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Beyoncé's Beauty Brand to Include Fragrances

Klaudia//May 19, 2023
Beauty has a new megawatt entrant — Beyoncé.

The winner of 32 Grammys took to Instagram Tuesday night to announce her latest venture, which appears to be a hair care brand.

Sources tell WWD that the brand is helmed by Beyoncé’s mother, Tina Knowles-Lawson, and is also developing fragrances. The brand’s name and launch timing could not be learned. A spokesperson for Beyoncé did not return a request for comment by press time.

Though many celebrities have entered beauty in recent years, sources are bullish on Beyoncé’s business prospects. “I mean, she is the biggest, and her mom had a salon. It will be authentic. It’s going to be huge if she has science behind it,” one source said. “They’re laying the foundation, they’re building up the hype. It’s getting more press than God and who even knows when it’s coming out.”

Fans Spot Beyoncé Renaissance Tour Easter Egg

Klaudia//May 16, 2023
The Renaissance World Tour may have given fans a super subtle but potentially major clue about something happening during one of the shows. A cybertronic interlude that plays during one of Bey’s costume changes in the show, the so-called “Motherboard” video, flashes strobe-y images of Beyoncé as the queen of cyberspace.

Eagle-eyed fans noticed that the numbers repeating most often in the clip were the exact latitude and longitude of Paris, France. The clip also seemed to show a countdown to 6 a.m. — 6 a.m. Paris time would equate to midnight ET. The theory? That Beyoncé is planning to drop her Renaissance visuals at midnight on May 26, during her concert in Paris.

There are a lot more reasons to believe this theory than just the flashing numbers, mostly due to how deeply the album is connected to Paris. “Renaissance” itself is a French word, and a historical period that revolved around cultural milestones in Paris. The city is also name-checked in the 1990 documentary Paris Is Burning, which is considered seminal in capturing the underground ballroom culture that heavily inspired the sound of the Renaissance album.

A French journalist, Louis Pisano, also keeps teasing that something special will be happening during the show on his Twitter.

Let's wait and see what the surprise is!

Beyoncé teases new hair-care venture on Instagram

Klaudia//May 16, 2023
Singer, actress and fashion icon Beyoncé hints she’s adding a new title to her resume: hair-care brand founder.

The singer, who is in the middle of her Renaissance World Tour, announced on Instagram on Tuesday that she is foraying into the world of hair care. “How many of y’all knew my first job was sweeping hair in mama’s salon?” she wrote in her announcement.

While the specifics of the new venture are currently unclear, what we do know is that the business will be rooted in hair care.

Her caption continued, “Destiny’s Child got our start by performing for clients while they were getting their hair done. I was exposed to so many different kinds of entrepreneurial women in salon. I saw firsthand how the ways we nurture and celebrate hair can directly impact our souls. I watched her heal and be of service to so many women. Having learned so much on my hair journey, I’ve always dreamed of carrying on her legacy. I can’t wait for you to experience what I’ve been creating.”

Tiffany & Co. Is the Official Jeweler for Beyoncé's Renaissance World Tour

Klaudia//May 14, 2023
Every queen should have her diamonds, and Queen Bey is no different.

Tiffany & Co. has announced that the company is the official jeweler for Beyoncé’s Renaissance tour. The American jeweler is providing custom creations and designs for her performances.

Specifically, the brand has provided the singer an earpiece containing 4.5 carats of white diamonds; she wore it at her first concert in Stockholm, Sweden, and she’ll wear the piece throughout her 57-show tour. In addition to custom designs, Beyoncé will also wear pieces from the company’s Tiffany HardWear collection and Elsa Peretti line.

Adidas CEO comments on Ivy Park partnership

Klaudia//May 6, 2023
At a quarterly results press conference, Adidas chief executive officer Bjorn Gulden addressed speculation that the brand’s relationship with musical superstar Beyoncé, who collaborates on the Ivy Park sportswear collection, had ended. There’s no final decision on this, he said, and in fact, there are two more Ivy Park releases to come this year, one in May, to coincide with the singer’s next concert tour, and another drop in September.

Beyond that, “there’s nothing else to communicate…until there’s a decision,” Gulden stated.

Beyoncé's Family Visits Gröna Lund Amusement Park

Klaudia//May 5, 2023
Beyoncé premieres her world tour in Stockholm next week.

On Friday afternoon, part of her family had fun with both rides and games at Gröna Lund.

- They tried a few different things and seem to have had fun, says Annika Troselius, head of information at Gröna Lund.

Several members of the family spent a couple of hours in the amusement park on Friday before it opened to the public.

- They were here privately and had fun like everyone else, says Annika Troselius who was with them inside the park.

- The family went on rides, played games and ate cotton candy, like regular guests.

Troselius does not want to say which members of the family were there. She also cannot confirm whether Beyoncé herself was there or not.

