Beyoncé doesn't need a Grammy nom to get on that stage.
(On the music charts.)
Yes, that Frozen.
Each video was released on YouTube, as an accompaniment to her new album.
In the intro to "XO."
His album made a brief surprise appearance on Amazon.
It's closing in on 1,000,000 copies sold.
Well, not any physical copies.
Some suggestions for what you should work into your routine.
"I would be like, 'Oh, we might not even use it, it might just be scrapped.'"
It's too digital.
Imma let you finish, but Beyoncé just made seventeen of the best videos of all time.
"The two videos I did were the last ones to be delivered in the big package ... everyone was just waiting on me at one point."
"It’s not like we paid him. He’s Harvey Keitel — he doesn’t need money."
First, it went by the codename Lily.
We'll start. You help us finish.
We appreciate your art, Bey.
Expect a full review next week, but our critic's overall feeling after a couple of listens: on balance, a very fine record.
Is there such a thing as a happy panic attack?
So says Columbia Records.
(For 22 days.)
The former VJ expounds on Britney, Kid Rock, and more.