Lebo M expresses magic of making The Lion King track with Beyoncé

Lebo M expresses magic of making The Lion King track with Beyoncé

- Lebo M and Queen Bey have the world on the edge of their seats

- The two have worked on a track for the new The Lion King film and Lebo M says its pure magic

- Lebo also worked with with Pharrell Williams on a remake of The Lion Sleeps Tonight

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As if the entire world was not excited enough for the released of the new The Lion King film, Lebo M and Queen Bey had to go do a collab on a song for it.

Literally, the entire globe is waiting in great anticipation for the release of the new The Lion King film. Childhood dreams are about to be relived and new ones created.

Briefly.co.za understands why everyone is tripping over the release of this track; its Lebo M and Beyoncé bringing the magic of The Lion King, people!

Talking to TshisaLIVE, Lebo explained just how incredible the making of the track was as they were hardly ever in studio together.

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Lebo explained how the track has many layers. He made working with Beyoncé sound like a total dream.

Working with such class made the process flawless. Lebo said that he had very little to tweak and that the track was already phenomenal before he even got his hands on it to do the final touches.

Another secret was revealed by Lebo. His hit song He Lives In You will feature in the movie and has been completely translated into Xhosa.But that’s not all, Lebo also worked with Pharrell Williams on a remake of the iconic South African-made and -produced track, The Lion Sleeps Tonight.

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It is safe to say that 25 years after the release of the original movie, The Lion King is still golden.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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