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Tina Knowles-Lawson says Beyoncé's 'Black Is King' is meant to share beauty of African culture

August 4, 2020 | 6:53 PM GMT
Beyoncé's latest visual album, “Black Is King,” is a reimagining of Disney's “The Lion King," celebrating the cultures and customs of the African diaspora. Tina Knowles-Lawson says one of Beyoncé's intentions was to display Africa's beauty and show Black children the beauty of their culture.