Friday, 07 August, 2020

Beyonces Black Is King hopes to shift perception of being Black

A still from “Find Your Way Back” A still from “Find Your Way Back”. Image Disney
Adrian Cunningham | 02 August, 2020, 13:40

Adele and Beyonce have shared a close friendship for many years, with the former famously giving Beyoncé an emotional shout-out when she won the Album Of The Year gong for 25 at the 2017 Grammys.

Adele took social media by storm anew as she celebrated Beyonce's visual album "Black Is King". The "Rolling In The Deep" singer looked absolutely breathtaking without a stitch of makeup on in the snap where she sported a gorgeous curly hairdo, far different from the usual straight hairstyle she's been rocking for years. "Her face looks completely different".

A third chimed in and questioned whether it was even "Adele in the picture?"

Adele proved that she was part of the Beyhive and celebrated the singer's visual film by wearing the same outfit as her and sharing it on her Instagram.

"Thank you for the birthday love".

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Adele debuted her slimmed-down new look in October a year ago, a month after she filed for divorce from entrepreneur Simon Konecki.

There is no doubt that singer Adele is fantastic. It's said that the singer followed the Sirtfood diet.

"There's no secret, I didn't help with any diet". The first week is pretty intense - it's a lot of green juice, and 1000 calories a day.

According to People, Adele's transformation is so she can be the best mother possible to her seven-year-old son Angelo with whom she shares with her ex husband Konecki. This post also showed us her incredible weight loss, and we are stunned!

And although the album has faced some backlash from overseas for African images some thought were stereotypical, many Twitter users - including Ghanaian singer Shatta Wale, who is featured on the track "Already" - responded well to its portrayal of African nations.