According to my iTunes, the only worthy females with names that start with a “B” are Beysus, Britney, & Brandy. Beysus is coincidentally in NYC performing at the Roseland Ballroom, Brit is on tour, and Brandy is…, so my bet is on Beyoncé. Love In This Club Part III, perhaps? (Reminisce on Part II inside)
Beysus is finally promoting “4” in the US! Here she is, on The View, performing “1+1” and “Best Thing I Never Had”, along with an interview with The View ladies. Check out the interview below.
Album Sales for the week of July 19th-August 25th are out. DJ Khaled’s “We The Best Forever” was the only release I was checking for last Tuesday, and to be expected, he flopped. This was Khaled’s fifth album, but first album with a mainstream label backing under Cash Money/Universal, yet it only sold 24,775. I pretty much called it in my review, the album won’t produce anymore Top 10 hits like “I’m On One”…not even on the R&B/Hip-Hop charts, so we can just forget about the existence of this album.
Anyway though, Kidz Bop opened at number one *blank ass stare*, folks keep sucking Adele and she moved from #3 last week to #2, and finally Beysus held strong at her #5 position selling 30,316 more copies of “4”.
Check back next week for the
flop sales of Kelly Rowland’s “Here I Am”!
In this exclusive chat with Beyoncé, her first gay press interview since 2006, the singer/actress/glamour-girl spoke about how the fierceness of her gay fans inspires her, the intimidation she’s feeling following in the footsteps of Judy and Barbra for her upcoming role in “A Star Is Born,” and what she really meant by the “girls” who run the world. Click the cut to read the rest of the interview.
Legends, Kanyesus and JeHova share footage of the making of their upcoming album, “Watch The Throne”. There are also small cameos of Beysus supporting her man. Soooooo excited for this album! You can watch it here, but hurry it seems that they have been taking down links.
King B looks damn good as she covers the August/September issue of Complex Magazine. The cover was shot by photgrapher Thierry Le Gouès and artist Ebon Heath created the typography that surrounds Bey. Check out the behind the scenes video inside! Continue reading