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Michelle Williams shared several never-before-heard recordings of her past "group chats" with Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland on Wednesday to celebrate the recent release of her new book Checking In, which documented her personal mental health journey.
True to the memoir's title, each audio clip featured Williams, 41, "checking in" on her bandmates as they discussed their lives.
"Look who checked in yesterday with me!! The only time we'll let y'all eavesdrop on our group chats!! 😂," Williams captioned one clip, in which the author told Beyoncé, 39, and Rowland, 40, that she "just wanted to check in and see what's going on."
"Oh, we love and miss you so much," Beyoncé replied in the recording. "We're so proud of you, Mimi! You are so inspirational for both of us — and we just love watching you become exactly who you are and the world see your impact, wisdom and beautiful advice."
A seven episode mini-series special to commemorate the prolific Beyoncé project that took the internet (and Bey-hive) by storm: Black is King premiered last week on Spotify.
Dissect is a serialized music podcast hosted by creator Cole Cuchna available exclusively on Spotify. The podcast series takes an academic approach to analyzing iconic albums that has had an undeniable influence on music and hip-hop culture.
In this surprise drop, Cole is joined by special guest co-host, Dr. Titi Shodiya (Dope Labs) to dive into an in-depth exploration of the lyrical metaphors, historical anecdotes and nods to African spirituality embedded all throughout the project. The series breaks down BIK’s commentary on White supremacy proliferated through Western religion; spoken word poems like Joshua Abah’s “Uncle Sam” featured in the project, and its uncanny parallels to featured rappers’ work like Kendrick Lamar’s “Wesley’s Theory”; and the story of how one Black female artist’s stolen and appropriated work led to the smash hit, “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” while becoming the key reason behind Beyoncé creating Black Is King.
In the final bonus epiosde Cole and Titi talk to co-director Kwasi Fordjour, stylist Zerina Akers, and music director Derek Dixie about their work on the film.
Beyonce released a deluxe edition of "The Lion King: The Gift" featuring "Black Parade" and its extended version, as well as a new remix of "Find Your Way Back"! Available now on all streaming platforms.
Beyoncé surprise-dropped a new song, “Black Parade,” at the tail end of the Juneteenth holiday, which marks the freedom of enslaved Black people in the US. An extended version of the song was released alongside the original version as a Tidal exclusive.
Beyoncé broke the internet on Wednesday by teaming up with fellow Houston native Megan Thee Stallion for a remix of "Savage," the rapper's single that went viral on TikTok with nearly 19 million users participating in the "classy, bougie, ratchet" dance challenge.
Queen Bey brings her all-empowered heat in her three verses, paying homage to the song's TikTok fame ("Hips tik tok when I dance); her mother, Tina Lawson ("And my momma was a savage, think I got this… from Tina") and the Texas bombshell's hometown ("H-Town, goin' down").
"I’m literally crying," Megan Thee Stallion wrote on Instagram Wednesday. "Being from HOUSTON MF TEXAS this (expletive) means EVERYTHING to me !!!! SAVAGE REMIX FT THE QUEEN @BEYONCE OUT NOW!"
Both Beyoncé and Megan Thee Stallion are donating proceeds from the "Savage" remix to the Bread of Life, a disaster relief organization working to provide meals to Houston families amid the coronavirus pandemic.
In October, Mathew Knowles announced the release of a compilation album featuring unreleased music of Destiny's Child’s first incarnate, Girl's Tyme. The 15-track set was released today and accompanied by the book, ‘Destiny’s Child: The Untold Story.’ Listen to the album below and order the book here!
It’s here! Beyoncé’s companion soundtrack to the new live-action Lion King has finally dropped. The soundtrack weaves the voices of Mufasa et al. in with the melodies and polyrhythms of Africa. An extended mix of “MOOD 4 EVA” by Bey, Jay-Z, and Childish Gambino is available exclusively through Tidal. The rest of the album is streaming everywhere. Listen below!
Ahead of Disney's 2019 live adaption of The Lion King hitting theaters on July 19, Disney Music has released the original motion picture soundtrack.
The soundtrack consists not only of Beyoncé's "Spirit" — an original single that will appear on her own album The Lion King: The Gift, which will accompany the film's release — but also the 2019 rendition of "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" featuring vocals by Queen Bey, Donald Glover, Billy Eichner and Seth Rogen. (In the film, Glover voices the title role of Simba, and Beyoncé, of course, voices Nala. Eichner and Rogen each play Timon and Pumbaa, respectively.)
The Lion King 2019 soundtrack is currently streaming on Spotify and Apple Music. Physical editions of the release will be available on July 19.
Listen to "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" and the entire soundtrack below.
Three years after its release, Beyonce’s Lemonade album has been added to streaming services, including Spotify and Apple Music. Previously, in order to hear the album or watch the accompanying film fans had to be subscribers to TIDAL, the music service co-owned by Beyonce and Jay-Z.
The streaming version of the 13-track, Grammy-winning album includes an original demo version of “Sorry.” Lemonade, which dropped exactly three years ago, features guest appearances by The Weeknd, James Blake and Kendrick Lamar.
Nicki Minaj appeared on SiriusXM Shade 45 to promote her new album Queen where she revealed her favorite compliment from longtime friend and collaborator Beyoncé.
Minaj recalled Bey's reaction to her 2014 VMA performance of "Bang Bang" with Ariana Grande and Jessie J, where her outfit change didn't go exactly as planned and resulted in an epic wardrobe malfunction. "One time she did say, which I thought was a really sweet compliment, she said that when I was almost on national TV with my boobs out on an award show because I couldn’t zip my dress up in time, she was like, ‘Oh my God I have so much respect for that, for the way you handled that. That was so professional. You didn’t miss your cue! You went out there with that dress the way it was…You were on that stage when your first line came on. You did what you had to do!’”
After the performance, Minaj was pretty embarrassed but found solace in Beyoncé's encouraging words. “I was very proud to get a compliment like that from her because I was devastated and humiliated to be on stage with half of my torso out zipping up a dress on a live award show.”
DJ Khaled's new single "Top Off" has arrived. The track features guests Beyoncé, JAY-Z, and Future, and will appear on the producer's eleventh studio album, Father of Asahd. Buy the song on iTunes or listen below!