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Beyonce Visits Africa for ‚Making the Gift‘ Film

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Beyonce could give her fans a behind-the-scenes documentary for every project she completes and it still wouldn’t be enough for the Hive, but Monday night’s (Sept. 16) airing of Making The Gift ought to tide them over until the next album. 

Beyonce opens the film speaking on the intuitive connection she feels whenever a trip to Africa is on the itinerary and her goals that her three children experience the same. “It’s like I’m making peace with the part of me that’s yearning for an ancestral connection,” she shares as a variety of clips flash across the screen. There are dancers dressed in flowy garments, heavily pigmented outfits against the minimal beauty of a number of African landscapes. If The Gift is nothing else, it certainly is timely. 

Afrobeat was a force, both this year and last, with artists like Davido and Afro B on the frontlines of the movement in 2018 and Burna Boy (who is blessed with his own song on The Gift) leading the charge in 2019. Rhythms clearly inspired by African drums have popped up everywhere within the last couple of years, so The Gift was a win since inception. 

But to be fair, it is a solid album — whose main criticism is the fact that it mainly pulled from the continent’s west side for talent and inspiration. Seems that the Parkwood team made a note and was sure to include all of the countries the Knowles-Carters visited in the film, including Kenya, Burundi, Egypt and Ethiopia — all in Eastern Africa. There’s even a moment once they return to the States, where Blue Ivy explains the significance of the beading in the Kenyan headdress  she wore to her grandmother’s Wearable Art Gala back in June 2019.  

The album, which Beyonce calls her “love letter to Africa,” is inspired by the movie as well as time spent on the continent throughout her 20-plus year career. She reveals that she was overwhelmed by the offer from Disney to co-star as the voice of Nala, claiming The Lion King to be her favorite movie as a child.

“I didn’t wanna take away the grit and the reality,” she insists. “Because there are very real life lessons on The Lion King. I did not want to water it down or lose the authenticity of Africa and it all starts with the drum beat and the groove.”

“It was also really important to me that the music was not the typical soundtrack but something that kids felt safe and excited about sharing with their parents as well as their parents [wanting to share] with their kids.”

Throughout the film, we catch glimpses of the rarely-seen Carter twins, quick peeks that feel intimate, more than a few moments long, with Beyonce testing Rumi on animal sounds. We see Blue Ivy growing into a young lady who finds no real use for the written lyrics of “Brown Skin Girl” — as her mom holds the paper, she merely glances at it and sings it all into the mic from memory. 

Throughout the film, Beyonce shows us her process: she scats until something clicks in front of the mic. She hits long runs with her voice, again and again. At one point toward the end of the documentary, she sits and a piano and tenderly sings the lyrics to “Spirit” with only the keys backing her vocals. It always goes back to the music.

“Kendrick sent me something back that sounded like your subconscious,” she explained. “It felt like that moment before you pass on, where your life sort of flashes and you’re fighting for your life.” What a way to describe a K Dot verse.

The spotlight is also on each and every one of the up-and-coming African stars included on the album, from producers Lord Afrixana and Shizzi to Moonchild Sanelly, Tiwa Savage and Shatta Wale. Beyonce reveals in Making of that the team didn’t have a lot of time to put the project together but those with a certain level of passion, came to Parkwood Entertainment in Los Angeles, ready to work. “When I saw all these people,” Shizzi says, “Then it was real, it felt like home a little bit.”






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‘DWTS’: Fifth Harmony’s Ally Brooke Dances to ‚Work From Home‘

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Dancing With the Stars is back on our screens, and Ally Brooke lit up the dancefloor on opening night.

The former Fifth Harmony’s singer and her partner Sasha Farber performed a cha cha for Monday night’s Season 28 premiere.

She knew the score as well as anyone; the pair performed to 5H’s „Work From Home,“ which hit No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 back in 2016. 

Fans loved it, judges not so much, scoring the dancers 5 (from Carrie Ann), 5 (from Len) and 6 (Bruno) for a total of 16.

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Sam Fender’s ‚Hypersonic Missiles‘ on Target For U.K. No. 1

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Sam Fender’s Hypersonic Missiles (Polydor) is right on target for the U.K. chart crown.

The 25-year-old Newcastle singer and songwriter, who won the Brits Critics‘ Choice for 2019, an award previously won by Adele, Sam Smith and Florence + the Machine, takes a substantial lead on the Official U.K. Albums Chart Update with his debut LP.

Hypersonic Missiles is outselling the rest of the top 5 combined, according to the OCC, and is over 21,000 combined chart sales ahead of nearest rival, Post Malone’s Hollywood’s Bleeding (Republic Records), which dips 1-2.

Also on the midweek chart, Scottish artist Emeli Sande is eyeing a third top 10 album as Real Life (EMI) starts at No. 4, while Boston alternative rock legends Pixies are aiming for a sixth top 10, with Beneath the Eyrie (Infectious Music) opening at No. 5.

Meanwhile, The Lumineers could score a third top 10 with III (Decca), their third album which starts at No. 6, as metal vets Korn chase a fourth top 10 with The Nothing (Asylum), new at No. 7.

British singer and producer Charli XCX could earn a career-best when the Official U.K. Albums Chart is published this Friday. Her third release Charli (Asylum) starts at No. 10, well up from the No. 15 peak of her 2015 set Sucker.

There’s been some action at the point end of the Official Singles Chart Update, where Ed Sheeran and Stormzy’s “Take Me Back to London” (Asylum) takes top spot from “Don’t Call Me Angel” (Polydor/RCA/Republic Records), the Charlie’s Angels pop super-collaboration from Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey, which enjoyed the best start over the weekend.

Kygo’s cover of „Higher Love“ (Columbia/Kygo) featuring the late Whitney Houston comes in at No. 3. 






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