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8 Things You May Have Missed in Beyoncé’s ‘Black Is King’

The visual album is robust with cross-cultural depictions of Black people, art, religion, and fashion

A promotional photo featuring Beyonce from “Black Is King.”
Beyoncé from “Black Is King.” Photo: Travis Matthews

Beyoncé gave us a new version of Nala in last year’s reboot of The Lion King, a reimagining of the original 1994 movie. She curated the accompanying soundtrack, The Lion King: The Gift. And now, the…

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