Beyoncé released the deluxe edition of her 2019 album The Lion King: The Gift on Friday (July 31).
With three new songs including her Juneteenth anthem “Black Parade” and a Melo-X-assisted remix of “Find Your Way,” the deluxe LP celebrates pan-African identity while loosely telling the story of The Lion King across its 17 tracks. And now that the album and its accompanying visual feast have been unleashed on the world by Queen Bey, Billboard wants to know which track you love the most.
Is one of Beyoncé’s solo offerings, like “Bigger,” “Otherside” or “Spirit” the song you have on repeat? Do you prefer one of her star-studded collaborations, such as the Kendrick Lamar-assisted “Nile” or her team-up with Major Lazer and Ghanaian singer-songwriter Shatta Wale on “Already”?
Perhaps your more partial to the resplendent “Brown Skin Girl” featuring Saint Jhn, WizKid and a sweet cameo by none other than Blue Ivy, or one of the tracks where Bey steps out of the way to let the likes of 070 Shake and Jessie Reyez (“Scar”) or Burna Boy (“Ja Ara E”) shine.
The visual album is accompanied by a deluxe edition of The Lion King: The Gift, which adds three new tracks and eliminates the audio snippets from the live action Lion King film.
No matter which track you’re loving the most, vote in Billboard’s poll below between your plans to watch and re-watch Black Is King all weekend long.