Beyoncé "The Lion King" premiere
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An epic new music video from Beyoncè is coming our way, and it is being filmed at an incredible location, according to reports from TMZ. Very few people could pull off renting out an entire national park, but if anyone were to do it, it would be queen Bey. 

While fans can't wait for more Bey content and a sure-to-be incredible visual, some people were disappointed that the artist took advantage of the national park and ruined some trips for park-goers who had planned a Grand Canyon adventure in advance. Plus, the land is sacred for an Arizona Native American tribe, though Beyoncé did acquire the necessary permits to film on their land. 

Rumor has it that the video is for something from the The Lion King: The Gift. The first single "Spirit" already released, but the rest of the album is to be expected July 19 along with the movie. 

Some sneaky fans caught sight of the singer with daughter Blue Ivy at the famous landmark waterfall, Havasu Falls. 

The artist stands in the crystal clear blue waters in the Arizona location. One fan managed to capture a first look and assumed that the video has to do with the upcoming The Lion King remake. According to TMZ, Beyoncé was flown in and out of the location via helicopter, as it usually requires a 10-mile trek to reach one of the gorgeous Havasupai waterfalls. 

The exclusive location is sacred to the Havasupai tribe in Arizona, and only a few hundred guests are allowed to visit each year. 

One person hoped that the singer would give credit to the Native American tribe for providing the land for the video. "She’s at Havasupai Falls on the Havasupai Indian Reservation in the Grand Canyon! It would be dope if her team could acknowledge the sacred lands they shot on @beyonce," the tweet reads. 

According to TMZ, Beyoncé organized the shoot beforehand and received permission from the tribe to block off the falls for a few hours to film. 

One camper was throughly disappointed by the experience because it hindered their own Canyon trip. 

"Was here for this. Disappointing they blocked the only trail to the waterfalls and we leave today. We waited over a year for passes. Bey didn’t even come into the village and thank the Havasupai people," a witness tweeted. Thousands of people get turned away every day from visiting the scenic falls, but definitely not Queen Bey. Hopefully the artist will credit the tribe with providing the land for the video and give the park a shout out for letting her interrupt the day. 

Beyoncé hopped back into the chopper to leave the shoot with her daughter Blue Ivy. 

The video could also feature Beyoncé's daughter Blue Ivy, who was seen with her. The picturesque background was stunning, and it's not difficult to see why it drew inspiration. The artist was wearing a blue dress set against the turquoise waters. 

While it's unconfirmed whether or not the video has to do with Beyoncé's part in The Lion King, the film's soundtrack did just drop.

Listen to Beyoncé and Donald Glover harmonize beautifully in "Can You Feel The Love Tonight," or Billy Eichner and Seth Rogan's jovial bop "Hakuna Matata." The soundtrack matches the original almost perfectly with the addition of Beyoncé's new single "Spirit" that will be featured in the new conjoined album with the movie. 

Fans believe it could be for the newest single "Spirit." 

The gorgeous natural setting of Havasu Falls would harken elements of the landscape in The Lion King. But if the video has nothing to do with her current project, then fans are in luck because that means entirely new Beyoncé content is on the way. 

Beyoncé sticks up for minority people, and will surely credit the Havasupai tribe for their land in the video. While some people were disappointed at the five hour shutdown of the national park, it will be worth it when these stunning visuals in the video drop. 

Beyoncé stunned at the film's premiere in a shimmery blazer dress with a skirt that matched her 6-year-old's. 

Beyoncé will star as the voice of Nala in the upcoming remake of The Lion King, and fans are chomping at the bit to see how the new version compares to the original. The actor and singer was absolutely glowing at the premiere in Alexander McQueen with sleek, braided finger waves. Blue Ivy joined her in a matching skirt and two diamond-wrapped buns on top of her head.