Beyoncé’s ‘Lemonade’ Unveils The Power Of Black Girl Magic

Beyoncé drops a juicy ‘Lemonade’ album inspiring black woman from everywhere on the globe.

The ‘Lemonade’ 12-track album was released on HBO over the weekend on Saturday, April 23. The event featured series of stunning music videos built with classy lyrics that only a queen of pop can deliver.

The album featured entirely Black women such as Serena Williams with a dope dance making one of the most beautiful visuals of all time.

Beyoncé perfectly connects each of her tracks by narrating stories that’s touching and more especially to black women. She titles each song as: indifference, rejection, anger, intuition, emptiness, reduction, accountability, reformation, pardon, resurrection and payoff.

The visual album explores issues women experience, particularly black women. In one of her songs titled “Don’t Hurt Yourself”, she invokes the late Malcolm X by quoting one of his speeches: “The most disrespected woman in America is the black woman. The most unprotected person in America is the black woman.”

Some fans even speculate that Beyoncé’s Lemonade album isn’t just to help tell the experience of black people all over the world, but is a “strong reflection of Beyoncé’s own personal story”, one which she hasn’t discussed in public.

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