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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."
We're so glad to share with you this inaugural quarterly newsletter. There's so much taking place in the world right now, it is important that good news becomes part of the narrative. We are living through a pandemic that has taken so many of our loved ones, drawing us to a communal grief. We came together and spoke out against injustices, facing the truth to change systemic racism. We are innovative and powerful, celebrating music, art and creativity. Through it all we are working on changing the world and making it better – and THAT's GOOD NEWS!
In 2013 the Philanthropic arm of Parkwood Entertainment was launched to inspire people everywhere to be kind, to be generous and to be GOOD. It seemed simple then – which was our intent to make BEING GOOD easy, as such something everyone could do. So, we set out on the Mrs. Carter World Tour with an idea, a few #BeyGOOD branded t-shirts and the single hope to make real lasting impact. To our surprise and delight, the simple message quickly became a global movement. And eight years later, we've met some of the bravest souls, kind hearts and absolutely brilliant minds, with some of the most fascinating stories, far too inspiring NOT to share.
We've curated this space for you to journey with us to the many places visited and for you to meet some of the faces of change, hope, inspiration and social impact. From St. Damien's Pediatric Hospital in Haiti to the Global Citizen stage in Hamburg, Germany and Johannesburg, South Africa, Hurricane Harvey survivors in Houston, Texas to young warriors battling physical illnesses and defying the odds. BeyGOOD was present at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland, then on to Brazil, Australia, London and showing support for 900 plus small businesses here in the US, along with mental health support, both as a response to the deficiencies caused by the pandemic.
MTV announced the nominations for the 2021 MTV Movie & TV Awards on Friday, with "Brown Skin Girl" up for one award:
Best Musical Moment (Presented by Sonic Drive In) Black Is King, “Brown Skin Girl”
The Kissing Booth 2, "Lost in the Wild" (Elle & Marco's Dance Competition Performance)
Love & Monsters, "Stand by Me" (Mav1s & Joel watch the Sky Jellies)
To All The Boys: Always and Forever, "Beginning Middle End" (Peter & Lara Jean's Song)
Bridgerton, "Wildest Dreams" (Daphne & Simon's Honeymoon Phase)
Cobra Kai, "I Wanna Rock" (Miguel & Johnny at a Dee Snider Concert)
Julie and the Phantoms, "Edge of Great"
WandaVision, "Agatha All Along”
Fan voting for best musical moment will open May 11 on MTV’s Instagram Stories and close May 14. The award will be presented live from the Palladium in Los Angeles on Sunday, May 16, at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
Today, the Black American Music Association (BAMA) and Georgia Entertainment Caucus (GEC) announced the names of the twelve inaugural inductees for the new Atlanta landmark, The Black Music & Entertainment Walk of Fame.
Amongst the honorees are Beyoncé (Mainstream Female), Usher (Mainstream Male), Missy Elliot (Hip Hop Female), Outkast (Hip Hop Male), Michael Jackson (Legacy Artists), Sean Love Combs (Mainstream Mogul), Shirley Caesar (Gospel Female), and Kirk Franklin (Gospel Male).
The Black Music & Entertainment Walk of Fame was announced back in February along with its chosen foundational inductees, Quincy Jones, James Brown, Stevie Wonder, and Otis Redding, and was designed “to honor iconic individuals and organizations that have impacted Black culture and community alongside those who continue to lead us into the future,” in time for Black Music Month in June.
It’s being installed in the historic downtown Atlanta area on the sidewalks of Martin Luther King Jr. and Northside and will be unveiled at a formal induction ceremony on June 17.
“Our first round of inductees includes many of my colleagues, and I am excited to celebrate their vast contributions to the preservation of Black Music and Entertainment,” stated one of GEC’s founders, Catherine Brewton. “The BMEWOF crown jewel of excellence emblems— designed by renowned artist D.L. Warfield and created in collaboration with sculptor and historian Ed Dwight—will be housed in front of the Mercedes Benz Dome, one of Atlanta’s most historic landmarks.”
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.