It was 14 years ago that Beyoncé burst onto the scene with her first solo record “Crazy In Love.” The summer banger, which featured her future husband Jay Z, propelled Beyoncé into the superstar we know today. Well, just in time for this anniversary, rapper/producer K, Le Maestro released a bouncy remix to the hit . . .
I like Adele. Tim likes Beyoncé. We’re both good friends, but given the results of the Grammys nearly a week ago, you’d get the sense that we shouldn’t be. The whole coverage surrounding the Grammys is symbolic of the very pernicious trend of division in our culture that seems to infect everything it touches and . . .
It was an action-packed night in the world of music last night. That’s right, the 59th annual Grammy Awards went down. The crowd at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California witnessed performances by Beyoncé, A Tribe Called Quest and Anderson. Paak with Busta Rhymes and Consequence, Katy Perry, The Weeknd and Daft Punk, Alicia . . .
Just as we wrap up the 59th annual Grammy Awards, we have a new DJ Khaled track accompanied by Beyoncé and Jay Z titled “Shining” is released. The single artwork also features Khaled’s baby boy Asahd Tuck Khaled. Listen below.
If “great things I didn’t know I needed to hear” is on your list of important things to focus on today, you’ve come to the right place. Lemonade and The Seat At The Table have been combined to create A Seat At The Table While Sipping Purple Lemonade. World stop. We’re still waiting for that . . .
A year ago today, on a cold Saturday in February, Black America was in serious need of some healing. The day before would’ve been the 21st birthday of Trayvon Martin and police were still trigger happy across the nation. The mandarin trashcan was gaining momentum in the polls. This was all during Black History Month. . . .
It’s been a banner season for Solange. Who better to talk to her about her number one selling album, A Seat At The Table, than her sister Beyoncé? That’s exactly what happened with their conversation via Interview Magazine. The two discussed the inspiration behind the album, her childhood, the meaning of “Cranes In The Sky,” . . .
If for some ungodly reason, you’ve yet to watch any of the videos or hear any of the tracks from Beyoncé‘s Lemonade, she’s been doing you a solid over the last 5 months. After releasing the videos for both “Sorry” and “Hold Up” from her critically acclaimed film, today, Bey posted the video for “All . . .
Whereisalex has a ton of amazing original compositions under his belt, but he gets back to the art of the remix with his latest project release, Black Radio. The seven-track effort is reimagines iconic tracks such as Lil Wayne‘s “Go DJ,” Biggie‘s “10 Crack Commandments,” and Beyoncé‘s “Irreplaceable.” Stream Black Radio below.
One thing I’ll always find remarkable and exciting is when top artists from different walks come together to perform/make great music. Tonight, via the 2016 CMA Awards, we got just that. Related: Alison Bonaguro doesn’t think “Daddy Lessons” is a country song, but she can’t prove it The Dixie Chicks and Beyoncé joined forces for a . . .
I ain’t here to argue about her facial features or here to convert atheists into believers. I’m just tryna say the way school need teachers, the way Kathie Lee needed Regis, that’s the way I need Beyoncé. I honestly don’t have time. If you don’t see her greatness at this point, debate your Mama, Daddy, . . .
“Me, Myself and I” was an introspective, gloomy standout on Beyoncé‘s 2003 solo debut album, Dangerously In Love. It addresses feelings that many can likely identify with – the foolish things that we do when blinded by love. Los Angeles-based producer Esta has added his own flair to the emotive record, using an array of layered . . .
As Beyhive members continue to stan and glorify the magic that is Lemonade, artists all over try their best to recreate it by adding their own flavor to song covers. Few have been able to bring justice to Beyoncé‘s highly celebrated material. That’s how I felt until I came across the talented Durand Bernarr. In his . . .
What happens when you can’t be yourself around those you’re supposed to identify with? Anti-blackness is pervasive enough. Leave homophobia at the door. We work to understand who we are. We deserve to be accepted. In the early hours of June 12, a gunman, Omar Mateen, opened fire in a crowded gay nightclub called Pulse . . .
“Let’s take a moment to stand and observe the hell we live in. No matter how hot the fire, it never melts the system.” Joe Budden has always been a powerful wordsmith. He takes a break from dissing Drake to deliver an absolutely scathing freestyle over Beyonce and Kendrick Lamar’s “Freedom” that tackles unsavory truths . . .