Beyoncé just dropped a surprise song titled “Black Parade” to celebrate Juneteenth.
She shared a post on Instagram announcing the release of “Black Parade” with the caption;
“Happy Juneteenth Weekend! I hope we continue to share joy and celebrate each other, even in the midst of struggle. Please continue to remember our beauty, strength and power. “BLACK PARADE” celebrates you, your voice and your joy and will benefit Black-owned small businesses.”
Listen to the song:
Text excluding title courtesy Bellanaija
Jamie Foxx To Play Mike Tyson In New Biopic, Kickstarts Physical Transformation.
Hollywood star, Jamie Foxx will be playing the lead role of Mike Tyson in the legendary boxer’s biopic, Finding Mike.
Acknowleding the announcement, Jamie Foxx also shared an update for his fans – he has started bulking up in readiness for the role.
The actor posted some photos on his Instagram page, showing him visibly buffer, and he wrote:
The transformation begins… “FINDING MIKE”. It is no secret that I have been pursuing the @miketyson biopic for some time… people always ask me when is it going to happen?… things have finally lined up… A few months ago we started the journey… The first but biggest task is to transform the body… with a regiment of pull-ups dips and push-ups we are off to a pretty good start… we have a ways to go but God willing… yesterday on my good friends @markbirnbaum show. I shared these early pics of the process… like I said we have a ways to go… But I am prepared to get there! #swipeleft TYSON!
See Jamie Foxx’s new look below.
Photo Credit: @iamjamiefoxx
Wale Releases Six-Track EP “The Imperfect Storm“
Music superstar, Wale is back with a new music project titled, “The Imperfect Storm“.
The EP is six tracks and appears to address the current ‘Black Lives Matter’ protest happening in the United States, U.K, and around the world.
Larry Gaaga, M.I. Abaga & Efya Release The Star-studded Video for “Hold On”
Larry Gaaga teamed up with Efya and M.I. Abaga for a much-needed song about hope titled “Hold On”. The song says that change is coming, so hold on.
The music video was star studded as it featured DJ Jimmy Jatt, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, Ade Laoye, Cobhams Asuquo, Destiny Amaka, Basketmouth, Funnybone, DJ Neptune, 2Baba, Ehiz, Eedris Abdulkareem, Uzikwendu, Victor AD, and many more.
The stars held up placards talking about Discrimination, Black Lives Matter, Domestic Violence, Suicide, Having Hope, Terrorism, and other issues.