As we sit and WAIT IMPATIENTLY for the Super Bowl LVI EPIC HALFTIME event featuring Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar and Mary J. Blige, let’s go back and RANK the WORST and the BEST HALFTIME SHOWS!
This is not MY LIST, because Justin Timberlake would be FARTHER DOWN my list than here, but I DIGRESS. CHECK OUT where each show RANKED! The NUMBER 1 SPOT may SURPRISE you….
Beyonce & Jay-Z faced a lot of backlash for their Tiffany ad in the past weeks and now the criticism gets DEEPER as Basquiat collaborators are now DISTANCING themselves for the MEGA-WATT couple as well!
Beyoncé and Jay-Z recently appeared in a new campaign from Tiffany & Co. that featured a never-before-seen Basquiat original, and friends of the artist aren’t happy about it.
Beyonce is UNMATCHED! Let’s just start by saying that!
‘Rolling Stone’ just celebrated MTV’s 40th birthday by LISTING the 100 GREATEST music videos of ALL TIME, and Beyonce’s ‘Formation’ made the LIST…actually it TOPPED the LISTE and here is WHY!
Stone calls the Melina Matsoukas-directed “Formation” as a “striking commentary on significant moments in Black American history” that debuted during Black History Month in 2016.
WAKE IT UP!!
10 years ago on August 21 2011, Beyonce DROPPED ‘Run The World’!
It was written by Terius “The-Dream” Nash and Beyoncé, while heavily sampling “Pon de Floor” by Major Lazer written by Nick “Afrojack” van de Wall, Wesley “Diplo” Pentz, David “Switch” Taylor and Adidja “Vybz Kartel” Palmer. Production was handled by Switch, The-Dream, Beyoncé, and Shea Taylor.
The song’s development was motivated by Beyoncé wanting to do something different: a mixture of different cultures and eras, a new sound, and a message which would give women strength. An unedited demo of the song, then thought to be titled “Girls (Who Run the World)”, was leaked on the internet on April 18, 2011. “Run the World” premiered on US radio on April 21, 2011, and was digitally released the same day.
The song’s accompanying music video was directed by Francis Lawrence and was filmed in California over a three-day span. The video won Best Choreography at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards and Best Dance Performance at the 2011 Soul Train Music Awards. Continue reading WAKE UP JAM: #Beyonce ‘Run The World (Girls)’ [vid]→