Beyonce, Blue Ivy & WizKid New Song "Brown Skin Girl" Broke The Internet

Beyonce, Blue Ivy & WizKid New Song

Beyonce, Blue Ivy & WizKid New Song "Brown Skin Girl" Broke The Internet

Beyonce fans have reacted on social media as the singer released her new album, The Lion King: The Gift, on Friday.

The album is inspired by the singer's role as Nala in the reboot of The Lion King and accompanies the film's release in United Kingdom cinemas on Friday.

After the much-anticipation of the hottest album "The Lion King: The Gift", the American singer and songwriter, Beyonce chose to bless fans ears as she dropped a monster hit track titled Brown Skin Girl by Wizkid, Saint Jhn and Blue Ivy Carter.

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"Brown skin girl, your skin just like pearls", the eldest Carter kid sweetly sings at the beginning and end of the four-minute track. The album, in fact, is a separate project from the film's official soundtrack, but that doesn't stop Beyoncé and a cohort of hand-selected talents from telling that timeless story of the Pride Lands through song. Blue Ivy, who is just 7 years old, received her first-ever writing credit for the song, according to Genius!

In sync with the dangerously-anticipated grand silver screen entrance of The Lion King on Friday (July 19), the film's Beyoncé-executively-produced soundtrack has arrived with it and is reigning across streaming services. "I wanted it to be authentic to what is lovely about the music in Africa". Beyoncé voices the character of Nala in the remake of the 1994 animated classic. I wanted to be authentic to what is attractive about the music in Africa", Beyonce explained during The Lion King: "Can You Feel The Love Tonight with Robin Roberts tonight on ABC.

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