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Beyoncé Releases New Song ‘Black Parade’ In Juneteenth

The Time’s Person of the Year, Beyoncé surprised the world with the song she released in the final hours of Juneteenth, a holiday marking the end of slavery in the United States.

The new song named ‘Black Parade‘ includes forceful lyrics about police brutality & violence, ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement, Black History, and coronavirus pandemic.

The lyrics are as follows:

“Yeah, yeah, I’m for us, all black/ All chrome (Yeah), black-owned (Yeah)


Trust me, they gon’ need an army (Ah)/ Rubber bullets bouncin’ off me (Ah)


Pandemic fly on the runway, in my hazmat/ Judgin’, runnin’ through the house to my art, all black


Black love, we gon’ stay together/ Curtis Mayfield on the speaker (Woo)/ Lil’ Malcolm, Martin mixed with momma Tina (Woo)/ Need another march, lemme call Tamika (Woo)/ Need peace and reparation for my people (Woo)”

Following releasing the song, Beyoncé captioned the music video as follows on Instagram:

 “Happy Juneteenth Weekend! I hope we continue to share joy and celebrate each other, even in the midst of struggle. Please continue to remember our beauty, strength and power.”

And she added:

“‘BLACK PARADE’ celebrates you, your voice and your joy and will benefit Black-owned small businesses.”

In return, her loyal fans left the following comments to show their appreciation:

I really cried!! SHE SAID WE BIRTH KINGS WE BIRH TRIBES!!! ” said, Kelvin Dukes.

We’re beyond honored to have been selected as a part of this project. The culture needs it. Thank you.✨💓” wrote, My Brown Box.

“It’s too good and Blackity Black!!!!” added, Danielle Young.

See below to find the mentioned post and view the music video.

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