It has been a while since Beyoncé (38) let herself be heard with new music, but unannounced, she released a new song on Friday evening. Its name is ‘Black Parade’, and it was released in collaboration with BeyGood, the singer’s organization.
Beyoncé didn’t just release ‘Black Parade’: on June 19, America commemorates the abolition of slavery. So the perfect time for the singer to make a statement.
She also calls on her followers to take part in a campaign that supports black entrepreneurs.
“Happy Juneteenth Weekend!” She writes on Instagram. “I hope we continue to share the joy and celebrate each other, even in the midst of this battle. Remember our beauty and strength.”
The release of ‘Black Parade’ is the singer’s first new song since the soundtrack for ‘The Lion King’ in 2019.