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Twitter on fire as Beyonce and Wizkid tease video for ‘Brown Skin Girl’

Beyoncé and Wizkid has been in the light for a couple of reasons related to new singles and videos that has been topping charts.

Recently, after Beyonce released the video for “Already” featuring Ghanian Artist, Shatta Wale, there has been a bit of arguement about superiority between fans of Ghanian Dancehall king and Wizkid Fc.

However, after the tease video for “Brown Skin Girl” surfaced online, twitter has been so hot like a steaming water, as Wizkid FC celebrate their champ, ‘machala.’

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On November 11, 2019, news broke that Nigerian superstar and Beyonce had started shooting the music video for fan-favourite, ‘Brown Skin Girl.’ Shooting commenced on October 31, 2019.

This was a report published by British tabloid, Daily Mail on October 31, 2019. In the report, Sarah Packer writes that Beyonce was calling on ‘black and brown people of different cultures, nationalities, ethnicities, genders and ages’ to come and tell their stories. The video is currently being shot in a number of locations across London. Some of them are Catford and Thamesmead.

Another Nigerian named Jenn Nkiru was reported as the director of the video. She is a Nigerian born in Peckham, England. She worked with Beyonce and her husband, Jay Z on their smash hit single, ‘Apesh*t’ in 2018. The incredible video shot at the Louvre was directed by Nkiru.

You might remember that the song was one of the Africa-centric tracks on Beyonce’s album, The Lion King: The Gift. It also features Beyonce’s daughter, Blue Ivy Carter and GØDD COMPLEXx artist, SAINt Jhn.

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Paul Akuj
July 31, 2020 11:39 am

🚀🚀🚀🚀. #BLACKISKING For Real

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