Beyonce will release the album “The Lion King: The Gift”, a collection of songs written by African artists


The album, to be released by Parkwood Entertainment / Columbia Records, will include a song written by Beyoncé, entitled “Spirit,” which will be featured on the soundtrack of the feature that he borrowed his voice.

The singer written with IIya Salmanzadeh and Timothy McKenzie was released Tuesday night after the exclusive Disney movie premiere.

“The Lion King: The Gift” is due to appear on July 19th, the day the product will be released in American cinemas.

Beyoncé said in a statement: “This is a sonic cinema. It’s a new narrative experience. I wanted to do more than find a collection of inspired movie songs. It’s a mixture of genres. It is influenced by everything from R & B to pop, hip-hop and Afro Beat.

She also explained that each song reflects the narrative of the film and gives the listener the opportunity to form his own image.

The official soundtrack, produced by Hans Zimmer and Jon Favreau, will be released by Walt Disney Records on July 11 and includes Beyoncé and Donald Glover’s “Can You Feel the Love Tonight?”, Which has borrowed the voice of Simba in the live-action remake.


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