Black Parade – Beyonce

"Espero que sigamos compartiendo alegría y celebrándonos, incluso en medio de la lucha", escribió en una publicación de Instagram. "Por favor, sigue recordando nuestra belleza, fuerza y poder".

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Black Parade es su primer lanzamiento en solitario desde Homecoming el año pasado, un álbum en vivo y un documental que cubre su exitosa actuación en Coachella en 2018; y The Lion King: The Gift, que acompañó el remake de acción en vivo de Disney de su animación clásica. Beyoncé ha lanzado dos canciones este 2020.

La canción fue lanzada el 16 de junio, un feriado que marca el fin oficial de la esclavitud en los Estados Unidos bajo los nombres del Día de la Emancipación o el Día de la Independencia Negra.

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En un video en su Instagram, dijo que se sentía “broken and upset” y exigió justicia para el Sr. Floyd, quien murió después de que un oficial de policía se arrodilló en su cuello durante casi nueve minutos.

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“No más asesinatos sin sentido de seres humanos”, dijo. “No más ver a las personas de color como menos que humanos. Ya no podemos mirar para otro lado”.
“Continúe orando por la paz, la compasión y la curación en nuestro país.

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In honor of Juneteenth -a holiday commemorating the emancipation of slaves in the United States-Beyoncé surprised fans with her new song “Black Parade” late Friday night. The track, produced by Derek Dixie, is a celebration of Blackness. Beyoncé raps and sings about her hometown, Black culture, and womanhood.

Las ganancias de la pista irán a su organización benéfica, Black Business Impact Fund. “‘ Black Parade “lo celebra a usted, su voz y su alegría, y beneficiará a las pequeñas empresas propiedad de negros”.

Black Parade – Beyonce

[Intro]
Ah

[Verse 1]
I’m goin’ back to the South
I’m goin’ back, back, back, back
Where my roots ain’t watered down
Growin’, growin’ like a Baobab tree
Of life on fertile ground, ancestors put me on game
Ankh charm on gold chains, with my Oshun energy, oh
Drip all on me, woo, Ankara Dashiki print
Hol’ up, don’t I smell like such a nag champa incense?
Yeah, pure ice (Ice), ice (Ice), buss down
Uh, flooded (Flooded), flooded (Flooded), on my wrist, out
Ooh, goin’ up, goin’ up, motherland, motherland drip on me
Ooh, melanin, melanin, my drip is skin deep, like
Ooh, motherland, motherland, motherland, motherland drip on me
Ooh, yeah, I can’t forget my history is her-story, yeah
Being black, maybe that’s the reason why
They always mad, yeah, they always mad, yeah
Been past ’em, I know that’s the reason why
They all big mad and they always have been

[Chorus]
Honey, come around my way, around my hive
Whenever mama say so, mama say
Here I come on my throne, sittin’ high
Follow my parade, oh, my parade
Talkin’ slick to my folk (My folk), nip that lip like lipo (Lipo)
You hear them swarmin’, right? Bees is known to bite
Now here we come on our thrones, sittin’ high
Follow my parade, oh, my parade

[Verse 2]
Yeah, yeah, I’m for us, all black
All chrome (Yeah), black-owned (Yeah)
Black tints (Yeah), matte black (Yeah, yeah)
Roll by, my window down, let ’em see who in it
Crack a big smile (Ding)
Go figure, me and Jigga, fifty ‘leven children
They like, “Chick, how?”
I charge my crystals in a full moon
You could send them missiles, I’ma send my goons
Baby sister reppin’ Yemaya (Yemaya)
Trust me, they gon’ need an army (Ah)
Rubber bullets bouncin’ off me (Ah)
Made a picket sign off your picket fence (Ah)
Take it as a warning (Ah, ah)
Waist beads from Yoruba (Woo)
Four hunnid billi’, Mansa Musa (Woo)
Stroll line to the barbeque
Put us any-damn-where, we gon’ make it look cute
Pandemic fly on the runway, in my hazmat
Children’ runnin’ through the house to my art, all black
Ancestors on the wall, let the ghosts chit-chat
(Ancestors on the wall, let the ghosts chit-chat)
Hold my hands, we gon’ pray together
Lay down, face down in the gravel
Woo, wearin’ all attire white to the funeral
Black love, we gon’ stay together
Curtis Mayfield on the speaker (Woo)
Lil’ Malcolm, Martin mixed with mama Tina (Woo)
Need another march, lemme call Tamika (Woo)
Need peace and reparation for my people (Woo)
Fuck these laid edges, I’ma let it shrivel up (Shrivel up)
Fuck this fade and waves, I’ma let it dread all up (Dread all up)
Put your fist up in the air, show black love (Show black love)
Motherland drip on me, motherland, motherland drip on me

[Chorus]
Honey, come around my way, around my hive
Whenever mama say so, mama say
Here I come on my throne, sittin’ high
Follow my parade, oh, my parade
Talkin’ slick to my folk (My folk), nip that lip like lipo (Lipo)
Hear ’em swarmin’, right? (Zz) Bees is known to bite (Zz, zz)
Now here we come on our thrones, sittin’ high
Follow my parade, oh, my parade

[Bridge]
We got rhythm (We got rhythm), we got pride (We got pride)
We birth kings (We birth kings), we birth tribes (We birth tribes)
Holy river (Holy river), holy tongue (Holy tongue)
Speak the glory (Speak the glory), feel the love (Feel the love)
Motherland, motherland drip on me, hey, hey, hey
Motherland, motherland drip on me, hey, hey, hey
I can’t forget my history, it’s her-story
Motherland drip on me, motherland, motherland drip on me

[Chorus]
Honey, come around my way, around my hive (My)
Whenever mama say so (Hey), mama say (Hey, hey)
Here I come on my throne, sittin’ high (High)
Follow my parade, oh, my parade (Hey, hey, hey)
Talkin’ slick to my folk (My folk), nip that lip like lipo (Lipo)
Hear ’em swarmin’, right? (Zz) Bees is known to bite (Zz, zz)
Now here we come on our thrones, sittin’ high
Follow my parade, oh, black parade

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