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Beyoncé Enlists Hip-Hop A-List And Global Artists For 'The Lion King: The Gift'

The musical superstar continues to challenge herself while elevating global artists for an album inspired by the new remake of The Lion King, in theaters now.
Beyoncé attends the European premiere of Disney's The Lion King on July 14 in London. Beyoncé's The Lion King: The Gift album is out now. Source: Gareth Cattermole

's executive-produced album inspired by the 2019 motion picture, has been delivered. The 27-track album — 14 original tracks and 13 interludes from the Disney feature film — features an impressive set of headliners like , Pharrell Williams, , Childish Gambino

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