5 Tracks Nigerians Love On Beyonce’s ‘Lion King’ Album – Wizkid’s ‘Brown Skin Girl’ Tops!

Beyonce’s latest body of work ‘The Lion King: The Gift’ is finally out, and Nigerians are so excited!

It dropped Friday, July 19, 2019, serving several features with Nigerian artists like Wizkid, Burna Boy, Tiwa Savage, and a host of other African acts. Since the moment it dropped, it has been a constant trend on Nigerian Twitter as fans have referred to it as ‘inspiring’ and ‘emotional.’


Inspired by the 2019 remake of the classic Disney movie ‘Lion King,’ which is currently showing in cinemas nationwide, the album ‘Lion King: The Gift’ comes with a line up of incredible music acts.

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It features Wizkid on a song titled, ‘Brown skin girl,’ alongside Beyonce’s first child, Blue Ivy Carter, Beyonce, and Saint Jhn.  Mr Eazi, Yemi Alade, Burna Boy, Tiwa Savage, and Tekno all add an interesting mix to the album in ‘Ja ara e,’ ‘Don’t jealous me’ and ‘Keys to the Kingdom.’

Check out the top 5 tracks Nigerians love on Beyonce’s Lion King Album below:

1. Brown skin girl ft. Wizkid

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In this track, Beyonce praised black women and their skin colour. Nigerians were amazed at the depth of emotions Wizkid and Beyonce were able to bring to the surface and they have taken to twitter to share their reactions.




2. Ja ara e feat. Burnaboy

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Burna Boy took Nigerians to a higher level of euphoria when it was revealed that he was the only one to sing a solo on the album. Check out some twitter reactions below:


3. The Nile ft. Kendrick Lamar


One of the biggest rappers in the world, Kendrick Lamar nailed this one with his thought-provoking lines and Nigerians are vibing to it already.

4. Already ft. Shatta Wale


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Ghana was not left out of the mix, as Shatta Wale was also featured in the album. The controversial singer is considered the biggest Dance hall act in the whole of Africa and he again proved himself in this track.

5. “Keys to the Kingdom,” Tiwa Savage, Mr. Eazi

The African barbie, Tiwa Savage was not left out of the mix as she featured in ‘Keys to the Kingdom’ alongside internationally recognized act, Mr Eazi. Tiwa took to her twitter page to say: “Dedicated to All African men and men of African descent. Omo oba ma gba gbe (Son of a King, don’t ever forget who you are) you are the King to your Kingdom.”








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