Entries in Beyoncé (13)
Beyoncé gives the world a behind the scenes look at her life, relationship with Jay-Z & becoming a mother. Godess.
During her first concert since the birth of Blue Ivy Carter, at the Revel Resort in Atlantic City, Beyoncé pays tribute to the late Whitney Houston by covering 'I Will Always Love You' and merging it with her own track 'Halo'. You can also check out her cover of Lauryn Hill's 'Ex-Factor' after the jump too. There is a reason why she's called the Queen. Amazing.
Here is a wonderful Tech-House remix of the latest Beyoncé single from 18 year old producer Omar Hafez, who is repping Egypt to the fullest. The original is a simply amazing piece of Pop/R&B, but Omar has given the track a whole new lease of life and given us a version that would be sure to smash up any a club. A month late on this, but sometimes they are the best, especially when they're free.
Jay-Z last night took to his site to unveil the first public pictures of he and Beyoncé's January-born daughter, Blue Ivy Carter. BIC has already made history by being the youngest person in the world to feature on the Billboard chart. I wish them all the luck in the world. More after the jump.
The 26-song DVD Live at Roseland is Beyoncé's most personal to date. In addition to performing 4, she takes fans on a journey from the beginnings of her career to present, incorporating never before seen footage from her personal archives. A simply amazing woman.
Probably because André 3000 was never going to be in the video for the original version, B decides to bring in J. Cole to drop a verse on the official remix for my favourite track and the next single to come from her 2011 release, 4. I love this woman more than words can describe.
A new track from Beyoncé's upcoming album, 4, which features OutKast member André 3000 and is produced by G.O.O.D. Music buddies KanYe West & Consequence. Nothing to say about this track, apart from the fact that it is absolutely amazing. Thank you B.
Another new leak from Beyoncé's upcoming album, 4. This one is written by Babyface, produced by Symbolic One and is my favourite piece to come from the album so far. Sounding fierce.