Beyonce Lemonade Analysis

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Beyonce is a very popular Artist who has really made herself stand out by her talented voice. She has gone through a lot of transformations in the music that she presents to the public. With Her album, “Lemonade,” was a huge hit which was critisizing and comparing her experience as a black women since she was a teen to the emotional stages she went through in her life as how she kind of brings fourth the feelings of emptiness and rejection she has felt. In her albums you can tell that she has always made music for a reason and cause, but not just for entertainment. When she was a teenager she joined her first group which was called the “Distiney’s Child which went throgh a lot of ups and down until it actually came in notice by a lot…show more content…
She is very proud of her origin and very confidently talks about her roots in her music. This album is a reflection of her life from her teenage years to a grown women who has gone through a lot in her life. She has gone through a lot of emotional feelings and betrayal from how it was mentioned everywhere about her husband having an affair with another women. With that said, she kind of tied in with how black women feel betryaed and lonely. They want to hide from the public to not get hurt, because of how wrong their identity had been revealed to the public. For years the most dirtiest words has been said to black people in general and she proudly takes them all upon herself and claims them…show more content…
However, black women like Beyonce use their musical power and showcase their bodies to make themselves appealing to get their voice heard. She wanted to use what has which is her body and her applealing body to get her voice heard, and to show that music can be used to get a message across and create a change at the same time. This piece of her talent really shows her point and outlook of the world from Black women’s eyes and gets to really show how they feel. However black women try to hide themselves from the public, because of how wrong they are known. As mentioned in Robinsons article “Black women are magic (par. 1). What really wanted to say is that they know how to protect themselves from the public being so cruel to them. Beyonce has really gained so much respect for her pop music fans and also the society as a whole. As a scholar, I can say that with the words and performance she has set for the album was really a great piece to give the readers some room to make comperisons . Also to be able to see her point she wants to make more clearly and her creativity she has put
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