Beyonce has released an official music video for her “Brown Skin Girl” now. Earlier her visual album was launched with the soundtracks she produced in 2019. After that, the listeners were gifted with the music video The Lion King: The Gift, directed by Jenn Nkiru. Beyonce told that the music video “Brown Skin Girl” was all about her views for Black people and how she views herself.
She stated, “I just think Brown skin, Black coating, shady skin, is so lovely. I just see the spirituality in it. It’s beautiful.” “This was destined to be a confirmation of that. That’s the intent of it, to be an affirmation,” added the Nigerian-British Director.
She also said, “It was so important to me to represent all different shades of brown.”
The video includes Blue Ivy, the daughter of Bey, as the introduction of the track goes with her gentle voice. Not only her, Blue Ivy’s mother Tina Knowles Lawson, daughter Rumi and Kelly Rowland to have been featured in the video. There is a scene in the video that will make the viewer really emotional.
According to Apple Music, last year “Brown Skin Girl” was the most streamed song by a woman in Sub-Saharan Africa.
The music video was superhit not only because of the beauty of the music but also for its thought.
Beyonce shared, “My emphasis is continuous, how we get to characterize people in a human method, in a complete manner? These are women, irrespective of even skin texture for a moment, these are females.”
Before serving as a focus to Black Is King, “Brown Skin Girl” primarily witnessed on Beyoncé’s 2019 LP The Lion King: The Gift that got itself companion music to Disney’s live-action re-creation of The Lion King. Queen Bey lent the voice of Nala in the reimagining of 1995 classic together with Donald Glover (Simba), Chiwetel Ejiofor (Scar), James Earl Jones (Mufasa) and more.