We’re so ready for more content from this singer. Beyoncé was seen filming a new music video at the Grand Canyon, and there’s footage to prove it. The “Single Ladies” singer was seen at the national park with a camera crew, which can only mean one thing: A music video. Per a video obtained by TMZ, the Grammy winner, who recently walked the red carpet for the premiere of The Lion King, can be seen in the sparkling blue water. The beautiful location is actually the waters of Havasu Falls. The singer and her film crew were on location for roughly five hours before leaving by helicopter.
Beyonce Music Video Shoot Shuts Down Grand Canyon Landmark https://t.co/CqL8eLvNki
— TMZ (@TMZ) July 11, 2019
Some respectful procedures had to be taken in order for the Lemonade singer and her crew to film on location. The area is a protected portion of land and approves only 300 camping passes a day, as it’s owned by the Havasupai tribe. Thousands of people get turned away from the site daily, but Beyoncé and her crew earned a pass.
There’s no word yet on what the shoot could have been for, but fans are assuming that it was for a new music video. Beyoncé voiced Nala in the upcoming live-action adaptation of The Lion King, in theaters July 18. She’s also contributed a new song to the film,”Spirit”, which will be featured on the soundtrack, The Lion King: The Gift, which Bey helped produce. For this latest album, the singer is said to “bring together some of her favorite artists with the most talented and important African artists of the day to both pay tribute to the iconic film and bring the authentic sounds of African music to the world.”
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