Chadwick Boseman left for his heavenly abode on 28th August 2020 due to colon cancer. His performance as a Black hero remains unparalleled. His last performance was shot for Netflix’s new drama, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom. He had filmed it in the summer of 2019.
In this, he is opposite Viola Davis. Davis has played the real-life “Mother of the Blues” in this drama.
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The story is set in the backdrop of 1920s-era Chicago. The drama also has a recording session. During this, Ma Rainey frequently butts heads with Boseman’s aspiring trumpet player, Levee. Levee freely expresses his feelings about the band of blues. He has voiced his opinions about the working methods of the singer.
The trailer has shown that the movie consists of dramatic conflict between Davis and Boseman. This drama also highlights the issue of Black artists’ exploitation. We can see Levee and Ma Rainey fighting to take control of their careers. They fight against the whole recording industry. Several musical sequences can also be seen in this Netflix drama.
The Final Performance Of Chadwick In Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
This drama is getting maximum attention as it is Boseman’s last performance. His fans awaited his final version, and now it is here. “I got my time coming to me,” Boseman remarks in the official trailer released by Netflix. You can watch the trailer here: