Who are the girls from Beyonce’s Lemonade? We find out
The girls from Beyonce’s Lemonade who created magic
Beyonce bought together a gang of girls, from artists to entertainers who are essential parts of the pop culture.
Beyonce has been grooming the Musician sisters Chloe and Halle Bailey. The duo featured on the cover of “Pretty Hurts” which went wild, thereafter signing record deals with Bey`s Production, Parkwood entertainment, meeting the President and first lady, and their upcoming album is on the way.
23-year-old Somali-British poet Warsan Shire to take the world by storm with her verses “For Women Who Are Difficult to Love,” “The unbearable weight of staying (the end of the relationship),” and “Nail Technician as Palm Reader” as interludes that tackle issues of race, gender, and feminism.
Twin sisters Lisa-Kaindé and Naomi Diaz who goes by the name Ibeyi, meaning twins in Yoruba, released their album last year which got past genres and created an unique sound, influenced by the Diaz Twins of Cuban and Parisian heritage. Their songs are in French, English and Yoruba, the Nigerian dialect used primarily in west Africa.
An inspiring starring role in the 2014 adaptation of Annie, she came to Hollywood at the age of 9 a byproduct of the oscar nominated Beasts of the Southern Wild.
She has been ruling Hollywood for years, debuting as Rue in the “Hunger Games”, and involving herself in the “Art Hoe” movement. Stenberg is part of a large host of Social Activism, also just released a short film about foster care system titled “Blue Girls Burn Fast“
Overall Lemonade is a vision of Social Feminism rooted in the shadows but destined.