Less than 24 hours after Beyoncé premiered her visual album Lemonade on HBO, a conversation that initially centered on the project’s artistic depth quickly turned into a swarm of gossip. On the night of its release, fashion designer Rachel Roy made the mistake of recycling a line in the track “Sorry” (where Beyoncé…
Did you listen to Beyonce’s hottest new record? Maybe watch her hour-long short film? If you have, then it’s very like because you signed up for Tidal. Which begs the question: is Tidal starting to actually win?
The Ty-Lite Selfie Case, developed by Beyoncé’s stylist Ty Hunter, does the thing it sets out to do. It takes well-lit selfies—enveloping its users in a sensuous vanity-light glow. Ty Hunter will always have a special place in my heart, because he styled Solange for her “Losing You” video, and he styled Beyoncé’s…
Just when you thought the world had hit peak Beyoncé, the hippest city in Australia is going to build a massive skyscraper inspired by… Beyoncé. This is not a joke. The city of Melbourne has given planning approval for the construction of a curvy 68-story tower in its central business district. It even moves.
Beyoncé recently wore a gold link Apple Watch at Coachella— but it’s not one of the Apple Watch bracelets available to buy, at least not yet. Elderly Draco Malfoy impersonator Karl Lagerfeld also had his wrist photographed clad in this mysterious gold link Apple Watch.
Only a few minutes ago, the entire music industry stood on a stage in a collective display of how rich and out of touch they are. They think you are willing to pay up to double the price of other streaming music services to pay for their streaming music service, because they are crazy.
I didn't read Fifty Shades of Grey. I probably won't see the movie. In fact, I don't even really know what the damn thing is about outside of the sensational BDSM scenes that drove suburban moms so wild. But hot damn, the soundtrack is steamy, as is the new video for The Weeknd's single "Earned It."
As a Friday treat to her mortal fans, Beyonce released two of the songs off her upcoming deluxe version of last year's Beyonce, which is coming out November 24. Both songs are good, but I can't resist Beyonce when she raps so I'm favoring "7/11."
Every day is Beyoncé day, really. The goofballs who still question if women can have it all tend to ignore the fact that Beyoncé exists. But only one day a year is Beyoncé's actual birthday, and that day is today. Or at least we think it is. She might also be an alien from planet Better Than Everyone, but on the off…
Sue me if I don't find this song inspiring. I'm a grown woman. I can do whatever I want. Seriously, if you need motivation in the morning, just pop this bad boy on repeat.
The idea is simple. Take a hit song, make a music video using only emoji, wait for the lulz. In the case of the movie Jesse Hill recently uploaded to Vimeo, the hit song is Beyoncé, and the emoji are hilarious.
Beyoncé dropped her surprise album exclusively on iTunes in the wee hours of Friday morning and it's already sold a million copies. It's a "visual album," featuring 14 songs and 17 videos, and it's somewhat of a left turn from the way we've become used to consuming music these days.
Overnight, Beyonce has released her fifth studio album without warning. Referred to as the "visual album" and titled Beyoncé, it was made exclusively available on iTunes without any announcement—and has already made quite an impact.
Beyonce is a goddess and today is her birthday, thus "Upgrade U," a song off her 2006 album B'Day is perfectly fitting.
When I was a child, there was a number that crudely measured how many people paid attention to something. It was called the Nielsen rating. Perhaps you remember it. Today it's an unimportant relic that only reveals what was happening.
Forget Bin Laden, Japan's earthquake and the Royal Wedding. "I want you to feel the love that's growing inside me" were the words that ignited the mother of all clusterfucks.
The highly anticipated annual mashup of all the year's poppiest songs is here: DJ Earworm's United States of Pop. It's a skillful collection of all the songs that you loved and loved to hate in 2010.
Did you blink during the Super Bowl commercial breaks? Too bad if you did, because it means you may have missed the anemic number of gadget or tech-related commercials worth talking about tomorrow at the water cooler. But! Megan Fox!
Laptopmag has just run an article on what they reckon (hope) the next few celebrity mobile phones are likely to be. Apart from the fact that celebrity mobiles help us see Beyoncé's left breast, they are pretty useless, so we are glad some comedy has come of it. Among the bunch, there's the JLo phone with an extra…