After the ‘Black Is King’ album from Beyonce turned out to be a greater inspiration for African people across various cultures, requests from the fans in Africa started flooding at the songstress to Tour Africa and perform. While the rumors took turns across the music industry, the dance captain of Queen ‘B’, Ashley Everett hinted at a possibility for such a tour very soon.
According to many, the ‘Black Is King’ album is a celebration of Blackness and features songs and music videos from Beyonce’s Afro-centric album The Lion King: The Gift, such as Brown Skin Girl, Already and Power. Following the film’s release on Disney Plus, Beyonce’s fans in Africa united in their droves calling for the singer to announce shows across the continent given she has never properly toured there.
Beyonce’s Twins Rumi and Sir Carter Appears In ‘Black is King’
It’s quite unusual to get a glimpse of queen B’s 3 yr old twins but the kids are now in her new album ‘Black is King.’
It’s quite unusual to get a glimpse of queen B’s 3 yr old twins but the kids are now in her new album ‘Black is King.’ The 23 times recipient of Grammy stated that she showed her boy and girl in two parts.
The pop icon devoted her much anxiety to Disney+ film to Sir. “Dedicated to my son, Sir Carter. And to all our sons and daughters. The sun and the moonbow for you. You are the keys to the kingdom,” a name that flashes at the start of the movie.
She also shared a cute picture of her putting her arms around Sir with a big smile on. Whereas Rumi popped in the movie and it was all girl power. A captivating shot was seen in the movie where Beyonce was with her daughter Rumi and Blue Ivy Carter and her mom Tina Knowles-Lawson all in the same floral dress.
Rumi had her tresses with adorable baby buns as she sat on her mom’s hip and queen B had a safe arm around Blue. It was stunning to see 3 generation women in one frame.
Earlier when there was a sneak of the twins it was from a rare family picture that the singer posted at the start of January. The singer and rapper welcomed Rumi and Sir back in 2017 on June 13th.
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The ‘Black Is King’ which also saw Jay-Z in a guest appearance who made his first in Disney+ on July 31st. other celebs who were part of it were ex Disney Child singer Kelly Rowland, Pharrell Williams, Lupita Nyong’o, Naomi Campbell, and beauty queens Aweng Ade-Chuol and Adut Akech.