Beyoncé has widely surprised her fans by releasing a new song called Black Parade. Singing Sensation has released the number to support black-owned businesses in the coming months, making it highly relevant.
Announcing her fans on Instagram, Beyoncé wrote, “Happy Junathe Weekend! I hope we continue to share happiness and celebrate, even in the midst of conflict.
In the song, co-written with her husband Jay Z, the Houston native sings: “I return to the south, I return to where my roots have not descended.”
This is Beyoncé’s first solo musical since Gift in 2019, her companion album to The Lion King. He recently collaborated with Megan Thee Stallion as a remix of rapper Savage’s viral hit, influenced by Coronavirus as treasurer for Houston residents.
In recent weeks, Beyoncé has spoken about George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement, as well as the global epidemic. She participated in the YouTube video ‘Dear Class of 2020’, delivering a forceful speech that explains one of the main objectives of his art “to show the beauty of blacks to the world, our history, our competence, and value”. She has dedicated herself to black life.”
Beyoncé had previously supported continued protests against racism in the United States. After George Floyd died of American police brutality, she took to Instagram to demand justice for her.
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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.
She also added that she is not just talking to people of color.
“If you are white, black, brown, or something in between, I am sure you will be frustrated with the racism that is happening in the United States right now,” she said.
She said: “There are no human murders.” Those who see color are no less than humans. George is our entire family in humanity. She is our family because he is an American partner. “She explained. Starr along with her mother, Tina Knowles Lawson, carried out the Covid-19 testing effort in her hometown of Houston, Texas.