On the heels of the success of "The Lion King," four productions of "Dreamgirls" are slated for Black History Month.
With new music and a visual album, the queen is determined “to shift the global perception of the word black.”
This celebration of “Black ancestry” is a "labor of love," said the director.
"I had to call my grandma,” she added.
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Get ready for the ultimate glow-up.
The ad released just in time for social media to hail it as one of the best to do it in beauty.
'It's a ticklish, kind of, giddy feeling to have someone like Beyoncé shout you out in a song that's so meaningful.'
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Be prepared, these beauties slayed.
The spirit of the movie is making its way to unexpected areas of beauty.
Brown beauties are breaking the internet with empowering Twitter posts.
The Disney tentpole has already earned $531 million worldwide.
The album, which dropped today, includes a number of features from African artists who definitely need to be on your radar.
The soundtrack features artists from the continent along with Tierra Whack, Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell, JAY-Z, and the couple's daughter, Blue Ivy.
Donald Glover Jokes The He Didn't Want 'To Be Looking In Beyoncé's Eyes' While Singing 'Can You Feel the Love Tonight'
The actor rocked a lion suit for his appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!," where he dished on working with Beyoncé and "Atlanta."
Beyoncé and her castmates look great!
In this exclusive clip, we also hear Beyoncé's voice as Nala, encouraging Simba to take what's his—the throne.
After Disney released the film's full sound track, director Jon Favreau confirmed that mysterious track 14 would be a Beyoncé original.