When the news first broke that Andre 3000 and Beyonce were planning to cover Amy Winehouse’s music for the upcoming The Great Gatsby film, the views across the blogosphere were immediately split. However, as this first preview of their rendition of “Back to Black” proves, it may not be a bad idea.
The wonderful people Pepsi paid over $50 million dollars for Beyonce to be the ambassador of their brand yet both her new commercial for the campaign and the featured song, “Grown Woman”, are relatively low budget. Of course, don’t take my word for it. You need to see this for yourself.
In little over an hour, Beyonce will sound the horn of vengeance and open the gates of Tartarus, thus unleashing the festering beasts of her fan base to defend her new music. However, before the shadows of the abyss flood the Earth, we have the first preview of the song, which is reportedly called “Grown [...]
Remember when Keyshia Cole basically called Beyonce a hypocrite and I indicated that her comments would probably damage her career? Well, my ego would like to let know that I was right. In fact, the backlash has started even sooner than expected as The-Dream stated that he won’t work with her in the future.
Beyonce has been working extra hard to raise her public profile during the last few months and she is finally ready to see if her media investments will yield impressive returns. Spurring the hoards of dedicated followers into a frenzy, the singer has released a special #BeyHereNow teaser for an impending major announcement.
Beyonce’s new song, “I Been On”, is supposedly an ode to her Houston hometown so it’s fitting that she enlisted a long list of rappers from the region for the remix. Among the trill warrior appearing on the track are Bun B, Z-Ro, Scarface, Willie D, Slim Thug and Lil Keke.
Remember back in the day – around 2011 – when Beyonce boasted the message of female empowerment and independence? Well, according to Rolling Stone, the woman Keyshia Cole suggested was a hypocrite has abandoned her stance and succumbed to the pressures of patriarchy with her new album title.
Keyshia Cole’s has trouble detecting when she’s straying drastically off-key but at least she knows a bad song when she hears one. While several producers and artists eager to work with Beyonce showered her new song, “Bow Down/I Been On”, with false praise, Cole has publicly lashed out against the tracks message.
During the last few months, Beyonce’s team has been hard at work manipulating the media and flooding the airwaves with transparent propaganda, easily spotted by people boasting IQs higher than a carrot. Now, the woman heralded as the “Mistress of the Universe” by Oprah Winfrey has proven via a new song called “Bow Down/I Been [...]