- American singer Beyoncé is ready to release a video for her Already song with Shatta Wale
- Beyoncé announced on Twitter the release of her Black Is King movie
- The movie features music videos of her song with others
- Shatta Wale said in 2019 that he had already shot the video with the worldwide music queen
Worldwide music queen Beyonce has announced the release of her Black is King movie.
The movie is said to be a compilation of songs of the American singer including those on which she featured others.
Thus, the music video of her Already song with Shatta Wale will also be released.
Beyoncé dropped a trailer of the movie for her fans to anticipate.
There are others expected to be featured in the movie including Nigeria’s Yemi Alade, Wizkid, and others around Africa.
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Shatta Wale’s fans have reacted to the video and are so proud of him.
Obodai, for instance, hailed Shatta Wale:
9JA also praised Shatta Wale:
Others were happy to see their South African stars being featured:
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Shatta Wale has dominated the headlines with the news of his feature with Beyoncé.
This was part of her Lion King Album which had other African musicians being featured as well.
They included Wizkid, Yemi Alade, Tiwa Savage, and others.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Beyonce graced YouTube's "Dear Class of 2020" and shared some words of advice with the graduates. The music icon was one of the speakers who gave a speech at the event and she shared five profound things about her career and life in general as a black female musician.
Speaking about the secret of her success, she said: "I'm often asked, 'what's your secret to success?'. The shorter answer: Put in that work. There may be more failures than victories. Yes, I've been blessed to have 24 Grammys, but I've lost 46 times. That meant rejection 46 times."
On the purpose of her art, the singer said: "One of the main purposes of my art for many years has been dedicated to showing the beauty of Black people to the world."