Beyoncé’s Spirit music video had social media abuzz the remaining week. Praised for its stunning visuals, great clothes and total aesthetic, it affirmed what we’ve long identified — Beyoncé is a dwelling icon.
The track is off The Lion King: The Gift — the better half album to Disney’s live-action remake of the classic animated film — the singer’s “love letter to Africa”. However, it kind of feels Queen B won’t have the ability to take the entire credit score for the video — it appears too very similar to South African singer-songwriter Petite Noir’s visual album La Maison Noir: the Gift and the Curse for many of us’s liking.
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3 OTHER TIMES BEYONCE WAS CALLED A COPYCAT
Spirit isn’t the primary time the Queen has been accused of plagiarising different artists’ work. Here is every other circumstance
1. COUNTDOWN 2011 In October 2011
leading Belgian choreographer Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker criticized Beyoncé for using her dance moves in her Countdown music video without her permission.
The moves in query had been taken from the 1983 dance Rosas Danst Rosas, in which 4 seated girls perform a chain of fiercely exaggerated strange gestures like fiddling with their hair, twitching and slouching.
2. BILLBOARD AWARDS 2011
In her rendition of Who Run the World (Girls), the singer was accused of copying her dance strikes from one in all Italian dancer Lorella Cuccarini’s productions. She later admitted Cuccarini had impressed her stellar performance. three.
3 FORMATION, 2016
Currently sitting at over 54 million views on YouTube, Beyoncé’s Formation song video used to be also the topic of plagiarism claims.
Filmmakers Abteen Bagheri and Chris Black said the singer had used visuals they shot for their documentary That B.E.A.T. for the video without crediting them.
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