Leisure of Saturday, 1 August 2020
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GhanaWeb TV’s Bloggers’ Discussion board assembles some arts and leisure journalists and analysts to share their views on Beyonce’s ‘Already’ music video that features Ghana’s Shatta Wale.
Touted as the most important collaboration at any time for any Ghanaian artiste, the tune was unveiled a year back but experienced its formal video unveiled on July 31, 2020.
So much, the video clip has garnered in excess of 3 million sights and has stoked discussion on equally regular and digital media spaces. The movie was released forward of the 24-time Grammy Award-successful queen of pop’s ‘Black is King’ project.
‘Black is King’ is a musical movie and visible album which was mainly directed, created and government created by American singer Beyoncé.
The film serves as a visible companion to the 2019 album The Lion King: The Gift, a tie-in album curated by Beyoncé for the 2019 remake of The Lion King.
Aside from Shatta Wale, there other Ghanaians who also contributed to the building of the ‘Black is King’ film. They include things like Samuel Bazawule, commonly recognized as Blitz the Ambassador, a Ghanaian hip-hop artiste, filmmaker, and visible artiste based mostly in Brooklyn, New York and Emmanuel Adjei, a Ghanaian-Dutch filmmaker and visible artist, whose perform has explored the realms among movie, songs movie, and artwork set up.
What does this signify to Ghana? Is the applause enough?
The online video below is an episode of GhanaWeb TV’s Bloggers’ Discussion board hosted by Abrantepa. It captures the assessment of some well known arts and entertainment journalists in Ghana as regards the ‘Already’ video and the Black is King task.
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