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From the Artists to the Carters… Here’s a List of All Those Who Featured In Beyoncé’s “Black Is King” Visual Album

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Beyoncé‘s visual album “Black Is King” is probably the most trending topic around the world this week.

The Beyhives are loving every visual of the album, from “Find Your Way Back“, “Mood 4 Eva“, “Don’t Jealous Me“, to “Brown Skin Girl“, and “Already“.

The album, which is a celebration of the African culture, fashion, beauty and a lot more, was not just shot at multiple locations but also features a diverse cast, including cameos from several internationally-renowned stars and Beyoncé’s three children, Blue Ivy, Rumi and Sir Carter.

From Naomi Campbell to Lupita Nyong’o, here’s all the A-listers that appear in Beyoncé’s latest visual album:

Rumi Carter and Tina Knowles Lawson

 

Jay Z and Folajomi ‘FJ’ Akinmurele

 

Canadian singer Jessie Reyez 

Kelly Rowland

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Lupita Nyong’o 

 

Wizkid

 

Yemi Alade 

 

Late Nigerian dancer Kodak

 

Nigeria’s Stephen Ojo, globally known as Papi Ojo

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Quick Testimony! 2019 was a emotional year for me because that year is when I turn 22. I lost my older brother SEDO when he was 22years old in a tragic accident💔. So I naturally wasn’t excited to celebrate my 22nd birthday at all because of fear, anger and a whole lot of emotions that I can’t even explain. But in every situation where satan tries to bring you down, God’s plan will always prevail. On my birthday we shot “Already” and it had to the greatest birthday gift ever🥺. I just thank God that on that day, he gave me a reason to smile, laugh, be thankful for life and enjoy myself. God never forsakes those that puts their trust in him. Thank you @beyonce @kwasifordjour @jaquelknight for this day!!! Y’all don’t even understand how heavy my heart was that day but God used y’all to uplift me 🙏🏿. I love and miss you SEDO, keep watching over me and the family, keep blessing and protecting us. #smileforsedo #danceforsedo #blueman #papiojo #blackisking #beyonce

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South Sudanese-Australian model Adut Akech in “Brown Skin Girl” alongside Naomi Campbell.

Mr Eazi

 

Shatta Wale in “Already” alongside Beyoncé.

 

Tiwa Savage in “Keys to the Kingdom

 

Pharrell Williams in “Water“.

 

Ghana-born US musician and songwriter Lord Afrixana 

US songwriter Nija Charles.

 

South African singer-songwriter Busiswa

 

South African musician Moonchild Sanelly

US rapper Tierra Whack

 

South African model Nandi Madida and South African actor Nyaniso Dzedze

South African actor Warren Masemola,  South African actress Connie Chiume and South African actress Mary Twala.

 

Nambitha Ben-Mazwi and South African-Nigerian actress Lindiwe Dim

5 Comments

  1. jewel

    August 5, 2020 at 1:40 am

    salatiel from Cameroon
    song: water
    he was left out

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  2. Lala

    August 5, 2020 at 12:29 pm

    Wunmi olaiya from Nigeria as well. The lady with grey hair in brown skin girl interlude

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  3. Omoba

    August 5, 2020 at 12:35 pm

    I’m sure those saying trash about Beyonce can now hide their faces in the mud. Instead of them to wait and see the movie they were spitting so much nonsense with audacity

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  4. frenchnaira

    August 5, 2020 at 1:53 pm

    y’all are so disrespectful sometimes. Last year you left Salatiel out of your list one year on you still haven’t corrected your mistake.

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  5. Rufi

    August 5, 2020 at 5:29 pm

    Really BellaNaija… intentionally excluding Salatiel from the list of African collaborators for the second time?🤦🏾‍♀️

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