Beyonce’s rarely seen twins, Sir and Rumi, were the stars of her newest documentary unique Making The Present which aired on ABC on Monday.
The program provided a behind-the-scenes check out the production of her current The Lion King: The Gift album, which included a household journey to Africa for the 38-year-old singer, her spouse JAY-Z, 49, and their children Blue Ivy, 7, and twins Sir and Rumi, 2.
” Going to countries in Africa, it’s always a psychological experience for me. It seems like I’m making peace with a part of me that’s yearning for my ancestral connection,” Beyonce described. “I was blessed to be able to relive a few of the experiences that I’ve been really fortunate to have over the years with my whole household.”
The twins, who are now strolling and talking, shared screen time with their well-known mom, who made animal noises with Rumi and check out to her son. On the other hand, Blue displayed her singing ability while tape-recording her empowering anthem Brown Skin Girl.
” When I see daddies singing Brown Skin Woman to their daughters, to understand that my daughter can have the same opportunities and feel great and feel like she does not need to take her braids down and she can comb her afro out and she can glisten in her brown skin … That is why I make music,” the proud mother discussed.
And on the topic of motherhood, she included: “When you’re a mother, there’s a love that you experience with your kids that’s deeper than anything you can think of. The love is beyond Earth and beyond time and space, and it’s a connection that will be constant.”
The documentary likewise revealed Beyonce working with the album’s team of songwriters and manufacturers to bring their musical vision to life.
” To be able to deal with a film that is so enormous, so iconic, and to also represent African people and African Americans in a positive light is a true blessing for me,” she praised.
The Lion King: The Present is offered to stream and download now.