows, Andy Fisher)
“Springsteen On Broadway,” Netflix (Thom Zimny)
“The Oscars,” ABC (Glenn Weiss)

Beyoncé Reveales "The Lion King: The Gift" Cover & Tracklist

July 17, 2019

Beyoncé has revealed the tracklist for her new Lion King-inspired album The Lion King: The Gift. Along with several new Beyoncé songs, the LP features contributions from Kendrick Lamar, JAY-Z, Childish Gambino, 070 Shake, Tierra Whack, Pharrell, and more. In addition, there’s a song with JAY and Bey’s daughter Blue Ivy Carter. Check out the the tracklist and cover art below.

The Lion King: The Gift, executive produced by Beyoncé, is out this Friday, July 19 via Parkwood Entertainment/Columbia Records.


"Spirit" Music Video

July 17, 2019

Beyoncé premiered the music video for "Spirit" from "The Lion King"! She wrote: “The spirit of indigenous people and their land is within all of us. We support conservation efforts of these tribes to ensure our precious circle of life.”

Harry's Bar in London (July 14)

July 15, 2019

Beyonce was spotted last night leaving a private party at Harry's Bar in London.

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March 16, 2019

Exclusive Excerpt From New Book Of Beyoncé Essays

In an exclusive excerpt from the essay collection QUEEN BEY: A Celebration of Power and Creativity of Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, former Billboard deputy editor Isabel González Whitaker recalls her experiences interviewing the singer and the immediate warmth and kinship she felt during their interactions over the years in a piece entitled: "Finding La Reina in Queen Bey."

It wasn’t until the third time that I met Beyoncé that she showed me her superpower.

The first two times, in the late nineties, I just said hello at record industry meet and greets, where Destiny’s Child was working hard to get fans to say their names. The third and fourth times were a decade later, in 2008 and 2011, by which time Beyoncé had reached certified solo status, as an artist and in name, and I interviewed her for cover stories for InStyle magazine, where I worked as an editor.

The first time I sat down with her, I was nervous and new to my job, as well as emotionally fragile, having lost my mother a few weeks prior. Beyoncé was my first true superstar inter- view. I remember exactly what I wore because I gave it tons of thought, as you do when you are going to meet an artist you have long admired. But I was also there to get a job done, so I chose a boxy Maria Cornejo black top paired with a black high- waist wool gabardine Stella McCartney skirt, Lucite wedge heels from United Nude, and one of my mom’s chunky necklaces for good luck. My boss told me I looked chic, which was what I was aiming for. Beyoncé complimented my shoes, which is why I’m sitting here now wondering why I ever got rid of them.

I’m sure she could tell I was nervous, though I tried my best to project confidence and stay focused, even as my mind wandered to my mother and how I wished I could tell her how nice Beyoncé was to me, how pretty she was, and to tell her what Beyoncé wore (a green jumpsuit by YSL, my mother’s favorite designer).

Near the end of our allotted hour, sitting next to her on a black leather couch in the industrial photo studio, I glanced at my list of unasked questions and knew I wasn’t going to have time to get to them. I don’t think I appeared flustered, but she picked up on my anxiety nonetheless. When a handler came in to end the interview, Beyoncé told her that we were fine and to give us more time. “Go ahead,” she told me: “Ask what you need to.” I exhaled and thanked her.

The last question of the interview was about her desire to eventually play a superhero in a movie. “What would be your superpower if you could have one in real life?” I asked. “The power to disappear and just watch people,” she replied. “The older I get, I can see what people are going to do—it’s not like I’m psychic, I just have a good read on people. It’s really what I do. I walk into a room and I read people.” On that day, I very much appreciated her superpower.

Each time I’ve met her she’s been warm but with interper- sonal boundaries that convey the hard-working professional she is: firm handshakes, sustained eye contact, focus and attention to the questions. She means business but she’s kind, smiles a lot, and is quick to laugh at herself. What struck me the most though was how supportive she was of me, and it’s why I know her sense of sisterhood is real, that she truly is a woman’s woman.

QUEEN BEY: A Celebration of the Power and Creativity of Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, edited by New York Times editor Veronica Chambers is out now and features essays by Luvvie Ajayi, Edward Enninful, Ebro Darden, Lena Waithe, Michael Eric Dyson, Brittney Cooper and Melissa Harris Perry.
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