• Muzik First


After over a year of hiatus, Beyoncé has dropped her original song for the upcoming motion picture "King Richard," a soaring, powerful ballad named "Be Alive." The new track, her first since 2020's "Black Parade," is a celebration of resilience and the wins that come from being "hustle personified," which perfectly soundtracks the story of tennis stars Venus and Serena Williams and their father and coach Richard Williams. The superstar teased a new track, a power ballad called “Be Alive,” in the latest trailer for "King Richard," The film starring Will Smith as Richard Williams as he coaches and raises his young daughters, Venus and Serena. Smith introduced the preview on social media with the help of the real-life Williams sisters, who encouraged fans not to “miss out” on the film when it hits theatres and HBO Max on Nov. 19. The film has already generated Oscar buzz, specifying that "Be Alive" may earn the 40-year-old superstar her first-ever Academy Award nomination for Best Original Song. While her new single may make the superstar some Oscar gold, her fans anticipate her next highly-anticipated studio album. The superstar previously told "Harper's BAZAAR" that she has been working on new music for the past year. "I've been in the studio for a year and a half. Sometimes it takes a year to personally search through thousands of sounds to find just the right kick or snare. One chorus can have up to 200 stacked harmonies," she says in her September 2021 "Harper's BAZAAR" cover story.