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(Sticky) The Carters "713" Dance Video

September 24, 2018

Guys! Me and my friend made a dance video to Beyonce & Jay-Z's "713". If you like it, please share! It would be cool if this could reach them, so any help would be appriciated!

On the Run II Tour in Los Angeles (September 23)

September 24, 2018

Yesterday Beyonce and Jay-Z performed for the second time at the Rose Bowl in Los Angeles. After the concert, Bey wrote: "Los Angeles, thank you for two unforgettable nights!"

On the Run II Tour After Party in Los Angeles

September 23, 2018

After the last night's show, Beyonce and Jay-Z celebrated at an after party.

On the Run II Tour in Los Angeles (September 22)

September 23, 2018

Last night Beyonce and Jay-Z performed during the On the Run II Tour at the Rose Bowl stadium in Los Angeles, CA. After the show, Bey wrote: "To everyone in Rose Bowl last night, thank you! Let’s do it again tonight."

New Ivy Park AW18 Items

September 22, 2018

Are you ready for more Ivy Park?! The latest AW18 drop is in stores now. Find your closest retailer.

"Mi Gente" Nominated at the 2018 Latin Grammys

September 22, 2018

The Latin Recording Academy has announced nominees for its 19th Annual Latin Grammy Awards. Beyoncé's collaboration with J Balvin & Willy William "Mi Gente" is nominated in one category. The ceremony will take place November 15th at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

Best Urban Fusion/Performance
Mi Gente - J Balvin & Willy William Featuring Beyoncé
Internacionales - Bomba Estéreo
Yo Contra Ti - Daddy Yankee Featuring Orquesta Sinfónica De Puerto
Sua Cara - Major Lazer Featuring Anitta & Pabllo Vittar
Malamente - Rosalía

On the Run II Tour in Phoenix (September 19)

September 22, 2018

Beyonce and Jay-Z performed during the On the Run II Tour at the State Farm Stadium in Phoenix, AZ on September 19. Before the show, Bey wrote: "Thank you to my hometown for being the loudest crowd so far. 7 more shows. Phoenix let’s go!" My Life (September 20)

September 22, 2018

Beyonce shared new personal photos on her website.

"Mi Gente" Nominated For Two Latin AMAs!

September 18, 2018

The 2018 Latin American Music Awards are coming back in October to celebrate the best of Latin music. Beyoncé's collaboration with J Balvin & Willy William "Mi Gente" is up for two awards! The show is slated to air live Oct. 25 on Telemundo from The Dolby Theater in Hollywood, Ca.

Song of the Year
Becky G feat. Bad Bunny - “Mayores”
Daddy Yankee - “Dura”
J Balvin & Willy William feat. Beyoncé - “Mi Gente”
Luis Fonsi & Demi Lovato - “Échame La Culpa”
Maluma & Nego do Borel - “Corazón”
Nicky Jam & J Balvin - “X”
Wisin feat. Ozuna - “Escápate Conmigo”

Favorite Song - Urban
Becky G feat. Bad Bunny - “Mayores”
Daddy Yankee - “Dura”
J Balvin & Willy William feat. Beyoncé - “Mi Gente”
Nicky Jam & J Balvin - “X”
Wisin feat. Ozuna - “Escápate Conmigo”

Beyoncé Set to Perform at City of Hope Gala

September 17, 2018

It was announced today that global icon Beyoncé will perform at the City of Hope gala on October 11 in Los Angeles. This will mark her first solo performance following the successful run of the biggest tour of the summer, with JAY-Z. OTRII stadium tour started in Cardiff, UK in June and is scheduled to wrap on October 4 in Seattle, Washington.

City of Hope, a world-renowned independent research and treatment center for cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases, is honoring Jon Platt, Chairman and CEO of Warner/Chappell Music, with its prestigious Spirit of Life® award. Platt has worked with Beyoncé since 2005.

Inspired by the guiding humanitarian principles of City of Hope and motivated by the institution's commitment to innovative medical research and compassionate patient care, a group of key industry executives founded the charity’s Music, Film and Entertainment Industry Group in 1973. In its 45-year history, the group has raised more than $118 million for City of Hope and has honored some of the most important figures in the music and entertainment industry.

The evening’s host will be producer/entertainer Pharrell Williams and JAY-Z, multi-Grammy winner/entrepreneur, will present the award to Platt.

