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BEAT Magazine: Photoshoot & Interview

Klaudia//October 20, 2015
BEAT magazine released more photos from the photoshoot for their Winter issue, as well as some tidbits from the interview. Get a copy of the magazine here.


Here she is talking about success and fear:

"What does fear taste like?
Success. I have accomplished nothing without a little taste of fear in my mouth."

Just as importantly, here she is chatting about which Beyoncé era she’d go dressed as for Halloween:

"Destiny’s Child Survivor era with the army fatigues. Or maybe Bootylicious with the gold tooth and pink tips in my hair."

This is what she sings in the shower:

"Holy Ghost by Kim Burrell"

Beyonce is the cover of Beat issue #16

Klaudia//October 15, 2015
Beyoncé.

BEYONCÉ.

BEY-ON-CÉ.

YONCÉ.

B.


You know those times in your life where you think, ‘Blimey, imagine if blah blah blah happened’ and then you laugh at yourself because actually ‘blah blah blah’ is a pipe dream. People will tell you ‘blah blah blah’ is never going to happen because it’s such an outlandish idea. But still, it niggles away at you because while the world keeps turning and maybe you’ve somehow earned good karma or some shit, ‘blah blah blah’ could still happen. In theory at least.

Well theory be damned because BEAT magazine – this free music paper that started out as a fanzine in a window-less basement in east London – has made one of its ’blah blah blahs’ happen.

Ladies and gentleman. Pray silence and please be upstanding for the actual BEYONCÉ on the cover of the new issue of BEAT.

Beyoncé writes a letter about Global Citizen partnership

Klaudia//September 29, 2015
On Saturday, Gucci and Chime for Change partnered with the Global Citizen Festival, a free-ticketed concert on the Great Lawn in NYC’s Central Park to support goals to end extreme poverty by 2030. Pearl Jam, Beyoncé, Ed Sheeran and Coldplay were among the performers for the concert hosted by Salma Hayek Pinault, Deborra-Lee Furness and Hugh Jackman, Kerry Washington, and Olivia Wilde. Attended by 60,000, with support from leaders from 13 countries, the concert aimed to raise awareness in tackling climate change, and supporting girls’ and women’s equality around the world. Chime for Change co-founders Salma Hayek Pinault and Beyoncé Knowles Carter penned a letter about the campaign’s new partnership with Global Citizen.

Dear Global Citizens,

In 2013, we joined with Gucci to launch CHIME FOR CHANGE, a global campaign to convene, unite and strengthen the voices speaking out for girls and women around the world. Nearly three years later, the power and passion of the CHIME FOR CHANGE community continues to inspire us, from corporate leaders and foundations, to non-profit organizations working on the ground, to individuals lending their voices and support.

Now, in 2015, Gucci and CHIME FOR CHANGE are joining Global Citizen to help create a world where gender equality exists. A world where every girl has the right to go to school, every woman has access to health care, and all girls and women are protected and given the opportunity to thrive. Together, we are creating our future. Now is the time for change.

Remember, none of us can move forward if half of us are held back.

Now let’s MAKE SOME NOISE for gender equality!

Sincerely,
Salma Hayek Pinault and Beyoncé Knowles Carter