BeyGOOD Celebrates A Decade Of Good Along The Renaissance World Tour

Klaudia//April 21, 2023
BeyGOOD, the initiative founded by global cultural icon, Beyoncé, in 2013, to support people and programs around the world, is now BeyGOOD Foundation, a 501(c)(3) public charity.

The entertainer, who made history recently as the artist with the most Grammy wins, founded the former initiative to make a difference in communities along the 2013/2014 Mrs. Carter World Tour. Ten years later, BeyGOOD has focused on a wide range of issues including education, disaster relief, food, water and housing scarcity, mental health, and career development in the United States, Africa, Europe, South America, and the Caribbean.

With the global public health crisis in 2020, the uncertainty of many small businesses and the growing need for economic support in communities, Beyoncé established the Black Parade Route to highlight and support Black-owned small businesses in the US and abroad. More than 900 small businesses were provided with grants and/or highlighted on socials.

"I am hugely proud of the work we have done over a decade at BeyGOOD, here in the US and around the world," said BeyGOOD founder, Beyoncé. "From scholarships to the water crisis in Burundi, to helping families during Hurricane Harvey in my hometown, Houston, it has been beyond fulfilling to be of service. Now as a foundation, we will continue the work of engaging partners through innovative programs to impact even more people."

BeyGOOD Foundation Black Parade Route Small Business Grant Application

Klaudia//April 20, 2023
BeyGOOD Foundation, in partnership with the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC), is proud to announce the next phase in the Black Parade Route to support entrepreneurs through highly anticipated Black Parade Route luncheons.

To celebrate people, communities, and small businesses impacted by economic inequities worldwide, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter has committed $1M:
  • 10+ cities around the globe (Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, New Orleans, New York, London, and two additional international cities to be named).
  • 100 Black Entrepreneurs will be selected in each city to attend the Black Parade Route Luncheons.
  • 1,000 Small Businesses provided with grant opportunities and/or business sustainability support services.
  • $100,000 In grants provided per city for small business relief.
The goal is to celebrate small business owners with relief grant opportunities and valued business support services offered by global partners to aid in business sustainability.

We invite you to submit an application clearly stating your business need and how a grant would help your business.

Apply here!

Beyoncé Named One of the World's Most Influential People by TIME

Klaudia//April 18, 2023
Beyoncé is that girl. The music icon is named one of TIME’s 100 Most Influential People of 2023. She is featured in the Titans section, joining notables including Angela Bassett, Gina Prince-Bythewood, Lauren Powell Jobs, and Lionel Messi.

House producer/DJ Honey Dijon, who collaborated with Beyoncé for one of four “Break My Soul” remixes, wrote her tribute.

“In 2003, Beyoncé performed her hit single ‘Crazy in Love’ for the BET Awards. Her performance embodied the legacy and culture of Black artists from Josephine Baker to Tina Turner, James Brown, and Prince. The way she commanded the stage and led her band was transcendent. That performance secured her place in the pantheon as one of the greatest Black female artists of our time,” Dijon wrote.

“After being approached to work on her 2022 album Renaissance, I realized very quickly that I was contributing to yet another historic moment—not only for dance music, but also as a celebration of the foundations of Black music. From R&B to house, gospel to techno, hip-hop to vogue, Beyoncé wove a tapestry of music on Renaissance that celebrated all facets of Black music, including the immense contributions of the Black gay and queer community. Then she became the most-decorated Grammy winner ever. Beyoncé’s fearlessness, talent, beauty, and artistry will continue to influence and inspire Black female artists for millennia.”

Beyonce renting Europe's largest indoor arena to rehearse world tour

Klaudia//April 17, 2023
Rehearsals for Beyonce’s upcoming world tour are well under way - and the star is pulling out all the stops to ensure her performance will be ‘groundbreaking’.

The Renaissance World Tour will be 41-year-old Bey’s first solo world tour since her 2016 Formation World Tour and is due to kick off next month in Stockholm.

She will take in dates across Europe, the UK, and North America - seeing her performing through to the end of September.

And while tickets have controversially cost thousands for fans to snap up, it seems no expense is being spared in preparation for the live dates.

According to The Sun, Bey is currently hard at work in France perfecting her dance moves and set manoeuvres.

The Halo singer has booked out the La Defense Arena in Paris to use as her practice ground - with the stadium twice the size of London’s O2 arena and capable of seating 40,000 fans.

'Cuff It' Becomes Beyonce's Longest-Charting Solo Hot 100 Hit

Klaudia//April 17, 2023
Beyoncé banks a new milestone on the Billboard Hot 100, as “Cuff It” becomes the longest-charting hit on the survey of her solo career. The song adds a 34th week on the Hot 100, ranking, fittingly, at No. 34 on the April 15-dated chart, and surpasses the 33 weeks that “Telephone” with Lady Gaga logged in 2009-10.

“Cuff It” was released on Beyoncé’s album Renaissance, which launched as her seventh No. 1 on the Billboard 200 last August. The set’s lead single, “Break My Soul,” became her eighth Hot 100 No. 1 the same week, while “Cuff It” reached No. 6 this February. The latter song became her 21st top 10 as a soloist, while Renaissance became her first album with multiple top 10s since I Am…Sasha Fierce in 2008-09.

