A Bollywood film’s song about Beyoncé has earned the ire of many online for its racist and sexist lyrics.
Beyoncé recently attended the “Lion King” red carpet premiere in London wearing a custom yellow gown by renowned Vietnamese designer Cong Tri Nguyen.View this post on Instagram
A lavish wedding between a couple from two of India’s richest families features a three-day pre-wedding party, the attendance of several Bollywood stars, and a private concert by one of the biggest singers in the world.
Beyonce Knowles was spotted at the Smoothie King Center last Sunday night wearing a Gucci Kimono worth a whopping $22,000.
The superstar was with her husband Jay Z and daughter Blue Ivy Carter sitting courtside during the 66th NBA All-Star Game held at the stadium in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Comedian Naomi Watanabe immediately captured the hearts of the Japanese audience when she first hit the public stage in 2008. Her charming and hilarious imitation of Beyoncé Knowles has earned her thousands of fans and the title of “Japanese Beyoncé.“
Lip-syncing popular hits such as “Crazy in Love” and “Dreamgirls,” Watanabe goes full-Beyonce mode as she mimicked the American superstar’s signature gyrating moves and facial expressions.
Beyoncé fans are terrorizing Food Network’s celebrity chef Rachael Ray on social media after mistaking her for fashion designer Rachel Roy.
Tidal, Jay Z’s music subscription brainchild, launched earlier today with 16 musical heavyweights under its belt.
So far, the list of artists who’ve joined in includes Beyonce, Kanye West, Arcade Fire, Rihanna, Drake, Coldplay, Calvin Harris, Nicki Minaj, Usher, Jack White, Alicia Keys, J. Cole, Jason Aldean, Daft Punk, Deadmau5 and Madonna — all household names, all claiming that the current industry climate devalues their music. Specifically, they charge that sites like Spotify and Pandora prevent artists from ever seeing the full fruits of their generated revenue via those sites.
Have you ever wondered what the kind of music you listen to says about your intelligence? One man has found out what kind of music intelligent people listen to as well as what the not-so-smart people like.
Software developer Virgil Griffith conducted a study in 2009 at various universities, matching SAT scores to the musical artists students liked on Facebook. Students at the California Institute of Technology, now the seventh ranked university in the world, had an average SAT score 1520. By matching their scores to music they thumbs-upped on Facebook, Griffith concluded that smart people like Beethoven, Sufjan Stevens and Radiohead. On the other end of the spectrum, dumb people listened to Lil Wayne, Beyoncé and T.I.