The Lion King: The Gift - Beyoncé

The Lion King: The Gift


  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2019-07-19
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 27

  • ℗ Compilation (P) 2019 Parkwood Entertainment LLC, under exclusive license to Columbia R


Title Artist Time
balance (mufasa interlude) James Earl Jones 0:43 USD Album Only
BIGGER Beyoncé 3:46 USD 1.29
the stars (mufasa interlude) James Earl Jones 0:46 USD Album Only
FIND YOUR WAY BACK Beyoncé 2:42 USD 1.29
uncle scar (scar interlude) Chiwetel Ejiofor 0:13 USD Album Only
DON'T JEALOUS ME Tekno, Yemi Alade, Mr Eazi & Lord Afrixana 2:35 USD 1.29
danger (young simba & young na JD McCrary & Shahadi Wright Joseph 0:16 USD Album Only
JA ARA E Burna Boy 3:10 USD 1.29
run away (scar & young simba i JD McCrary & Chiwetel Ejiofor 0:29 USD Album Only
NILE Beyoncé & Kendrick Lamar 1:47 USD 1.29
new lesson (timon, pumbaa & yo Billy Eichner, Seth Rogen & JD McCrary 0:53 USD Album Only
MOOD 4 EVA (feat. Oumou Sangar Beyoncé, JAY-Z & Childish Gambino 4:32 USD 1.29
reunited (nala & simba interlu Beyonce Knowles-Carter & Donald Glover 0:08 USD Album Only
WATER Salatiel, Pharrell Williams & Beyoncé 2:32 USD 1.29
BROWN SKIN GIRL Beyoncé, SAINt JHN, Wizkid & Blue Ivy Carter 4:08 USD 1.29
come home (nala interlude) Beyonce Knowles-Carter 0:14 USD Album Only
KEYS TO THE KINGDOM Tiwa Savage & Mr Eazi 3:18 USD 1.29
follow me (simba & rafiki inte Donald Glover & John Kani 0:31 USD Album Only
ALREADY Beyoncé, Shatta Wale & Major Lazer 3:42 USD 1.29
remember (mufasa interlude) James Earl Jones 0:45 USD Album Only
OTHERSIDE Beyoncé 3:39 USD 1.29
war (nala interlude) Beyonce Knowles-Carter 0:18 USD Album Only
MY POWER Tierra Whack, Beyoncé, Moonchild Sanelly, Nija, DJ Lag, Yemi Alade & Busiswa 4:19 USD 1.29
surrender (simba & scar interl Donald Glover & Chiwetel Ejiofor 0:14 USD Album Only
SCAR 070 Shake & Jessie Reyez 3:06 USD 1.29
i'm home (mufasa, sarabi & sim James Earl Jones, Alfre Woodard & Donald Glover 0:42 USD Album Only
SPIRIT Beyoncé 4:37 USD 1.29


  • I love her

    By Robkiz
    BUT the album was not her best.
  • Excellent mixture of African beats!

    The Gift captures Afro beats and introduces popular African artists from Nigeria, Mali, South Africa, etc, not widely known in the U.S.. Starry collaborations and compositions to reflect today’s African music and is a super supplement to the Lion King movie, This album is the perfect definition of Sankofa; looking back to move forward - as it pays homage to the foundation that started it all. Once again, generous and inclusive Beyonce makes sure everyone eats. Artists got a boost and so did we. Well done!
  • Lion King Elevated

    By DreamAngel123
    The collaboration of Beyonce & Artist from various backgrounds, making music to elevate the Lion King soundtrack is epic. A lot of people will never understand, hearing beats and lyrics from Africa is priceless. I appreciate this project and love the music.
  • The biggest African artist brought to you by BEY

    By FromNashvilletoDallas
    I really liked this compilation, Bey really expanded her range on this one. She’s normally R&B or pop but now she’s trying out Afro Beats genre I’m with it. Haven’t really purchased a Bey album since dangerously in love til now
  • Album of the YEAR!!

    By Asd1234asd
    A masterful, musical retelling of a classic story and as a stand-alone album it works it’s way into becoming a true GIFT for the human soul !!
  • Authentic and Amazing

    By Mahogany20
    True to the roots of Africa, this really celebrates the culture and the film. Wonderfully done.
  • Authentic and Amazing

    By Mahogany20
    True to the roots of Africa, this really celebrates the culture and the film. Wonderfully done.
  • Beautiful Body of Work

    By Lorraine M. Hill
    I absolutely love this project!!!! Everyone did an amazing job! The film and its soundtrack are iconic. I am grateful for this beautiful body of work.
  • Everyone should give this album a listen

    By Reviewnamechris
    I have listened to this album multiple times now and I think it is beautiful! The arrangements are fun and I now have a new found love for Burna Boy. I cried the first time I heard Brown Skin Girl, it was so powerful to hear black and brown women celebrated in a powerful and beautiful way anthem. I still cry listening to it. I am a white female and absolutely understand the importance of this album. The representation of black culture and various artist Beyoncé chose to put this together is solid through musical translation. I think of this album as a family album something fun, vibrant, rhythmic and motivational to get up and dance. This album is about the celebration of black culture! I knew going in this was not The Lion King soundtrack, people need to understand it’s literally in the title The Gift and Beyoncé delivered just that.
  • Just My Opinion

    By Lolilips
    I love this entire album. If you don’t like to don’t get it. This album was inspired by the movie. It’s beautiful.

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