The album, based on the singer’s soundtrack album “The Lion King: The Gift” for the 2019 Disney movie remake, imagines the lessons from the film for “young kings and queens of today in search of their own crowns, “Disney + said in a release, and it’s a” celebration memoir to the world about the black experience. “
The vibrant film album has been produced over the course of a year and has a varied cast and crew climbing from various locations where it was shot, including New York, Los Angeles, South Africa, West Africa, London and Belgium. .
The singer, who also produced the direction and executive, first unveiled the album trailer on YouTube on July 19, in a video that has already grossed more than 2.7 million view.
The album includes full-length videos for tracks including “My Power,” “Brown Skin Girl,” “Mood 4 Eva” and “Already.”
You can watch the “Already” video, featuring Shatta Wale and Major Lazer and shared with Beyoncé’s official YouTube channel, below.
Beyoncé’s first visual album was the self-titled “Beyoncé,” which came out in 2013, featuring the successful tracks “Drunk In Love” and “XO.”
There was little controversy over the footage and about the Black Panther-esque clothes worn by dancers during the Super Bowl at the time of the track performance.