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Promotion for the new adidas x IVY PARK "FLEX PARK" collection started a while ago and, as usual, celebrities have been receiving boxes with clothes, a popup was set up at Houston & Lafayette Street in SOHO, where fans can win pieces from the collection, and the "HOW DO YOU FLEX?" slogan was carved on the Huntington Beach.
The Black Music and Entertainment Walk of Fame—a new endeavor started by the Georgia Entertainment Caucus and the Black American Music Association—inducted its first honorees with plaques displayed outside Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. Beyoncé, OutKast, Missy Elliott, James Brown, Stevie Wonder, Otis Redding, Quincy Jones, Michael Jackson, Sean Combs, Usher, Shirley Caesar, and Kirk Franklin are members of the inaugural class.
A few artists were on hand at yesterday’s ceremony at the stadium. Beyoncé’s induction was accepted by Michael Mauldin, former president of Columbia Records.
If anyone is going to have a firm grasp on Beyoncé's next creative offering, it's going to be her mother, Tina Knowles-Lawson.
During her appearance Sunday at the Billboard Music Awards, where she presented Trae the Truth with the Change Maker Award, Knowles-Lawson revealed in a backstage interview that daughters Beyoncé and Solange both have new projects up their sleeves.
"My daughter is busy working on something exciting as usual," said Knowles-Lawson in the interview. "Both of my daughters are—all three of my daughters."
Knowles-Lawson also expressed how grateful she was for the extra time spent with her grandchildren—including Blue Ivy, Sir, and Rumi Carter—during quarantine.
"I've been able to spend so much time with my grandchildren," said Knowles-Lawson. "I'm so spoiled because I see them almost every day. That's been a great thing about this."
Ex-rivals Jay-Z and Nas collaborating on the same track wasn’t the only surprise that DJ Khaled’s new song, ‘SORRY NOT SORRY,’ brought. If you listen closely, Beyoncé is also on the track!
Hey to you too, Beyoncé! Her husband Jay-Z, 51, made a surprise move by linking up with his former rival Nas, 47, to rap on DJ Khaled‘s new track “SORRY NOT SORRY,” which was track No. 10 on his star-studded project Khaled Khaled that came out on April 30. But their unlikely partnership wasn’t the only surprise on the song: Beyoncé sings one word — “Hey” — after Jay-Z raps, “Sorry, that’s another B / Haters still ain’t recover from the other B, mm / That’s a double B, now that’s a treble B / Can’t forget ’bout the other B.” We see what the power couple did there.
But Beyoncé does more than say “hey.” She also lends her beautiful vocals to harmonize on “SORRY NOT SORRY,” which solves the mystery as to who Harmonies by The Hive is (one of the featured artists on the song, along with James Fauntleroy). While Beyoncé didn’t appear in the song’s accompanying music video, the video does address her surprising cameo: once she sings “Hey,” Jay-Z looks behind his shoulder.