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Beyoncé Drops Surprise New Song ‘Dark Parade’ on Juneteenth

The new track comes hours after the artist declares another activity called “Dark Parade” to help dark claimed organizations

Beyoncé dropped her unexpected new tune “Dark Parade” on Juneteenth, hours after the vocalist declared another activity of a similar name to help dark possessed organizations.

“Cheerful Juneteenth Weekend! I trust we keep on sharing satisfaction and praise one another, even amidst the battle. It would be ideal if you keep on recollecting our excellence, quality, and force,” Beyoncé composed on Instagram.

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“Being Black is your activism. Dark greatness is a type of dissent. Dark delight is your right.”

Not long after the declaration, Beyoncé discharged her new single “Dark Parade,” the artist’s first new independent music since her commitments to The Lion King friend collection The Gift in 2019. Beyoncé most as of late showed up on a remix of Megan Thee Stallion’s “Savage.”

Dark Parade benefits BeyGOOD’s Black Business Impact Fund — regulated by the National Urban League — to help dark possessed independent companies out of luck.

The Black Parade site likewise gives an index of Black-claimed organizations extending from craftsmanship and plan, eateries, magnificence items, way of life, health, book shops and that’s just the beginning.

As of late, Beyoncé has written an open letter requesting equity in the passings of both George Floyd and Breonna Taylor.

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