Beyoncé really wants you to know her platinum motivation is official this 4th quarter with the quick follow-up to her new single, “7/11.”
We are approaching the one-year anniversary of Beyoncé’s self-titled album. You know, the one that overshadowed everything in its path?
As Beyoncé and her self-titled album continue its dominance on music charts and iPods alike, so do the critiques of her every move.
Beyoncé isn’t letting Target’s refusal to sell her new album turn her into a Christmas Grinch. On the contrary, the superstar singer recently surprised the small town of Tewksbury, Massachusetts and gave everybody in attendance at their local Walmart a $50 gift card.
In case you didn’t get the memo, Beyoncé has put a stronghold on the music industry with her latest self-titled visual album. which dropped in the middle of the night on December 13.
The new year is swiftly approaching and many works of art with a 2013 timestamp will most likely be forgotten unless they’ve made a tremendous impact. In summary, this past week of videos are best described as “something, something, something, Beyoncé, something else.”
So Beyoncé dropped a new album last night. And in case you didn’t know, she pretty much changed the game.
The Internets have awoken to the buzz of the Queen Bee as Beyoncé dropped a new, self-titled album without any promotion, publicity or permission. Who’s your mommy?
Yes, you read that right. The one and only Beyoncé solidified her spot on the throne once again in one fatal swoop by doing the unthinkable — surprising the world with a new album.
Beyonce is starring in a new Target commercial to promote her album 4. In it, we see Bey reflect on her time out of the spotlight that inspired her to create the project. The deluxe edition of 4 will be available exclusively at Target June 28 and feature 6 bonus tracks including 3 remixes. Check […]