Beyoncé, Shatta Wale, Major Lazer – ALREADY (Official Video) video youtube analytics: views, comments

by Beyoncé ∿ published July 30th, 2020 @ 21:00 PM (LA Time) ∿ YouTube ID: agCgvFTJeRs

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From BLACK IS KING, a visual album by Beyoncé, streaming NOW on Disney+ Watch BLACK IS KING: [url] Listen to The Lion King: The Gift: [url] Amazon Music: [url] Apple Music: [url] Deezer: [url] iTunes: [url] Soundcloud: [url] Spotify: [url] Tidal: [url] YouTube Music: [url] Beyoncé: [url] [url] [url] [url] Shatta Wale: [url] Major Lazer: [url] #Beyonce #ALREADY #BLACKISKING

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ohwell July 30th, 2020 @ 21:42 PM
Beyoncé constantly reminds me that other artists aren't even trying.
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Kalmanta 18 July 30th, 2020 @ 22:34 PM
She is over 20 years in the business, and still pushing art further. Omg thank you all for the likes, have a blessed weekend.
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SuperRaeDizzle July 30th, 2020 @ 22:05 PM
This doesn’t even look like a music video, every scene looks like a painting. It’s art.
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Amara J. July 30th, 2020 @ 21:23 PM
38 years old and she looks like she only aged one decade. So timeless, infinite and slayed, she deserves every single accolade.
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Maria_S July 31st, 2020 @ 05:40 AM
Why are people so negative that she named this album “black is King”? Whenever we learn about european history/middle Eastern/asian we always learned they had Queens and kings. But whenever we learn about black history 99% only know about slavery. Beyonce did this album to simply show that black people existed before slavery and had Kings and Queens too
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Daibat Abubakar July 30th, 2020 @ 22:25 PM
I am Nigerian and I am so proud of Shatta Wale, I was smiling all through this video. Beyoncé is an icon
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Rob Low July 30th, 2020 @ 21:33 PM
There is something about Beyonce that has always set her apart from the rest. Most pop stars do things half ass and you know they are just looking for a check or following the orders of their handlers and record companies. This woman really loves what she does and it oozes out into her work, all that creativity, talent, passion she pours into everything she does. There is only one Beyonce and this is why she is STILL at the top 20+ years later. Many have come and gone, she’s in a lane all her own. Long live the Queen of music
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50k subscribers with 2 videos challenge July 31st, 2020 @ 06:28 AM
*"Beyonce have only American fans"* Like if you're not American
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Obikpe Benjamin Obinna August 1st, 2020 @ 10:19 AM
Are we going to ignore Shatta Wale's presence and vibes in this song? Abeg our own Shatta matters in this song as well... Much love from Nigeria 🇳🇬
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Ghana Prince July 31st, 2020 @ 13:32 PM
If you're black and proud hit the like button. I'm African born in Ghana what about you. OMG I can see proud blacks/ Africans here. Let's make it the top liked comments. Tadaaaaa.
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nirxh oku August 1st, 2020 @ 03:20 AM
The lip ring repping my Ethiopians, The men jumping repping my Kenyans (Maasai), The beautiful Ghanaian men and landscape, big big Shatta Wale himself, The plethora of Nigerian dance moves. This is beautiful. (Edit: Ghanaians this is a big W for youse so let’s not ruin it with Ghanaian vs Nigerian energy in the comments✊🏾)
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Serwah akoto Priscilla July 31st, 2020 @ 23:07 PM
That dancer with the green body paint made it already big up to him he is a true dancer I’m so proud of him he is an energetic dancer 🔥🥰🤟
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netanel August 1st, 2020 @ 13:39 PM
Nobody is going to mention the beginning is made of the ‘lion king’ when rafiki finds simba and tells him he must come back because he’s a king! and this is a lesson we all should remember everyday that inside each one of us.. there is a KING!
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Subscribe to an Egg July 31st, 2020 @ 12:09 PM
I see an inclusive Black cultural representation. The message is clear: our culture is rich and varied, yet we are interconnected: Bantu knots of the Zulu tribe, mud & butter do of the Himba women, cowhide clothing (modernized) by the Nguni people and many others, the cowrie jewellery of the Mende & Temne people, the elaborate headdress of Nigerian women etc. and not to mention the rich adaptation of the Blacks in the West with their dapper styles. There were so many incredible salutes to show that irrespective of where in the world Blacks are, the richness of our cultural heritage and the indomitable spirit connect us. #KnowThySelf Touché B, touché
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Trevor Omwega August 1st, 2020 @ 12:16 PM
I don't know any other female artist who can deliver with this much authenticity and quality and in a different genre. You can tell this song and collaboration came from a genuine place. Greatness.
