As the movie alludes to, in modern society, Black people have not been often depicted as beautiful and regal. Through the incredible visuals of the film, the movie shifts the narrative by placing Black men and women in elegance. In “Brown Skin Girl,” Lupita Nyong’o and Kelly Rowland join Beyoncé to assure Black women of their grace, and “MY POWER” discusses one’s ability to influence. Additionally, Black Is King makes use of The Lion King’s theme of family kinship. As Beyoncé often does with her recent work, her oldest daughter, Blue Ivy, can be found throughout the movie, perhaps as a symbol of her passing down her influence.