Spirit Official Music Video: Beyoncé And Daughter Blue Ivy-Carter Look Like Royals In Disney's The Lion King Track
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The official video of Beyoncé's song for Disney's The Lion King, Spirit, is out now! And yes, it is every bit as royal as one expected since the video has Beyoncé with her daughter Blue Ivy! Matching each other in gorgeous lavender-hued ensembles and curly locks, Beyoncé and Blue Ivy look too beautiful for words! Not to mention how phenomenally the diva croons to the tunes of her latest composition. Beyoncé's New Song 'Spirit' For The Lion King Has Been Dropped And It Is Euphonious - Check It Out!

As someone who managed to snag a peek at what Disney's upcoming The Lion King has to offer, I can safely say that the song Spirit is very much a part of the film! The official music video though has been shot at Havasu Falls in the Havasupai Reservation in Arizona. the picturesque beauty of the location teamed with clips from The Lion King and Beyoncé's moves make Spirit a visually pleasing track. You can check it out below! Beyonce In A Hip-High Slit Golden Gown At The Lion King European Premiere Makes Us And The Bey-Hive Go Bonkers! View Pics

If you're a part of the Beyhive, you're already aware of the fact that Beyoncé voices for Nala in the live-action remake of The Lion King. Speaking about her track, Beyoncé told host Robin Roberts on Good Morning America, "The soundtrack is a love letter to Africa and I wanted to make sure we found the best talent from Africa, not just use some of the sounds and did my own interpretation of it," and added, "I wanted it to be authentic to what is beautiful about the music in Africa." Beyonce's Netflix Documentary 'Homecoming': Twitterati Can't Get Enough of this Celebration of Black Culture, Call the Singer a 'Queen of Excellence'

Further explaining how director Jon Favreau wanted to show female strength in the film, the Grammy winner added, "It was important to the director that Nala—and the females in this film—[that] he put Nala right alongside Simba in the big fight... I thought that was really interesting, and very real [laughs] because the women are, you know, we're the fighters!" Well, the diva certainly has a lot to celebrate this week as not only did her track release and her film gears a release but her Netflix documentary, Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé was also nominated at the 2019 Emmys!