Back in February the family of New Orleans artist Anthony Barre, known for his performances and videos as “Messy Mya,” filed a lawsuit for $20 million against Beyoncé for using audio clips of Barre’s videos in her song “Formation.”
For those who want Beyoncé in every possible medium, her new coffee table book, How To Make Lemonade, became available for pre-order on Friday. The bad news is that you’ll first need to read an instructional pamphlet on How To Make A Bunch Of Disposable Income, because it’s...$300.
A very pregnant Beyoncé performed tonight at the Grammys and continues a streak of visually stunning performances in the Lemonade era.
Beyoncé showered holiday joy upon her fans this Saturday with a video posted to Instagram that features the singer outfitted in the tiniest reindeer antlers possible, gesticulating before three flavors of Christmas tree.
Well, it seems Beyoncé is committed to taking over every single corner of the globe in the year 2016, a plan that will apparently include an opening performance at Wednesday night’s Country Music Awards with the Dixie Chicks. Sure! Okay!
Hold up, Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter is now a tech investor! Bey has invested $150,000 into a startup called Sidestep as part of her management company, Parkwood Entertainment. That’s not a ton of cash, but it’s at least enough to pay a few telephone bills, to say nothing of those pesky startup automo’ bills. It…
You’ve probably watched the video for Beyoncé’s “Hold Up” — the stunning masterpiece in which Our Lady Bey runs elegantly amok, wielding a baseball bat. But now you can watch it on YouTube without any hassle whatsoever.
Filmmaker Matt Fulks sued Beyonce Knowles earlier this year for “lifting” elements (including visuals of stairs and parking garages) from his 2014 short film Palinoia for use in Knowles’s 2016 video album Lemonade. In the original complaint, he sought profits “‘attributed to exploitation of his work’ including a…
Remember that Lemonade response album Jay Z was supposedly working on? Probably not, but now you do. Because cooler heads usually prevail, it seems the response album has possibly been traded in for the long-awaited, often gossiped about Jay Z and Beyonce joint album.
The DNC hack may have dominated the news cycle lately, but a far less important figure was also the victim of such an attack. Rachel Roy reportedly called the cops after having multiple accounts of hers hacked.
Beyoncé’s legal team has responded to a lawsuit from a man who claims her visual album Lemonade ripped off his short film.
The woman rumored to have inspired “Becky With the Good Hair” from Lemonade, Rachel Roy, reportedly “grabbed her place card” and ran the hell out of the CFDA Awards earlier this week after discovering Beyoncé Knowles was on her way in.
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The New Yorker’s theater critic, Hilton Als, published a review of Beyoncé’s Formation album and tour this week titled “Beywatch.” “The truth is I wasn’t much interested in her,” he writes late in the piece, “until her sister, Solange Knowles, was caught on camera beating Jay Z’s ass in a hotel elevator in 2014.”
Jay Z has yet to respond to Beyoncé’s real-fictional cheating accusations on Lemonade, but he did say the word in a song.
Beyoncé’s liberating anthem “Formation” makes you want to scream atop your lungs in public places: “When he fuck me good, I take his ass to Red Lobster!!!” Just like this one man did. But then you might get arrested.
Remember when all we as a nation cared about was figuring out the identity of “Becky With the Good Hair,” and thousands of Beyhive members confused designer (and suspected “Becky”) Rachel Roy with celebrity cook (and non-“Becky”) Rachael Ray? You know, the good old days before Blac Chyna announced her pregnancy and…
After watching the video for Rita Wilson’s “Forgiving Me, Forgiving You” for the first time, I pulled my chair closer to my computer and clicked play again. Once it ended, I rolled even closer and listened a second time. By listen number three, my trembling body was so close to the screen that my stomach was being…
Following his wife’s dazzling new visual album which seems to document his infidelity, Jay Z is reportedly working on an album to tell his side of things. This, if true, is a very poor idea.
Two weekends ago, after Beyoncé released a mythologically forceful visual album that attached the most significant art of her career to the narrative of her husband Jay Z cheating on her with a woman she called “Becky with the good hair,” the fashion designer Rachel Roy—presumably operating of her own…