In the visual album ‘Black Is King’, Beyoncé brings to light the beauty of Africa by telling the spiritual ancestral version of a king’s journey. In turn, it helps shift the paradigm on what Africa truly is and its contribution to the world.
When we actively think about why it’s increasingly entertaining to watch Ko Mun-yeong slowly reveal the different dimensions to her story, we see how so much of what she does are things women are taught not to do.
For her eighth album, Taylor Swift let her imagination run wild during isolation. ‘Folklore’ is where “the lines between fantasy and reality blur and the boundaries between truth and fiction become almost indiscernible.”