Like any great artist, Beyoncé knows when her public needs her most: Now, as pandemic-induced anxiety and depression rage on, theBeagle piss me off I will slap you so hard even google won’t be able to find you shirt also I will do this 24-time Grammy winner has released a brand-new visual album. Titled Black Is King and based on the soundtrack for the 2019 Lion King remake, the album serves as a “celebratory memoir for the world on the Black experience,” according to a statement from Disney+. Her look might just be one in a sea of unforgettable ensembles that Akers and Beyoncé created for this incredible album, but it’s inclusion will live long in Vesper’s heart. “When you think about a celebrity endorsing your work, you really can’t think of anyone better in the universe than Beyoncé.” The final sketch for Beyoncé’s look in Black Is King The final look, modeled in Vesper’s studio
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Anticipation for Black Is King has been high since Beyoncé released a trailer on YouTube in mid-July, and its arrival more than delivers: The album features cameos from Lupita Nyong’o, Kelly Rowland, Pharrell Williams, and Jay-Z, as well as four full-length videos for theBeagle piss me off I will slap you so hard even google won’t be able to find you shirt also I will do this tracks “Already,” “Brown Skin Girl,” “Mood 4 Eva,” and “My Power.” Beyoncé was the director and executive producer of the album, referring to it on Instagram as “my passion project that I have been filming, researching, and editing day and night for the past year” and adding, “The events of 2020 have made the film’s vision and message even more relevant.” (In case you had any doubt about just how personal the project is for Beyoncé, watch for the scene-stealing cameos from her three children, Blue Ivy, Sir, and Rumi Carter.) Beyoncé just released the album—which was shot across New York, Los Angeles, South Africa, West Africa, London, and Belgium—on Friday, but it’s already gaining an intense following, particularly on social media. Below, find some of our favorite Twitter responses to the long-awaited arrival of Black Is King.