If viewers of the Pepsi Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show felt Beyonce (Knowles-Carter) gave a powerful yet politically based performance, then heads are really going to turn when she releases a new music video that is set to feature the parents of the slain black men Trayvon Martin, Tamir Rice, and Mike Brown.
It seems Queen Bey is doing exactly what her latest single urges women to do and getting in formation to address issues of police brutality against black men. If the Bey Hive is accurate, then not only will Knowles-Carter soon be releasing new music, but she's already working on a concept for a video for one of her singles that is said to feature the parents of Martin, Rice and Brown.
According to HipHopDX, the Bey Hive twitter account posted a photo on Saturday March 26 that featured the "Formation" singer, her husband Jay Z, and Martin's family including his mother Sabrina Fulton, his brother Jahvaris Fulton, and his father Tracy Martin.
— THE BEYHIVé (@TheBeyHiveTeam) March 26, 2016
Fulton has become a prominent advocate for organizations and movements like Black Lives Matter, Manifest Justice and Circle of Mothers. As reported by In Flex We Trust, the new Beyonce video is set to gather a small reflection of that circle of mothers who will be holding up pictures of their deceased sons. The former Destiny's Child member has attended numerous peace rallies throughout the years and has been photographed with prominent black leaders like Rev. Al Sharpton and also the parents of Freddie Gray.
Over the last 3 years, Beyoncé has attended peace rallies and met with the families of Trayvon Martin & Freddie Gray pic.twitter.com/aZbfN57wZh — THE BEYHIVé (@TheBeyHiveTeam) March 26, 2016
Her "Formation" video is just a sample of what's to come from the icon with the release of her new album, which she could come out on a very special day: the 8-year anniversary of her marriage to Jay Z, April 4, according to Hollywood Life.