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The Lion King: The Gift [Deluxe Edition] Tracklist:
This is my new favorite album! Beyoncé’s best album yet! 1. Bigger: 10/10 this is one of my favorites on the album; it’s got incredible vocals, and I love how much you hear her voice. It’s a nice slow song with empowering lyrics. 2. Find your way back: 10/10 This song tells a story about remembering to stay strong and know who you are. 3. Dont jealous me: 8/10 I like this one BUT Beyonce isn’t in it. I love Yemi Alade’s part though 4. Ja Ara E: 6/10 good song, but sounds the same after a little bit 5. Nile: 5/10 This song isn’t one of my favorites just because it’s during mufasas funeral in ‘Black is King’ 6. Mood 4 Eva: 10/10 this song is great and Jay Z and Beyonce sound the incredible together 7. Water: 10/10 Pharrell Williams sounds amazing and I love Beyoncé’s part. I didn’t know Salatiel before this album but it all just sounds so cool all together 8. Brown Skin Girl: 10/10 this is another empowering song that tells you not to be ashamed of the color of your skin because you are perfect just the way you were made 9. Keys to the kingdom: 10/10 I didn’t know who Tiwa Savage was before this song, but she sounds awesome 10. Already: 10/10 this is my favorite song on the album. I love Beyoncé’s vocals at the beginning. Another empowering song. 11. Otherside: 8/10 this song is a good slow song, but a man starts rapping in the middle of the song, and I think it would’ve sounded good with just Beyonce. Other than that I love Beyoncé’s part, and the piano and orchestra in the background. 12.my power: 10/10 this is just plain awesome. It’s makes me want to get up and move. Its another empowering song about not letting people get you down. 13. scar: 5/10 this is the only song on the album that I’ll skip... but I’ll still listen to it if it’s on shuffle on one of my playlists 14. Spirit: 10/10 ❤️❤️❤️I just love this song. Beyoncé sounds amazing again. 15. Black parade; extended edition: 8/10 I like the original version a little bit better 16. Find your way back; melo-x remix: 7/10 I like the original version better, but this one still has a cool beat. 17. Black parade: 10/10 I don’t know how to explain why I love this one so much so I’m just going to say she’s amazing again. Hope everyone loves this album as much as I do! This album is about culture, empowerment, and being yourself, so please think before you post something negative, and just think about what you’d be insulting!! Thank you! Queen Bey does it again!!! Thank you sooo much for making this album Beyoncé!!!!! 🧡🧡🧡
A true love letter to Africa! This album is not just a Beyoncé album, so don’t expect it to be. It’s truly a masterpiece that tells a unique version of the lion king! Experience the gift!!
I love everything about it! She is sending a message in her songs. If you clearly listen to it, you will hear what she is saying!! Love it love it love it!!!!! Go head Beyoncé!!! 🎉💃🏽🎉💃🏽🎉💃🏽🎉💞💖💞
In order to be called a queen you should do something important and be classy not trashy .. Never has this women even made a song worth 2cents Zero talent zero skill which should result in zero influence.. Aretha and Gladys QUEENS
This album is a beautiful soundscape that takes you into the story and message of The Lion King. The powerful messages in this album empower so many that have been long taught to undervalue their blackness. In every song, you hear the versatility of Beyonce, the intricacy of her melodies and harmonies, perfectly mixed with the style of her collaborators. Well done again. Decades from now, this record will withstand the test of time as a modern classic.
Beyoncé... just wow... she does it again. Gives us life, art, music, talent, all in one. Better than the bundle deals I get on amazon or Costco/Bj’s. A power house. Thank you for delivering to us once again. With we stand! 🙌😍
A beautiful retelling of the lion king and a beautiful visual album. It was for the culture and if people can’t understand that then 😁😅. As she said it’s not about spreading negativity or to make money off of it or any other BS people will try to say to discredit this masterpiece. The purpose of this visual album was to spin the narrative on the meaning of the word black: black is beautiful, black is smart, black is art; BLACK IS KING👑! Also there are limitless examples of her using her vocals as an instrument and blowing any performer out of the water with this album.
You know if a white person came out with a “movie” for an album and called it White Is King they would be considered racist. But since she is a Black pop star, it’s not considered racist. Today’s society it’s messed up.
The visual aspect was amazing, but each one of these songs stand alone as absolute beautiful works of art. Such a positive, empowering, and genius record. Hopefully I get play brown skinned girl one day to my daughter.
This album is different, and while I prefer groovy jams to bop and dance to, I realize that points need to be made so I purchased it before listening. May we all unite to save our world.
I haven’t heard an album this all over the place since JC Chasez’s Schizophrenic album in 2004. Pick a lane. Has she heard of a place called World Market? You can find tons of albums of music cultivated from all over the world that have more cohesiveness than this album. And the title of the album is clearly some cheap marketing ploy since it has zero to do with the film. Other than My Power and Scar, no real bangers in the batch. Frankly, I get the feeling she never heard world music until she decided to make this album. It did not sound richly diverse and instead sounded like it was going back and forth between Beyoncé pop songs and rap with the same African traditional drum beats you can find on a lot of keyboards. And where’s Sojaboy on this album? He get banned ‘cause of baby love Lisa? Beyoncé should do Beyoncé and not this Jay-Z colab stuff ‘cause it always sounds like a Jay-Z album that she’s hired to do vocal tracks on. I understand she’s gotta let him be the man to keep a happy marriage but she’s gotta shine too.