Her best album cover photoshop by miles. I love the B’Day one too, but diamonds are Menime123’s best friendurbanmusik wrote:
Did anyone realise a track from the Dangerously in Love sessions called I Can't Take No More has recently been added to iTunes in the US?
According to an MTV news article it was a bonus download for those who pre-ordered the album off the Sony music store back in 2003. I never even knew the song existed. It's a nice soulful addition to B's discography.
I posted it in the album thread (retro).urbanmusik wrote:According to an MTV news article it was a bonus download for those who pre-ordered the album off the Sony music store back in 2003. I never even knew the song existed. It's a nice soulful addition to B's discography.
I’ve been listening to her a lot this week and as enjoyable as most of it is, a lot of it sounds incredibly dated. Her lyrics are so random... that whole WWW moment is life and death all at the same timespiritboy wrote:A little bit drunk and listening to some King bops, i can see why it is easy to hate on Beyoncé. She rules tho.
EMINEM SAYS BEYONCÉ COLLABORATION WAS ON HIS ‘WISH LIST’
Before taking the stage on “SNL,” Eminem breaks down his “Walk On Water” collaboration with Beyoncé. Beaming about the song during an interview with Shade45, Slim Shady explained how the Rick Rubin and Skylar Gray-produced track came to fruition.
“First of all, Beyoncé is amazing,” he gushed. “It’s been on my wish list for a long time, but I never really had a song that I felt would be right to present to her. I was kind of waiting and then me and Paul kicked the idea around after I finished it. Based off what it was about, I felt like she probably could relate to this, too.”
He went on to praise the singer for being flawless. “Everything she does is so perfect,” he said. “But, the pressures behind that, for her to do it so perfect, I felt like she could probably relate to that. I told her, ‘I’ve never seen you make a mistake before, ever, performance wise, everything.’ Every song she puts out, every album, it’s so calculated and precise. Everything’s always so perfect.”
Elsewhere, Em revealed that he was “extremely angry” about President Donald Trump when he made “The Storm” freestyle and that he remains upset with the administration. “I can’t stand that ****,” he said. When the conversation turned to hip-hop today, Slim Shady praised its evolution, claimed he can “certainly appreciate it” and said that he tries to “stay up on everything that’s out.” In recent days, Rubin revealed that Em was “frustrated” by mumble rap’s popularity.
While he did not disclose a release date for his album Revival, which was rumored to drop today, Marshall did reveal that it was executive produced by Rick Rubin and that Dr. Dre mixed a few songs (via HipHop-N-More).
Truer words have never been spoken.KEY9481 wrote:My only problem with Beyoncé's tours is that it's always the same songs but mixed in a different set.
Be adventurous sis. Open that Wikipedia page and remember what you've recorded
Like the next tour is not even set but I can already say she's going to perform CIL, Baby Boy, Naughty Girl, Diva, Drunk in Love, 1+1, Party, Survivor, Halo.
Spare me with the "biggest hits of her!". She has others.
Fans would literally die if she brought back Dangerously in Love for example. Leave Diva and bring Hip Hop Star if you wanna be hood. Just an example.
Basically.Shayonce wrote:I wish she rethink her performances/tour, focus on live music/band more, less dances which became too repetitive in a way.
spaced them well, change arrangement more live ish with bands, more organic way.