Nigerians Drag Victoria Kimani for calling out Beyonce for ignoring Kenyans out of her new album

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Victoria Kimani not happy Beyonce left Kenyans out of Lion King new album

Victoria Kimani, has just called out grammy award winning singer, Beyonce over the absence of Kenyan musicians in Beyonce’s upcoming album ‘Lion King: The Gift’.

Recall, on Tuesday Beyonce, unveiled the track list of her new album, ‘The Lion King: The Gift’, which is the musical accompaniment to the new Disney Movie.

The album features six Nigerian pop stars including Yemi Alade, Burna Boy, Mr. Eazi, Tekno, Wizkid, Tiwa Savage as well as Ghana’s Shatta Wale.

The mother-of-three  said she worked with those artistes from Africa because she wanted to ensure that she worked with the best from Africa and not just sample sounds from Africa.

“I wished it to be genuine to what’s stunning concerning the music in Africa.

“We have type of created our personal style and I really feel just like the soundtrack is the primary soundtrack the place it turns into visible in your thoughts.

“The soundscape is extra than simply the music as a result of every tune tells the story of the movie.”

However, Kenyan singer, Kimani has expressed sadness over Beyonce’s selection, saying Kenyans were supposed to be recognised in the soundtrack.

“As much as we celebrate with our fellow Africans, the obvious exclusion of Kenyans/East Africans on this soundtrack is depressing.

“The movie was based on Kenya. That’s fine. Our Queen forgot about us.

“We were not represented in her love letter to us. It hurts. That’s all.

“Ya’ll could at least had Lupita or Barack on the outro since we don’t have artists in East Africa.

“Rafiki, Simba and Nala are Kenyan,” she said in a tweet.

Nigerians however, have been dragging the hect out of Victoria Kimani. See it below;

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