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How ‘Black Is King’ Co-Director Kwasi Fordjour Brought Beyoncé’s African Blockbuster to Life

The creative director, who’s worked with Beyoncé since he was an intern, shares the backstories on her latest visual album

Photos: Blair Caldwell for Parkwood Entertainment

Kwasi Fordjour has earned Beyoncé’s trust, but he wants yours too. After working his way up from an…




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Ivie Ani

Ivie Ani

Multimedia journalist, critic, & on-air host covering culture. Bronx native with a dual degree in Journalism & Africana Studies from New York University

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