The reports began with the most knowledgeable Bey source around–the Beyhive.
Fans noticed 13 unlisted videos were uploaded to the singer’s Vevo page and her iTunes page was down temporarily on March 23. Rumors of an April album release have been bubbling for months, and new updates on her music pages have fans more than thrilled about the unknown project. Lezley McSpadden, Sybrina Fulton, and Samaria Rice will be reportedly holding photos of their slain sons in the video, says Vibe. The children, aged 18, 17, and 12, were killed in incidents with police officers within the past four years.
Mrs. Carter has quietly attended peace rallies with Trayvon Martin’s family in the past and donated money to Ferguson and Baltimore protesters with her husband Jay Z. Sources close to the couple claimed they wanted to maintain a low profile while donating funds and supplies to the Black Lives Matter movement.
Black History Month was kicked off in the best way by Bey, when she dropped the politically charged video for “Formation.” She kept her Black Power theme going the next day with a performance at Super Bowl 50, which honored Malcolm X.
The singer’s “Formation Tour” also begins in April.
Fans are preparing for her new project:
Meanwhile, many critics slammed Beyonce’s new pro-Black message. Police officers have vowed not to work at her shows and politicians have claimed the singer is inciting violence.
Regardless, the show will always go on. Are you ready for Beyonce’s new album?
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SOURCE: Vibe | VIDEO CREDIT: Inform | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty, Twitter