Beyonce, American singer and song-writer, has opted for more virtual tour aesthetic for her upcoming album promotional in 2021.
According to a report by The Sun, Beyonce has decided to scrape live concert plans in favor of more virtual concerts, all in an attempt to curtail the possible spread of the looming virus.
According to a source close to the leading daily, “Beyonce and her team are currently mapping out a plan to create a virtual live show to showcase her new music in 2021, now that she can't tour because of Covid.”
“Following the success she had with [2016 album] Lemonade, and the Disney film Black Is King, Beyonce started writing and recording feel-good tracks inspired by new artists like Dua Lipa and The Shindellas. She's ready to dance again.”
In lieu of all the hard work the singer has put into curating her next album, Beyonce wants to at least put out “a virtual show that fans can watch at home.”
The source in question also added how Beyonce has no intention of cutting corners despite making her next release virtual. “She has made it clear she's prepared to pull out all the stops to make it a real spectacle.”