“Beyoncé agreed to perform without a moment’s hesitation, and that wasn’t just for me,” said Jon Platt. “She wanted to be part of our celebration for the patients, doctors, scientists, and nurses who make City of Hope a place where miracles can happen. That’s what makes her a cultural icon. She’s not only a genius, in a class of her own, but she has phenomenal heart and soul, and she knows how to use them. This event is going to be one for the ages.”

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February 15, 2017

Beyoncé’s Choreographer Talks Grammys & Coachella

Always one to “cause all this conversation,” Beyoncé had fans and Grammys viewers alike buzzing about her performance Sunday night.

At the 59th Annual Grammy Awards, the expectant diva, 35, took the stage to perform her restrained Lemonade tracks “Love Drought” and “Sandcastles.” Complete with video montages, holograms, and a precariously placed chair, her 10-minute set had the audience rapt — and occasionally scratching their heads!

PEOPLE caught up with JaQuel Knight, Beyoncé’s longtime choreographer (you can thank him for that iconic “Single Ladies” wrist twist!), who opened up about how “mind-blowing” it is to work with Queen Bey, what her goddess-inspired Grammys performance meant — and if she’ll take the stage at Coachella!

How did last night’s performance come together?

We’ve been working five weeks on this, since January, and then we also just started developing the number “Love Drought” right after Tour, so the number’s been in development for a while.

She’s pregnant with twins! How did that inform the choreography?

You know, we were building the number and working on it a few weeks before she told us, and then she was sending notes, and the notes were kind of like, “Okay, what’s going on here?” And then once we found out, when she told us, it made total sense, and it was the perfect occasion for it all!

There was so much religious imagery included in the performance. A lot of people have pieced together that it evokes African and Roman goddesses. What was the message she was going for?

I think it’s just the empowerment of women, coming together and standing strong — doing something that your children can look up to and say, “Wow, my mom is that.” She wanted something that can be as classic as the Last Supper imagery, those looks. That’s where it was going. They last forever; super timeless, classic.

Between the video montages and all the dancers onstage, it was hard to tell what was even going on at times. What was the meaning behind that?

The whole idea was you don’t know what’s real and what’s fake. When you project on that, it really looks like, “Oh my God, that’s really her! She’s really onstage!” And then you realize, “Oh, that wasn’t her.” We really wanted to play big on that. It was something that we explored a bit in our Tidal performance this past fall. We wanted to dive a bit deeper and really pad it out with more of that and have some fun with it also, so that’s where that came from.

One of the craziest moments was when she was leaning back on a chair, completely parallel to the ground! How did that come together?

The chair was something we used in the film as well and wanted to bring some of those great visuals to life. So playing with the chair — it was like, “Maybe the chair can lean back by itself.” And so that’s what we did. It worked really cool, like — but it’s really scary, though! The first time you see it, you’re like, “Oh my God, she’s gonna fall!”

How did she not fall?! Was she strapped in somehow?

No! The chair is just hooked to the table.

You’ve worked with Beyoncé for years.

I’ve been with Beyoncé since 2008, starting with “Single Ladies.” This whole era — the “Formation” video, the Super Bowl, Lemonade, then the Formation Tour, then MTV VMAs — it’s been a crazy year, as far as performances! Her goal was to perform the entire album live, so last night was my wrap-up to that: “Love Drought” and “Sandcastles” were the last two records we haven’t performed live, so it was a great way to end the Lemonade era.

Lemonade was such a groundbreaking project. What did it mean to you to be a part of that creative behind the scenes?

It’s so mind-blowing working with Bey. Every time we come back, she’s pushing us to the max to push outside the box, to do something different, to, go “Okay, we’ve done that; how can we push the limits even more? How can we dance differently? How can we showcase the girls differently? How can we make our people proud?” With Lemonade, it was all about going back and really focusing in on culture and making an impact and wanting to change mindsets and understand that we all can be great — everyone can be great. Any time that she has a vision and wants to do something, it’s like, “Okay, here we go again.”

What’s it like working with a modern icon?

Every time we’re back at it, you can see the growth in her as a woman. Now that she’s gonna be a mother of two — and you saw the growth once Blue came — how she switched … She’s such a great mom, and she really does a great job at growing and taking all the things she’s learned from motherhood and .

So what do you two have in the works next?

We’re still waiting to see what’s going on with Coachella , so I’m looking forward to that!

Yeah, she’s gonna be very pregnant in April! How’s that gonna go?

We’ll see what she decides to do! But I know I would love to see her just rock out to her music, doing nothing — just let her do her thing.