Beyonce Drops Surprise Single "Black Parade" In Honour Of Juneteenth

Beyonce Drops Surprise Single

The track about empowerment and resilience centers on the recent Black Lives Matter protests in the wake of the death of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer.

Beyonce has released a surprise new song titled "Black Parade" after she announced that she would support the black-owned businesses with a project by the same name. "Rubber bullets bouncin' off me / Made a picket sign off your picket fence", Beyonce sings. Let us know below, or by hitting us up on Facebook and Twitter! "I'm going back to the South / I'm going back, back, back / Where my roots ain't watered down' Beyonce sings in the opening verse". The thrice AOTY Grammy-robbed icon just dropped a banger called "Black Parade" and it's a boisterous celebration of blackness.

On her website, the insane in Love singer added: "Being Black is your activism".

Alongside the song release, Bey shared a powerful message on her website explaining the song's goal. The triumphant anthem is a declaration of Black excellence and was released in honor of the historic holiday commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States. "Please continue to remember our beauty, strength and power", the 38-year-old wrote on Instagram, as she shared a link to a Black Parade Route page on her website. "We black, baby, that's the reason why they always mad", she says.

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