The producers were impressed by the “vibrant visual style” of Bazawule’s 2018 Netflix feature "The Burial Of Kojo."
The only female director in Beyoncé's "Black Is King" also explains why her video embraced the albino and South Asian communities.
The visual album is sparking hair and makeup trends among fans and professional artists across the globe.
'Black Is King' Director Kwasi Fordjour On Creating Beauty, The Critics And Merging The Diaspora Gap
“My first reaction to the criticism is that this film is a mixture of fiction and reality," he told ESSENCE.
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"It wasn't for them just a hairstyle. There was a story behind it," he says.
ESSENCE’s senior entertainment editor Joi-Marie McKenzie connects Bey’s latest visual album to the long-suffering question that’s endured in Black American spaces.
Burundian writer Judicaelle Irakoze pens a warning to Beyoncé’s fans, reminding them that "we don’t have to be associated with a monarchy to matter."
The superstar capped off her brilliant "Black Is King" film with a beautiful dedication to her baby boy.
With new music and a visual album, the queen is determined “to shift the global perception of the word black.”
We can't wait to see 8-year-old Blue shine in her mom Beyoncé's new film.
The messages have become bolder throughout the years, but they've always been there.
This celebration of “Black ancestry” is a "labor of love," said the director.