- Beyoncé is expected to release her Black Is King music film on July 31, 2020
- The music film will feature songs from Beyoncé's Lion King: The Gift album including the Already song with Shatta Wale
- Ahead of the release, a video of the Already song has popped up online
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American singer Beyoncé is set to release her music film, Black Is King, which features music videos from her The Lion King: The Gift album.
The songs on the album include the banging track with Ghana's Shatta Wale which is titled Already.
Ahead of the official release of Beyoncé's music film on July 31, 2020, a video purporting of her Already to be song with Shatta Wale has popped up online.
The video sighted by YEN.com.gh looks to have been recorded from the screen of a TV and had inscriptions suggesting it might have been recorded in a non-English speaking country, possibly in Asia.
The short clip which could be described as a trailer has Shatta Wale seated on a throne riding on a horse and riding a king with some guards beside.
Beyoncé, on the hand, is seen dancing and singing. She rock many different hairstyles which are African-inspired.
While the video is not very clear and its origin is not known is looks very believable.
It will be recalled that Shatta Wale once confirmed meeting with Beyonce in the USA to film the music video for their Already song.
In an interview, Shatta Wale disclosed that even though he met Beyonce and her daughter Blue Ivy, he did not get to meet her husband Jay Z.
The video comes over a year after the Already song by Beyoncé and Shatta Wale was released by the American singer.
As reported by YEN.com.gh at the time, Beyoncé curated two albums featuring international artistes for the Lion King movie which are called Spirit and The Gift.
It is on The Gift album, released on Friday, July 19, 2019, which had Beyoncé featuring Shatta Wale on the Already. son.
The album also featured other African stars including Burna Boy, Tiwa Savage, Mr Eazi, Tekno, and Yemi Alade.
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