February 20, 2017

Beyoncé’s Lemonade flies from No. 33 to No. 9, following the diva’s elaborate performance of the set’s “Love Drought” and “Sandcastles” on the Grammy Awards. Lemonade earned another 38,000 units (up 190 percent), selling 29,000 copies (up 241 percent). The album won the Grammy for best urban contemporary album, while its video for the song “Formation” won the best music video trophy. – Billboard

February 18, 2017

Looks like it’s time to go home. An umbrella was carried over pregnant pop star Beyonce, as well as over husband, Jay-Z, who carried daughter Blue Ivy onboard a private jet.

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February 17, 2017

Beyonce was seen stepping out low key with her bodyguard and assistant on a shopping trip in Beverly Hills, California on February 16, 2017. Beyonce protected her growing baby bump with her hand while rocking a Virgil Abloh’ t-shirt from Off-White. (Kanye’s Designer).

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February 13, 2017

Hold on! Don’t try to slow me down!

After the Grammys, DJ Khaled dropped a new track and it featuring no other than Beyonce and Jay Z!

Definitely different than the vibe Beyonce has been giving lately. Beyonce sings, “Money don’t make me happy, and a fella can’t make me fancy.Smiling for a whole ‘nother reason, all smiles through all four seasons“, in the song she talks about how she has been winning, but not because of the reasons you thinks she is.

Now I’d be lying if I didn’t say, it sounds like they are taking shots at…… someone…..

Petty Petty Petty
I been winning steady
Yonce Yonce Yonce
All up on yo grill lil boy
Poppin off at the mouth, all yeah boy
Came out ’97, Winning 20 years boy

Then Jay Z raps:

I shouldn’t even work back with niggas
12 solo albums, all platinum niggas
…..
I know you aint out here talkin down
Saying boss shit when you a runner right?

February 12, 2017

Keep checking back for the latest updates on Beyonce! Beyonce has won 2 Grammys, Best Urban Contemporary Album and Best Music Video.

Album Of The Year – Lemonade
Record Of The Year – Formation
Song Of The Year – Formation

Best Urban Contemporary Album – Lemonade WON
Best Rap/Sung Performance – Freedom
Best Rock Performance – Don’t Hurt Yourself
Best Music Video – Formation WON
Best Pop Solo Performance – Hold Up
Best Music Film – Lemonade

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February 12, 2017

Congrats to Beyonce! She walked away with 5 awards this weekend from the NAACP Image Awards

Outstanding Female Artist
Outstanding Duo, Group or Collaboration:Freedom” Beyoncé feat. Kendrick Lamar
Outstanding Music Video: Formation” Beyoncé
Outstanding Album: Lemonade
Outstanding Song (Contemporary):Freedom” Beyoncé feat. Kendrick Lamar

Stay tuned for more slayage tonight at the Grammys!

February 09, 2017

59th GRAMMY nominees Beyoncé, Mike Will Made-It and others tell the inside story of the Album Of The Year-nominated Lemonade

On the evening of April 23, 2016, Beyoncé turned the entire entertainment industry on its head with the surprise release of Lemonade. With its Best Music Film GRAMMY-nominated companion celebrating African-American culture, and lyrics that had everyone speculating about her relationship with Jay Z and the identity of “Becky with the good hair,” Lemonade successfully quenched her fans’ thirst.

The leading 59th GRAMMY nominee’s sixth studio album is arguably more nuanced than her previous projects. While Beyoncé has tackled women’s empowerment and relationship topics before, Lemonade is more personal, representing a shift for an artist who manages to be omnipresent and mysterious. For the first time, Beyoncé appeared vulnerable, but still Queen Bey — demonstrated with songs celebrating her womanhood and heritage in the midst of racial turmoil.

The album has since become a pop-culture phenomenon — discussed everywhere from daytime talk shows to university classrooms — garnering Beyoncé nine GRAMMY nominations in six Fields, including Rock, R&B and Rap, and upping her career nomination total to 62. Following is the inside story of Lemonade.

James Blake (featured artist/producer): Beyoncé came to the studio and I was sitting at the piano when I met her. She was just lovely. I came up with something to go with an idea she had. I just embellished her melody. I think the idea was to use some of her lyrics, but I didn’t realize that — I misunderstood and did something entirely different from what she wanted. But it didn’t matter, because she really liked it. Blue Ivy was there too, which was nice. She was singing along to the song, which was a huge compliment because kids just don’t have any pretense whatsoever.

I was pleasantly surprised to find that my song came in at the point that it did, and that she harmonizes with me for a brief moment. The first time I heard that, I got chills.
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