The Black Entertainment Television Awards in the United States at sunset on the 23rd, one of the musical performances caused discussion among netizens, the film's protagonist is African-American hip-hop singer Lizzo, her music and wild performance style, let Rihanna on the stage all get up to applaud!

Recently, a music performance clip was highly discussed by netizens, is an African-American female singer on the stage swinging her buttocks, but also while dancing while playing the flute, her expression confident, exaggerated wild performance style, even sitting under the stage Rihanna can not help but get up and clap.

It's actually a clip from the Black Entertainment Awards on June 23rd in the UNITED States, where the girl in the film is hip-hop singer Lizzo. She is an active advocate of women's self-worth, body self-love, esocy-autonomous pop music, with magnetic thickness of singing, first-class flute strength, in January this year she launched a new single "Juice", MV has reached 20 million views, in the general climate of social discrimination against obesity, she proudly told the world:

Dear girl, your body is fashion,
Dear big girls, your body is high fashion.

I don't need to change my body size for the sake of society.

Born in Titzin, Lizzo moved to Houston, Texas, at the age of ten because she had been trapped by her figure since she was a grown-up, and as the "fat girl" in her mouth, she looked forward to conveying positive thoughts through flute and hip-hop, which, while not a few singers who convey positive thoughts in the music industry, often have a demeaning connotation in the lyrics of male-dominated hip-hop, and Lizzo not only because of her African-American status, but also because of her size. but for all the African-American girls who want to be seen. 」

Photo :Lizzo IG.

There are huge ambitions in her music, such as the song "Juice", which is full of admiration for herself:

Magic mirror, magic mirror, you don't have to open your mouth, because I know I'm beautiful.

Again, the song "Fitness" sings:

I'm trying to exercise,

Think about how strong it will be when I'm on stage,

Think when I'm on stage, I won't stop twisting.

Think of when I'm on stage, the whole scene is in my hands.

And the sport I'm doing now is not for you.

Lizzo shakes her head as she rushes to tell girls how to dress thin and how to shape her personal curves, choosing to swing stage, and she doesn't apologize for her figure. Lizzo loves the depressions on her thighs, the fat on her back, and her black elbows, which she says are beautiful and don't need to cover her curves through clothing.

For most high-profile designs that favor slim versions, Lizzo once told designers, "You don't want to make clothes for me, and I don't want to wear your designs, and I can look good anyway." But if you want to dress me up, you want to change the rules of the game, design for my fat body, call me. 」

Three songs recommend that you know Lizzo better.

If you want to get to know Lizzo better, recommend three songs that are full of joy and will definitely fall in love with you again:


I was born so beautiful that I didn't have to work hard to change it. Like a bottle of white wine, the longer you put it, the better.
I was born like this, don't even gotta try. I'm like chardonnay, get better over time.

MV with a bit of 70s retro style, this light-touch song, each sentence conveys a strong sense of self-love: I'm like a good bottle of wine, the longer it's put on, the more fragrant it becomes.

Good As Hell.

Girl, put on your war shoes, take a deep breath, now you should put your love on yourself.

Woo girl, need to kick off your shoes. Got to take a deep breath, time to focus on you.

This song is written for you after falling out of love, you may try your best on each other, but get no response. 'Girls, it's time to focus on yourself,' Lizzo says.

Truth Hurts.

Why do men constantly shape themselves how great they are? And I'm just going to take a DNA test and I'm considered a?

Why men great 'til they gotta be great? I just took a DNA test, turns out I'm 100% that.

Lizzo explained the meaning of the song on Twitter, accusing a society dominated by men of constantly shaping its own myths and greatness without seeing the benefits to society of unequal institutions. The song has the connotation of advocating gender parity.

Do you know Lizzo this girl better after reading it? As a woman, we don't apologize for our speciality, we don't hide ourselves for anyone: "I'm glad I'm a woman, and I'm happy that I'm a hip-hop singer, which allows me to sing for a group of people that I never sang." 」