Levels! South African stars gloss besides Beyonce – Photos

Levels! South African stars gloss besides Beyonce – Photos

South African artists have flown the flag high with their work on Beyonce’s new film, Black Is King.

The musical, which premiered in Mzansi last night, maybe a tie-in album curated by Beyonce for the remake of The Lion King.

The film features a number of Mzansi’s biggest talents including Warren Masemola, Nandi Madida, Busiswa Gqulu, Moonchild Sanelly, and therefore the late actress, Mary Twala.

Busiswa, who features on the track My Power, wrote on Instagram: “I’ve realized that they’re never getting to take my power.”

She said she and Moonchild have flown first-class to l. a. to shoot their parts.

“When I need to set we started shooting and that i tried being calm, being a woman , sassy and groovy,” she said.
Levels! South African stars gloss besides Beyonce – Photos

“One of the producers after the primary take came to me and said ‘we know this is often not you, we’d like you to try to you and if you’re doing an excessive amount of we’ll pull you back. we’d like you to travel all the way’.

“I then got excited and that i was trying to try to to the maximum amount as I could, particularly African dances to form my fellow Africans proud,” she said.

Moonchild, who also features on My Power, tweeted: “Your dreams are valid! Be rejected for being yourself because you’ll never question the love you receive from being yourself! does one , the planet will adjust, I live by this.”

Actress Nandi Madida said: “I’m living my ancestor’s wildest dreams! many thanks for the love.”

It was positively received by the entire of Mzansi.
Levels! South African stars gloss besides Beyonce – Photos
One response on Twitter was: “Beyonce was so lucky to secure bookings to figure with these legends. She must not ever forget this!”