Here’s a look at Beyoncé’s longest-charting Hot 100 hits:

Weeks on Hot 100, Title, Peak Pos./Year:
34, “Cuff It,” No. 6, 2023
33, “Telephone,” Lady Gaga feat. Beyoncé, No. 3, 2010
31, “Halo,” No. 5, 2009
30, “Irreplaceable,” No. 1 (10 weeks), 2007-07
29, “Sweet Dreams,” No. 10, 2009
29, “Baby Boy,” feat. Sean Paul, No. 1 (nine weeks), 2003
28, “Check On It,” feat. Slim Thug, No. 1 (five weeks), 2006
27, “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It),” No. 1 (four weeks), 2008-09
27, “Crazy in Love,” feat. Jay-Z, No. 1 (eight weeks), 2003
24, “Me, Myself and I,” No. 4, 2004

Beyoncé, Balmain Collaborate to Create Couture Outfits Inspired by 'Renaissance'

Klaudia//March 24, 2023
Beyoncé has a new collaborator: French luxury fashion house Balmain.

The singer, who appears on the April cover of Vogue France, announced on Friday that she has co-created a Balmain haute couture collection with Olivier Rousteing, Balmain’s creative director.

Renaissance Couture by Beyoncé x Balmain includes 16 couture outfits dedicated to the 16 songs on Beyoncé’s Grammy-winning Renaissance album.

“Thank you @olivier_rousteing and @balmain for bringing RENAISSANCE to life in couture,” Beyoncé wrote on Instagram. “Designing alongside you was freeing — thank you for allowing me to celebrate the human form, to take artistic risks, to push boundaries and to freely express myself.”

“To the @voguefrance team, thank you for trusting in our vision and sharing it with the world,” she added.


Beyoncé, Adidas Mutually Agree to Part Ways

Klaudia//March 24, 2023
Beyoncé and Adidas are breaking up.

A source close to the situation tells The Hollywood Reporter that the Grammy-winning entrepreneur and the German lifestyle brand have mutually agreed to part ways.

In 2018, Beyoncé entered a creative partnership with Adidas, where she relaunched her Ivy Park activewear line and also developed new footwear and apparel for the brand.

But there has apparently been major creative differences between Ivy Park and Adidas, and Beyoncé is excitedly looking to reclaim her brand, chart her own path and maintain creative freedom.

Beyoncé Wins at the 2023 NAACP Image Awards

Klaudia//February 21, 2023
The 2023 NAACP Image Awards is announcing winners in several non-televised categories via streaming presentations all week long leading up to the live ceremony.

On Monday night, Beyoncé took home the most awards, including outstanding female artist, outstanding soul/R&B song for “Cuff It” and outstanding album for Renaissance.

Congratulations!

Beyoncé Among 2023 Nominees for Rhythm & Blues Hall of Fame

Klaudia//February 18, 2023
Beyoncé, Berry Gordy, Clive Davis, Anita Baker and George Clinton are among 60 nominees for the National Rhythm & Blues Hall of Fame Class of 2023.

More than 230 artists and others have been inducted since 2013. The roster includes James Brown, Prince, B.B. King, The Temptations, Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley, Aretha Franklin, Jackie Wilson and Whitney Houston.

Fans may vote now at rbhofvote.com. Voting is set to run through April 24. This year’s inductees will be announced at a press conference on May 1.

'Cuff It' Peaks At No. 6 on Billboard Hot 100

Klaudia//February 18, 2023
Beyoncé’s “Cuff It” charges 15-6 for a new Billboard Hot 100 high, besting its prior No. 10 peak. It tallied 55.8 million in airplay audience (up less than 1%), 9.4 million streams (up 37%) and 78,000 sold (up 4,026%, good for the chart’s top Sales Gainer nod), fueled by a range of remixes released during the tracking week, joining its previously available original clean and explicit versions: its “Wetter” remix (clean and explicit) was put up for purchase on Beyoncé’s official webstore Feb. 3, followed by its a cappella (clean and explicit) and instrumental versions (Feb. 5), with all mixes released wide on streaming services and digital retailers by Feb. 8. The track becomes her 10th No. 1 on the Digital Song Sales chart, where it blasts 44-1 (surpassing its prior No. 4 high).

Beyonce Announces 3 More US Dates for The Renaissance World Tour

Klaudia//February 12, 2023
To help as many concertgoers get tickets as possible for Renaissance World Tour, the tour is adding new shows in Atlanta (8/14); Las Vegas (8/27); and Inglewood, CA (9/4).

Unique access codes will be sent to Verified Fans who were previously waitlisted and did not receive a code for these cities during the BeyHive and Citi Verified Fan Presales, and Verified Fan Onsale as determined by a lottery-style selection.

Demand is still expected to exceed supply. Please remember, receiving a code doesn't guarantee tickets.