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ONE GHANA TV July 31st, 2020 @ 00:53 AM
If you know you came here because of Shatta Wale, Oya drop a like ......Ghana we dey
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Ron R August 1st, 2020 @ 03:23 AM
when she sticks her tongue out while dancing, knowing she killing it feeling it
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Izzy Warchu July 31st, 2020 @ 03:38 AM
I’m not a big fan of here’s but when people say she’s overrated I get heated! The amount of research, understanding and creative processes that she puts into her projects is insane👏🏾 most artist will just stand infront of a green screen throw some naked girls and call it day x
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Antambacke Mbacke July 30th, 2020 @ 23:03 PM
She's doing all this to make us proud of being black, she's a real queen Drop your country flag!⬇️
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Mihlali Ndzengu July 30th, 2020 @ 20:37 PM
Fun fact: This comment was made before the premiere.
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Adelina Music July 31st, 2020 @ 15:10 PM
this is SICKENING!!! I can't deal with the amount of artistry and beauty in this video 😩♥️
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DonnyJ July 30th, 2020 @ 21:58 PM
I think people overlook how powerful Beyonce's lower register is. Anyone agree??
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Mimi Nka July 31st, 2020 @ 13:00 PM
As a Ghanaian I can't tell u how many times I have heard the song... like she got all the dances right, the moves were so on point the intricacies of the Ghanaian dances were met... like I was so proud of B. And Shatta you have made us so proud like dude u killed ittttt .... Ob)m)d3n waaa✊✊✊✊👏👏👏👏👏👏
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Fifth FrAim August 1st, 2020 @ 03:10 AM
Bey doesn't play with her visuals.
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B. B. August 1st, 2020 @ 05:27 AM
This is not just a music video. Costume, Setting, Hairstyles, Dance moves all tell a story of History, rich Culture and what defines us as Africans. Pure talent at play. God bless Queen Bey and King Shatta. Proudly African, Proudly Ghanaian. It's time to Shine ALREADY!💥🇬🇭🇬🇭🇬🇭💥
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50k subscribers with 2 videos challenge July 30th, 2020 @ 22:35 PM
People say *"Beyonce have only American fans"* like if you're not American.
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Jeffrey Addane Omari July 31st, 2020 @ 03:27 AM
This is not for Ghana only but for all Africans Let’s all be proud of this ✊🏾🇬🇭 🌍
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Loretta Larbi July 31st, 2020 @ 16:14 PM
This is my dream, that our black culture and setting will be projected to the world. Africa will rise again. Great art Queen B and SM4lyf
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Windows Gaming July 31st, 2020 @ 15:59 PM
“Be your own king make nobody come rule your world” !! - shatta wale.. 🇬🇭 🇺🇸 🔥
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v-jay sauaso July 31st, 2020 @ 02:49 AM
I honestly don't understand when people say this woman is overrated. She worked so hard to get to where she is today. She deserves the love and praise she get's because she is hard working, talented and creative. She always proves herself!
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norman cris malto July 31st, 2020 @ 04:09 AM
I like that Beyonce is proud of her color and at the same time bringing awareness of one of Africa's culture to the world. edit:so many likes for the first time 😂😆😊
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Elijah July 30th, 2020 @ 23:22 PM
Like this if you’re here for Shatta Wale and GHANA 🇬🇭🇬🇭🇬🇭
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Chelene Boholo August 1st, 2020 @ 08:32 AM
I got chills watching this. So BEAUTIFUL, so much symbolism that even myself an African don't understand. I love it. 👏👏👏I wish I had Disney plus to watch Black is King. But I got Netflix and my parents don't got time for no Disney plus🤣🤣. If you understand some of the symbolism please explain it to me in the comments. Ps I don't wanna see anyone who's ignorant saying this video is satanic. Gtfo of here please. Take your Ignorance somewhere else. If you don't understand something do research. Don't call it evil.
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liesje July 31st, 2020 @ 07:21 AM
I don't get why people get offended by "Black is King", people take pride in themselves why is it so hard to accept that other people don't owe you anything, This video and song is a masterpiece and you all better give some respect and don't get so butthurt, not everything revolves around you.
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Joseph Stone July 30th, 2020 @ 21:11 PM
BEYONCE NEVER DISAPPOINTS, THIS VIDEO IS A MASTERPIECE, the film is going to be legendary.
