Truth to be told, Beyonce is making out most of her energy in fighting for the rights of the Black Community. Her fame and influence in music have brought changes and anarchy. Her resilience and power have dominated the hearts of women in color. Moreover, she never disappoints and here she is, giving us a taste of revenge and justice through her art in music. How cool is that?
In true Beyonce form, the singer surprised everyone when she released a new song co-written by husband Jay-Z on Juneteenth.
Beyonce fans rendered speechless and really caught in surprise when Queen Bey dropped a surprise single on Juneteenth. The 38-year-old took to Instagram to reveal her latest song, “Black Parade” which was co-written by her husband Jay-Z. The track, which has an overarching theme of empowerment and resilience, centers on the recent Black Lives Matter protests sweeping the nation in the wake of George Floyd‘s tragic death at the hands of police. The song screams power and demands for justice, making the single a trend and a hit few hours of its official release on music platforms.
“Happy Juneteenth Weekend! I hope we continue to share joy and celebrate each other, even in the midst of struggle. Please continue to remember our beauty, strength and power,” she captioned her June 19 Instagram post. “BLACK PARADE celebrates you, your voice and your joy and will benefit Black-owned small businesses.”
Beyonce articulately deliver the message and will make our fist to pump with headbang at the same time. The superstar is rally vocal with her roots in her music but her tracks will always leave an imprint and impact as always.
Happy Juneteenth Weekend! I hope we continue to share joy and celebrate each other, even in the midst of struggle. Please continue to remember our beauty, strength and power. _ “BLACK PARADE” celebrates you, your voice and your joy and will benefit Black-owned small businesses. Click the link in my bio to learn more.
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Just like other musicians that are really voicing out their opinions on social media, Beyonce also initiated causes that will help to seek justice and demand for justified accountability among violators. The untoward incidents made her wake since the beginning and poured it into music.
The “Crazy In Love” hitmaker referenced her roots in the south, specifically Texas, which is one state below Oklahoma where Trump is holding a rally this weekend. “I’m goin’ back to the South … Back where my roots ain’t watered down,” she sings at the beginning of the song. She also sings about police brutality and the George Floyd protests. “Put your fists up in the air, show black love. Need peace and reparation for my people.” Her lyrics are really on point and goosebumps all over the song.
Fans and musicians were so impressed with the lyrical content and the cohesiveness of the track, and not to mention, it’s Beyonce.
It comes as Bey and her fam flew into the Hamptons via private jet to New York’s East Hampton airport. They wore their protective face masks while getting off their plane: Bey carried three-year-old daughter Rumi in her arms, as Jay held on to her twin brother Sir. The couple’s eldest child, daughter Blue Ivy, eight, walked the stairs behind her superstar mom in the first new photos that show the entire Carter family on the move since the COVID-19 quarantine began in March.