Beyoncé has dropped another a capella version of 'Black Parade', the ground-breaking new track she dropped a week ago to mark Juneteenth, the day honoring the end of slavery in the US.
'Black Parade' is co-composed by Jay-Z, just as longtime collaborators Derek Dixie, Caso, and Kaydence. It sees Beyoncé sings about her Southern legacy and womanhood.
The lyrics of 'Black Parade' somehow goes like this: “I’m goin’ back to the South, I’m goin’ back, back, back, back / Where my roots ain’t watered down, growin’, growin’, like a baobab tree”.
Watch: Beyonce BLACK PARADE Diy Acapella
To connect to the track's release, she likewise propelled 'Black Parade', another activity by a similar name, to help Black-owned business.
The Black Parade site includes a directory of Black-owned businesses, goes through her BeyGOOD magnanimous establishment. All returns from the song advantage BeyGOOD's Black Business Impact Fund.
Beyonce, an American singer, has shared impassioned videos, demanding justice for the deaths of both George Floyd and Breonna Taylor. They both are the singer about the higher number of Black coronavirus deaths during Lady Gaga's all-star 'One World: Together At Home' livestream earlier this year.
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