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Beyoncé reportedly shut down Grand Canyon landmark for new music video


Credit: Jesse Grant/Getty Images for DisneyThe rules simply don’t apply when you’re Beyoncé.  Hot on the heels of dropping off The Lion King-inspired single “Spirit,” the powerhouse vocalist reportedly shut down a Grand Canyon landmark to shoot a new music video, TMZ has learned. 

Per the outlet, Bey and her team were on site at Havasu Falls to begin production for a new visual. The scenic location is at the center of the Havasupai tribal lands, next to an ultra-exclusive campground with very limited access. According to TMZ, the Havasupai tribe only approves 300 passes a day, and thousands of campers are turned away daily.

The Havasupai people, however, made an exception for Queen Bey to shoot for five hours and then jet. In footage captured by TMZ, the singer is seen sporting a blue robe on set, accompanied by daughter Blue Ivy

While details on the video are scarce, Beyoncé recently announced that she’s curating The Lion King: The Gift, the companion album to the official soundtrack of the movie. That soundtrack, featuring her Donald Glover-assisted rendition of “Can You Feel the Love Tonight,” is out now.

The cover of Elton John‘s classic 1994 ballad features Bey and Glover’s harmonies, along with narration from Billy Eichner, who plays Timon, and Seth Rogen, who portrays Pumbaa.  The movie arrives July 19.

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