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reginald abbey July 31st, 2020 @ 07:43 AM
Black is king . Black is beautiful. Black is amazing. We don't hate whites, we just love ourselves. I guess this shouldn't be an issue of we(blacks) loving ourselves . 🖤
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Victória Almeida July 30th, 2020 @ 21:10 PM
Brasileiros Curtam Aqui 🇧🇷🇧🇷🗣️
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Pinax GH July 31st, 2020 @ 00:59 AM
Shatta Wale has Made Ghana Proud, Thanks Queen Beyoncé for Giving us thr Opportunity 🇬🇭🇬🇭👑👑👑👑❤️❤️👍👍
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Oluwatomiwa Ogunmade August 1st, 2020 @ 08:47 AM
Can we all donate a thumbs up for the green coloured guy in this video for a job well done!... I'm wowed.
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Pretty Reddbone July 30th, 2020 @ 21:30 PM
Beyonce: "I don’t like to gamble, but if there’s one thing I’m willing to bet on, it’s myself" Me: YES!!!!
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Jason July 31st, 2020 @ 05:53 AM
How does Beyoncé top herself EVERY project. The fact I didn’t think LEMONADE could serve better visuals than BEYONCÉ and the way I didn’t think Black is King would top LEMONADE, but yet, here we are.... Witnessing this excellence.
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James london July 31st, 2020 @ 02:20 AM
Can we all just say "I'm proud to be African" i beg oooh.
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Alfredo Marchell Prins July 30th, 2020 @ 23:43 PM
This song makes me proud to be black and born and raised on the African continent. South Africa baby.
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Alethia Armstrong July 31st, 2020 @ 20:00 PM
I'm sorry this Visual is giving life. It was so Beautiful to see Africa in a Positive and Marvelous way. Props to Ghana for having a Beautiful Country and Culture, The People. ❤❤❤
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Lexi Bentley July 31st, 2020 @ 03:18 AM
That fact that she is literally out there STUDYING the African culture is just pure heart and dedication!!!! 🐐
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Niki Bronson August 1st, 2020 @ 08:25 AM
The images of the men jumping at 4:05 are reference to the Maasai tribe and essentially their "mating" ritual or dance called "adumu" where Maasai men demonstrate their strength to court a potential bride. The level of detail and references in this to different cultures and tribes across the 54 countries in Africa are so incredible
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Dj Brown July 31st, 2020 @ 06:11 AM
I don’t even think Beyonce knows that she’s Beyonce. She’s a goddess among Kings. Long live this black magic✨👑
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BKS FUNK 24h July 31st, 2020 @ 10:16 AM
A Beyonce é pica mesmo, o jeito como ela contou a historia do Rei Leão, uma porrada de referências a cultura africana, movimento e representatividade negra, espiritualidade, arte contemporânea, moda, música, e tudo de uma forma sinistra Representatividade serve pra dar perspectiva, esperança, força e sentimento de capacidade. Ela é a representatividade do protagonismo, de ascensão social, de empoderamento como artista negra. É uma preta cantando pop num mundo q só reverencia madonna e lady gaga. Não nasceu milionária, é uma mulher preta que subiu ao mainstream da música pop americana, e isso deve inspirar uma porrada de gente a buscar o sucesso, não só na música. A representatividade não está no financeiro, e sim todos os paradigmas que a beyonce precisou quebrar pra estar onde está! E com todo respeito, que trabalho foda da equipe... O Brasil ta muito atras mesmo.. recursos temos, mas acho que o pessoal se acomodou e ficou parado no "fazer o que todo mundo faz que da views".
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Sebrina Palmer July 31st, 2020 @ 10:59 AM
I see an inclusive Black cultural representation. The message is clear: our culture is rich and varied, yet we are interconnected: Bantu knots of the Zulu tribe, mud & butter do of the Himba women, cowhide clothing (modernized) by the Nguni people and many others, the Masai warrior dance depicted by the men in purple suit, the cowrie jewellery of the Mende & Temne people, the elaborate headdress of Nigerian women etc. and not to mention the rich adaptation of the Blacks in the West with their dapper styles. There were so many incredible salutes to show that irrespective of where in the world Blacks are, the richness of our cultural heritage and the indomitable spirit connect us. #KnowThySelf Touché B, touché Edited: Thanks to everyone for your kind comments and for adding to the knowledge base. Naturally, I couldn't capture everything because of my own limited knowledge on the unique culture of the many tribes and countries within the African continent and also, to keep the post relatively short.
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OccupyGH TV July 31st, 2020 @ 18:02 PM
Ghana 🇬🇭 to the world. Thanks Bey for putting GHANA on the map. Shatta
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