American singer, Beyonce has released the music video for her song ‘Already’. The song which she featured Ghanaian’s dancehall king, Shatta Wale and Major Lazer has been well received globally.
Queen B revealed that the “Already” video shooting started in her backyard and some scenes were shot in the hometown of Shatta Wale, one of the artists that featured in the song in Ghana.
In the video, Beyoncé can be seen in different spots, transversing from nature scenes while her body is decorated in body paint as she is surrounded by choreographers.
The video depicts the uniqueness of being black and it emphasizes every beautiful aspect of the various cultures of Africa, from the dance moves as well as the attires being exposed on a global grand stage.
The energetic singer performed series of popular Nigerian and African dance moves in the video, including the popular Zanku, Gbese and some serious leg work.
Check the video below…
Days After Being Dumped By NCPC, Tonto Dikeh Bags Endorsement Deal, Becomes Face Of A Skincare Product (Photos)
Controversial Nollywood Actress and mother of one have come out to publicly endorse a product while using the opportunity to announce that she is the face of the skincare product.
Recall, the Nigerian Christian Pilgrim Commission had denied appointing her as their Ambassador after Tonto had come out to claim she was made an Ambassador for NCPC.
Taking to her Instagram account, the Actress unveiled herself as the new face of Klleral clear lotion, she wrote; “YOU HAVE BEEN ASKING..
AND I HAVE BEEN LISTENING..
I BRING TO YOU A LUXURY SKIN CARE LINE @KLLERALCLEAR
Beauty is a light in what you apply daily on your skin, regain your skin vitality and its natural complexion with @klleralclear lotion. Delighted to be the face of the New @klleralclear Body Lotion Product.”
View some of the pictures here:
A fan while reacting to the post, prayed that the skincare company won’t come out tomorrow to deny her. Lol…
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