"Black is King", which reimagines the story of the "The Lion King" movie with humans, is meant to "shift the global perception of the word Black", the R&B singer said in a message marking its release.
In the first snap Adele shared last month, she was pictured squatting beside her television in a pair of cosy grey jogging bottoms which she paired with a white T-shirt while pointing an electronic handheld fan towards her face.
The star looked nearly unrecognisable as she flaunted a new hairstyle and a slender figure while watching Beyonce's new visual album Black is King. Lupita Nyong'o, Kelly Rowland and Naomi Campbell are three of many A-list stars who make appearances in the Disney film.
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Yesterday, the 24-time Grammy Award-winner dropped the official video for her song Already from Black is King. But the representation doesn't stop there (nor should it; hopefully, Black Is King becomes proscriptive for this mission).
"We're grateful to Beyonce for this celebration of the black experience", tweeted black culture website essence.com.
Adele has reportedly achieved her dramatic weight loss through a change in diet and an exercise regime. Stay tuned for more Beyonce family news!
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We're just blessed to have this "gift" from Beyoncé.
"Black excellence is a form of protest".
The highly stylized visual narrative released on the Disney Plus streaming platform runs an hour and 25 minutes and, akin to "The Lion King", tells the story of a young boy who navigates an onerous world, finding himself far from his family. "And, you make them stand up for themselves and I love you".
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