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Beyonce.com: Food banks and pantries support

Klaudia//December 1, 2020
This holiday season Beyoncé and team Parkwood are committed to helping families who are facing food shortages, due to the impact of the pandemic caused by COVID-19.

With 1 in 6 Americans facing food insecurity, we have to ban together to help. We have seen food lines in small towns and large cities all over the country.

Following Thanksgiving, many food banks are now reporting low food supplies. As a team we are coming together to give non-perishable food donations. Additionally, we are giving financially to food banks and pantries in various local communities.

Please join us by giving what you can.

We have started a list of local food banks and pantries that would help you in your search for where there is urgent need. Together we can keep them stocked and families fed, as we continue to make a difference in our communities

Beyonce Wins at the 2020 Soul Train Awards

Klaudia//November 30, 2020
The 2020 Soul Train Awards aired last night, celebrating the best in soul, R&B and hip hop. Beyonce was nominated in six categories and took home one trophy - Video of the Year for "Brown Skin Girl". Congrats!

Video of the Year:
Beyoncé, Blue Ivy, Saint JHN & Wizkid – “Brown Skin Girl” (Winner)
Chloe X Halle – “Do It”
Chris Brown – “Go Crazy” Feat. Young Thug
H.E.R. – “Slide” Feat. YG
Lizzo – “Good As Hell”
Skip Marley & H.E.R. – “Slow Down”

Beyoncé's 'Black Is King' - Behind the Visuals With DP Santiago Gonzalez

Klaudia//November 25, 2020
Beyoncé’s “Black Is King” earned nine Grammy nominations Tuesday, including song of the year and record of the year. The singer, who led the nominations, also received a nomination for Best Music Film. It was the fourth time she has been nominated in that category after winning for Netflix’s “Homecoming” and getting nominations for “Lemonade” and “Beyoncé & JAY-Z: On the Run Tour.”

“Black Is King,” now streaming on Disney Plus, was executive produced by Beyoncé as a visual companion to her 2019 release, “The Lion King: The Gift.”

Cinematographer Santiago Gonzalez talked with Variety about how the visuals for the Grammy-nominated music film came together and collaborating with Beyoncé.

What conversations did you have with Beyoncé regarding the visuals for “Black is King?”

The project evolved as we shot. Most of the conversations about the look of the different sections I shot were discussed more with each specific director. I was in a lot of prep meetings with Beyoncé but those were after she and the director had landed on a general look and feel for the section. These meetings would be logistical and world-building and at times I would present to her my ideas for the lighting so we could get more granular about what was needed for each day.

Beyoncé leads Grammy nominations with 9

Klaudia//November 24, 2020
Beyoncé is the one to beat at the 63rd Grammy Awards, snagging an eye-popping nine nominations.

The Recording Academy unveiled this year's nominees Tuesday via livestream.

The singer is up for record of the year for "Black Parade" as well as "Savage," her collaboration with Megan Thee Stallion. "Black Parade" also got a nod in the song of the year category. And "Brown Skin Girl" is a contender for best music video.

Beyoncé, who now has a lifetime 79 nominations and 24 wins, is the most-nominated female artist in Grammy history. She's tied with Paul McCartney for the second most-nominated artist of all time, trailing only her husband, Jay-Z (who received three nominations this year), and Quincy Jones – both with 80 career nominations.

If she takes home four gilded gramophones at the 2021 awards show in January, she'll become the female artist with the most Grammy wins. Eight trophies and she'll make history as the performer with the most Grammy wins of all time.

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the Grammys are moving ahead on an in-person ceremony Jan. 31 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The event will be broadcast on CBS and hosted by Trevor Noah of "The Daily Show."

See all of Beyoncé's nominations below.

Beyonce.com: Central America Hurricane Impact

Klaudia//November 21, 2020
We are continuing efforts to help those impacted by Hurricane Iota and Hurricane Eta, two of the strongest hurricanes to ever strike Central America, has resulted in a humanitarian crisis. The situation is worsening with critical humanitarian needs for over 646,000 people, including 372,000 children, hit repeatedly by deadly floods and landslides in Honduras, Nicaragua, Guatemala and Belize.

With millions affected by the hurricanes, the need for organized aid and relief is higher than ever. Here are organizations you can support that are providing help to those in need.

Mathew 25: Ministries
UNICEF

Beyoncé Nominated in 6 Categories at 2020 Soul Train Awards

Klaudia//November 11, 2020
Beyoncé is nominated in six categories for the 2020 Soul Train Awards presented by BET, which will air Sunday, Nov. 29. The annual telecast recognizes the best in soul, R&B and hip-hop across 12 categories.

Song of the Year:
Beyoncé – “Black Parade”
Chloe X Halle – “Do It”
Chris Brown & Young Thug – “Go Crazy”
H.E.R. Feat. YG – “Slide”
Summer Walker & Usher – “Come Thru”
Usher Feat. Ella Mai – “Don’t Waste My Time”

Video of the Year:
Beyoncé, Blue Ivy, Saint JHN & Wizkid – “Brown Skin Girl”
Chloe X Halle – “Do It”
Chris Brown – “Go Crazy” Feat. Young Thug
H.E.R. – “Slide” Feat. YG
Lizzo – “Good As Hell”
Skip Marley & H.E.R. – “Slow Down”

Beyoncé and Peloton Team Up for Unprecedented Partnership

Klaudia//November 10, 2020
Peloton, the world's leading interactive fitness platform, and GRAMMY® Award-winning global entertainer and entrepreneur, Beyoncé, today announced a broad, multi-year partnership rooted in the celebration of music -- a central component of the Peloton class experience -- and pro-social initiatives.

The launch of the collaboration with Beyoncé, the most requested artist by Peloton's global community of more than 3.6 million members, is commemorating Homecoming season, an annual fall celebration for students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) that honors tradition and legacy. While most of this year's Homecoming festivities shifted to virtual celebrations due to the global pandemic, Beyoncé and Peloton worked closely to create a series of themed workout experiences to help extend Homecoming to Peloton members via classes across multiple fitness categories, including indoor cycling, running, strength, bootcamp, yoga and meditation.

The two are also gifting two-year Peloton Digital memberships to students at 10 HBCUs, providing access to a full library of fitness classes through the Peloton App that can be used with or without equipment. The digital memberships will go to students at Bennett College, Clark Atlanta University, Grambling State University, Hampton University, Howard University, Morehouse College and Morehouse School of Medicine, Spelman College, Texas Southern University, and Wilberforce University, by the end of November. Additionally, Peloton will build on its relationships with each of these schools to pursue long-term recruiting partnerships at both the internship and undergraduate levels.

"Peloton and I both believe that the power of music can help uplift, motivate and inspire those on their fitness journeys," said Beyoncé. "I've been a Peloton member for several years, and I'm excited to partner with a company that helps people, young and old, be the best versions of themselves, in an innovative and adaptable way. I'm proud to celebrate the students at HBCUs with this donation, to encourage them to find and embrace their own wellness regimens."