Beyonc অব surprised by a new song, “Black Parade”, heading to the end of the June holiday and promised an exciting weekend when supporters of the controversial President Donald Trump were gathering in Tulsa
Beyonc লিখে co-wrote and co-produced Derrick Dixie with her husband J-Z as co-writer in “Black Parade” Dixie (a film produced by Beyonc ন Knowles, Emmy-nominated music director of Homecoming), Cadence, Denicia “” @blue_jun ” Andrews and Brittany “@chi_koni” Honey for @Novov among others.
Track about empowerment and resilience centers in protest of the recent Black Live Matter after the death of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer in Minneapolis “Rubber bullets move away from me / make a picket sign by closing your picket fence,” Beyonc গ Guy.
The iconic artist has long referred to the state south of Oklahoma as having its roots as Texans, and the audience traveled to a world he once knew. “I’m going back south … where my roots aren’t watered,” he sings at the top of the track.
After the song, he points to the pride of this community as the world is awakened to the plight of black Americans: “We have got the rhythm / We have got the pride / We are the king of birth / We are the born tribe”. (Listen to the song below.)
Earlier in the day, Baines wrote on Instagram in honor of Juniant: “Happy Junior 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. “
He also posted a directory of black-owned businesses on his website, writing: “Happy Junior. Being black is your activity. Black superiority is a form of protest. Black joy is your right. “The Black Parade continues to benefit Beigad’s Black Business Impact Fund, run by the National Urban League, to help small businesses owned by black owners as needed,” he continued.