when’s the last time beyonce put out a shitty music video? it’s been a while, huh? “party” not only continues the streak, but it also incorporates kelly rowland, solange, j. cole and plenty of good times.
seems queen b is pulling a natalie portman, that is, turning their productivity to 11 before pregnancy swells their ankles and knocks them off their feet.
just weeks after the hypnotizing “countdown,” beyonce debuts her new video for the early 90’s throwback “love on top,” seamlessly integrating bey into choreography heavy all-male groups. flashes of new edition’s “if it isn’t love” sure do come to mind.
beyonce’s so endearing these days, huh?
queen b in the building. awesome video, great song…for now. can’t wait to hear it at every wedding for the rest of my life.
beyonce floated her way onto fallon’s show last night plowing through her spectacular ‘too bad, so sad’ anthem “best thing i never had” with the late night house band, the roots backing her up with some extra groove.
4 is out now.
i’m just glad we have beyonce making music in a world with keshas and katy perrys. and sweet jesus, watch the video.
and the song that everyone’s been waiting on from bey’s latest effort hits the web in no time flat. beat’s pretty nice, and is courtesy of kanye west (who provides a few adlibs) and consequence – and i’m assuming this is before their apparent split. more importantly, we have an andre benjamin form – and not the andre benjamin on the “deuces remix” either. folks, this is the verse you’ve been wanting from him for a loooong time.
beyonce – party [f. andre 3000; produced by kanye west + consequence]