Trevor Stuurman "honoured" to be a part of Beyonce's Black Is King

South Africans are shinning on the project

By  | Jun 29, 2020, 02:52 PM  | Trevor Stuurman  | Top of The

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Award-winning contemporary multimedia visual artist Trevor Stuurman is one of the many South Africans who are part of Beyonce's upcoming Black Is King music film.

Several local stars such as Nandi Madida, Connie Chiume, Moonchild Sanelly and Warren Masemola were revealed as appearing in Beyonce's upcoming project in a one-minute trailer that went viral at the weekend.

Whilst the details of the project are under wraps and the Mzansi stars tight-lipped about their involvement in the international project, influencer and TV host Gemaén Taylor in an Instagram spilt some tea on his involvement.

Sharing the one-minute clip on social media, Gemaén shared how in December 2019 he flew to Los Angeles for the first time for the queen Beyonce film in his caption he gave a special thanks to Trevor.
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Trevor has previously worked with Beyonce when he shot pictures for the award-winning artists Global Citizen performance and shared on his social pages how truly humbled he is to be part of that moment in history.
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Black Is King debuts on July 31 on Disney +

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